I was at Monag booth at the recent ISS Atlanta tradeshow. This was the first time I really got to feel and see the monag brand of blanks.I would try monag. They have 0 to 3 months, which are pretty small, which are newborn to 3 months basically They also have a ton of colors. I have not been able to find anyone that has the quality they have. Their customer service isnt so great, but their product is nice
Yes they do, if you go to gerber.com there is a wholesale section. Once you put in a request they will either email or send you the forms you need to complete for an account.
I agree. I am DEFINITELY into quality. but for the project I am doing, the set I am selling sells 13 onsies together. I think people would pass out if I retailed 13 montag pieces together and added my other costs. So for those, I will stick with "affordable ones" especially since what I am using it for, they will only wear it once for a picture and that's about it.You know what Naomi, I think I contacted them and they sent me the forms. Well I didnt contact them, they contacted me because I was using the word onesie on my website and they sent me cease and desist to stop using the word. That is how I learned they do wholesale, because I asked if I could sign up for a wholesale account so that I could then use the word onesie, and they told me yes and sent me the forms So I would try to contact them directly.
I did want to point out though, that the gerber onesie is no where near as nice as the monag ones. They are like two totally different levels of quality, as the ones like monag sells are a higher end fashion onesie where the gerber is a budget onesie. Just in case you are looking at the value of what you can sell them for. But yea if gerber is what you want to use, then I would contact them as they do wholesale.