Changing Bags

Discover the world of baby-changing bags where style meets functionality. Designed to keep your life organised, our range of changing bags, hospital bags and backpack/handbag changing bags offers a perfect blend of practicality and elegance, ensuring you have everything you need right at your fingertips. Featuring clever storage compartments for specific items such as creams, lotions, and wipes. Explore brands like Tiba + Marl, Finnson, Babymel and many more.
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    Changing Bags FAQs

    When choosing the right baby changing bag, it's important to make sure it's spacious, easy to carry and looks good too. It'll be useful if your bag can hold a variety of clothes and toiletries for both you and baby, but don't choose a bag that's too big and bulky. This will make it much harder to carry and travel around with.

    Your baby changing bag will need to hold all your everyday baby and changing bag essentials from portable changing mats to muslins and nappies. Here's a list of all the essentials you need to pack in your baby changing bag:



    - Bottles of milk if you're not directly breastfeeding
    - Breast pads
    - At least one muslin
    - Portable changing mat
    - Nappies, wipes and nappy sacks
    - Nappy care accessories
    - A change of clothes
    - A dummy or soother if they have one

    If you want to learn more about what to pack inside your baby changing bag, check out this blog.

    You absolutely can use your baby changing bag as your hospital bag, as long as it has enough storage space for all the essential items you'll need during your stay. Luckily, baby changing bags will often have numerous compartments and ample space - plus, you can continue to use it long after your hospital visit.

    It's important to pack your hospital back way before your due date so it's ready to go. If you're wondering what to pack in your hospital bag, you can download our free checklist to help make the whole process simpler.

    The essentials we would recommend include:

    - Comfortable clothing
    - Maternity clothing
    - C-Section + postnatal support clothing
    - Toiletries + essentials
    - Breast + Bottle feeding
    - Sleepwear + blankets
    - Baby changing + accessories
    - Car seat - although this will be far too big to fit in your hospital bag, it's essential to remember otherwise you won't be able to leave the hospital!

    If you want to learn more about what to pack in your hospital bag, check out this blog.

    A baby changing backpack not only offers exceptional comfort, but also keeps your hands free for carrying your little one. With a spacious, organised design, you can easily store all your baby changing essentials including nappies and wipes.

    We love our range of premium baby changing backpacks from brands like Tiba&Marl, who offer multi-purpose baby changing bags that don't look like baby changing bags, with enough space to fit most laptop sizes, they make great travel bags.

    Ultimately this one is completely down to you and your own personal choices and budgets. There's a wide range of price points and designs, there really is a baby changing bag for everyone.

    The slightly high end premium changing bags do tend to have a few more added extras and are often made from durable materials, however there are some brilliant bargains out there that offer great value for money. You could be looking to spend anything in the range of £60 - £160 on your baby changing bag.

    The perfect baby changing bag is a combination of a number of key features. However, if we had to say just one, it would be convenience. Your baby changing bag has to make your life easier, not harder, so always choose one that is comfy to wear and offers you ultimate convenience with plenty of compartments and storage.

    Yes you can. You can turn any roomy bag into a stylish and practical baby changing bag just by inserting an organiser pod, nappy organiser or small pouches into it to help with usability and organisation. However, you may find specifically designed baby changing bags do have some clever additional features that a traditional handbag does not, such as insulated bottle holders, wipe clean materials and handy compartments.

    Your budget may effect which material options you have on offer for your baby changing bag. However, if we are putting budget aside, we would say vegan leather is our top choice. It's the most durable, easily wiped clean and is a timeless and stylish material. We also love the increase in baby changing bags being made out of eco materials such a recycled plastic bottles and regenerated nylon.

    The main thing to consider when choosing your hospital bag is space, as there are a lot of essential items that you'll need to pack, and it's better to over pack and be over prepared than underprepared.

    We always recommend the Tiba + Marl weekender bags as they are very spacious with loads of handy pockets, and super stylish so can be used forever. The Storksak Cabin changing bag is also a great option as it can either be wheeled like a suitcase by the retractable handle, or carried by the grab handles.