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My friend Chelsey is pregnant, so I encouraged her to sign up for as many baby registry welcome boxes as she could just so we could share all the details with you. Over the next few weeks we’ll get an in-depth look at every registry box there is!

I’ve already shared my review of the Amazon Baby Registry Welcome Box, which was pretty great but did have a cost associated with it. Today I’m going to share what comes in the Walmart Baby Registry Welcome Box, which is totally FREE and available when you create a new baby registry at Walmart.

What Comes in the Walmart Baby Registry Welcome Box


There are only a few steps you have to take to get your Walmart baby registry welcome box, but it’s not necessarily obvious. The first place you need to go is the Walmart Baby Registry page. You’ll have to create a Walmart account if you don’t have one or sign in with your current info. Then you’ll just enter in all the details about your due date, gender, etc.

The confusing part comes after you’ve made your registry, because the place to request your Walmart Baby Registry Welcome Box is kind of complicated to find. Before you do anything else, make sure you copy the URL for your baby registry, because you’ll need it later.

Then you’ll go back to the main Walmart Baby Registry page and scroll down until you see this:

Select the second picture that says “Baby Welcome Box,” which will take you to the Walmart Baby Registry Welcome Box Order Form. This is where you’ll need the URL for your baby registry, and you’ll also be asked for the address where you want the welcome box sent.

I created my registry on September 23, and once I filled out the form requesting my box, I was told it would take 4-6 weeks for delivery. Happily, the box came just a little over 2 weeks later on October 9. 

The box the stuff came in had a cute little owl on it and the stuff was arranged very neatly inside when I opened it up.

 Here is a list of everything that was inside the box:

Dr. Browns 8 oz Anti-colic bottle
Mam newborn pacifier
Palmer’s Cocoa Butter sample
Dreft laundry detergent sample
Hyland’s baby teething pain sample
Ads for other baby items
Pampers baby wipes sample
3 Huggies size 1 diapers
Baby Dove Tip-to-Toe Wash
Enfamil NeuroPro Gentlease formula sample
WaterWipes sample
1 Pampers diaper
Evenflo Balance 5 oz bottle
Keepsake card set with 1 card for each month and other cards for milestones 

The last item was the one I found the most fun (although the pacifiers, diapers, wipes, and bottles are definitely practical!)

The pack of cards are extremely thick and well-made, and I’m looking forward to tracking the months and milestones of our new little family member. I thought this made the box feel very personal and honestly, probably cost very little on Walmart’s part.

Here’s everything all together:

Overall, you really have nothing to lose from signing up for the Walmart Baby Registry Welcome Box, since it’s totally FREE! I’ll definitely be recommending it to my friends who are expecting.

Did you receive the Walmart Baby Registry Welcome Box? If there was something different inside, let us know in the comments!

If you create a Walmart baby registry, you can get a Walmart baby registry welcome box for free! See my friend's review and peek at what's inside.