We Might Be Tiny crafts an impeccable range of kids’ tableware that seamlessly blends style and functionality, adored by discerning families across 40+ countries. Their product lineup, made of food-safe silicone, not only introduces eco-conscious alternatives to plastics but also ensures you’re nourishing your child with BPA-free items. All while staying true to the brand’s commitment to a sustainable lifestyle, ensuring every product decision takes the environment into account.
Beyond just tableware, We Might Be Tiny has made it their mission to instill a lifelong love of nutritious food in children. This is complemented with a selection of healthy baby and toddler recipes, ensuring you get the best out of their products.
Eleanor, the founder, initiated this venture from a personal need to baby-proof her home with quality, eco-friendly items that suited her modern aesthetic. The first of these products, The Placie, was the stepping stone to what We Might Be Tiny has grown into today. Based in the serene Dandenong Ranges near Melbourne, Victoria, Eleanor designs and tests each product, backed by a dedicated and equally passionate team.
Their commitment to social responsibility shines brightly, as they donate a portion of their proceeds to the Australian Conservation Foundation and have established a unique silicone recycling program in partnership with TerraCycle. This ensures even well-used items get a second life, underlining the brand’s belief in a sustainable and waste-free future. Moreover, they work with a range of Australian small businesses, from logistics to marketing, reinforcing their commitment to the local community.