What's Beck&Bella all about?
With two young kids at home and a growing pile of battery operated, noisy, flashing toys, we thought there has to be something better for our kids than this. We decided to start Beck&Bella to make more enriching, quality toys easily available in one place. Everything we sell has been throughly tested (aka played with) by our children to make sure it's good enough for yours.
Where do you ship from?
Our orders ship from Cranbury, New Jersey or Irving, Texas. Occasionally with limited run products, or in cases of low inventory, we'll have our suppliers ship directly to you. If this is ever the case, we'll reach out to you personally beforehand!
Where's my order?
With every order we send an email confirmation when it's received by us and another shipping confirmation with tracking information once your package leaves our warehouse. You can track your order here.
If you haven't received your confirmation emails, please check your junk mail and if you still don't see it reach out and we'll be happy to help!
Do you offer payment plans?
We do! You can pay for your order in 4 payments spread over 6 weeks, with no interest charges! Just select AfterPay at checkout for this option.
Are your toys safe?
Of course! All of our products are finished with non-toxic paint and sealers. All plastic toys are BPA-free. Our suppliers are regularly audited by independent third parties to verify the safety and suitability of their products.
...but some of your toys have small pieces and you still say they're ok for children as young as 12 months?
This might seem like a contradiction: We provide a recommended age for all our products. This is the age where we suggest a child would be able to have meaningful, developmentally stimulating interaction with the toy. This doesn't mean they can play with it unattended. Any toys with small pieces that could be a choking hazard are identified as so under the product details as being for 3 years plus without supervision. These toys in most cases can still be enjoyed by children younger, but would require supervision due to small pieces.