The Wrap Show was founded in 2016, with the vision of being a unique experience for those who enjoy using woven baby wraps in their various forms. We’re continuously striving to make our events accessible to even the most casual baby carrier user with lots of outreach, education, and work with brands at every price point. We’re passionate about not only the practicality of wearing your child but the beauty, freedom, and social connections that can come with it.
Our team is focused on delivering high quality events for you. June 2018 we’re focusing on Magic Summer, an urban baby carrier festival in the city. No carriers will be for sale at the event, but brands are offering pre-orders that you can check out on our page. We’re also excited to be bringing Pop Up events to London every first Friday and of course the return of The Wrap Show in 2019.
Who is our team? Read below. We’re always happy to chat baby carriers, woven wraps, events, and more – get in touch!
Melissa has been using carriers for four years with her two children. As a co-founder and now sole owner of The Wrap Show, she’s been working on the shows from the very beginning. A Trageschule Dresden Certified Babywearing Consultant, Melissa has spent over three years teaching safe baby carrier use throughout West London via her sling library and consultancy. Also a breastfeeding peer supporter, she spends her time outside of The Wrap Show working the park-museum-meet up circuit. Her previous work includes an MBA in International Business, export promotion consulting, radio broadcasting, and financial sales. She’s lived in London for four years with her family but is originally from the east coast of the United States.
Pop Up Organiser
Hannah is a new addition to the wrap show team, famed for her excellent organising and networking skills, she will be taking charge of our monthly pop ups in central London. Trained at Slingababy she has been teaching baby carrying techniques since the beginning of 2017, through her Sling Library and Consultancy in Harrow. She has a degree in Primary Education and used to work as a teacher before having her two children.