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Preppy Personals Review

Are you looking for that perfect item to hang up and complete your nursery? Or maybe you need a oneof-a-kind baby gift for a close friend. Well, I’ve found the perfect gift. Meet Preppy Personals.

Preppy Personals is a Boston-based stationery and gift company. Like the name indicates, they love all things preppy and they like those things personalized. Their most popular item is their “On the Day You Were Born” plaques. These include all the information about the day your sweetie was born. Mine has CJ’s full name, height, weight, date, time, and location of birth. It even has “CJ” hidden in the footprint which I thought was really cute. She also looked up and found that he was born on a Thursday. CJ’s room has a nautical theme, so I had a ton of choices. Preppy Personals has whales, lobsters, anchors, and sailboats. They also have cupcakes, princesses, initials, etc. They even say that if you give them an idea of what you’d like, they can probably find it. To see all of their choices, like them on Facebook. I selected the anchor and the “Ahoy, it’s a boy!” quote. You also get to select the frame color, either espresso or white. I selected the espresso frame, and it is gorgeous. The frame and matting are high quality and will last forever.

Preppy Personals also makes personalized notecards, wedding proposal plaques, and personalized name plaques. All of their stuff is really cute and incredibly preppy. All prints are available in either 5x7in or 8x11in. With the frame, my plaque is almost 13x15in and completely gorgeous. I decided I didn’t even want it in CJ’s room and instead have it hanging on the living room wall.

Where can you find Preppy Personals? Contact them for a list of retailers near you and  they are also on Etsy!

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Lindsey Aylward

Lindsey currently lives on the MA/NH border with her husband, son, and dog. She enjoys crafting, reading, and way too much television for her own good. She blogs at

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