Back to the Beginning

This gorgeous purple hand blown glass bellybowl was one of our first glass attempts. It turned out even more stunning than we could have hoped! It helps to revisit the past to get inspiration for our future!

 

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Twins in their Belly Bowl

These twins felt right at home in their very first dwelling together.

 

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Dark Underwater Pregnancy Bowl

This hand-painted porcelain belly bowl makes evokes an underwater scene, making us a crave a day at the beach!

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Florida Family Commissions Pastel Handblown Glass Belly Bowl

This stunning handblown glass bellybowl was a one-of-a-kind piece commissioned by a Florida family.

It echoes the colors of the ocean and the beach and looks stunning in their nursery!

 

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Capture Your Pregnancy Forever with a One-of-a-Kind Porcelain BellyBowl!

Showcasing one of our elegant yet simple porcelain belly bowls in grey and white.

Notice the top bowl contains the original cast! You can see how we create these stunning pieces from the form of your pregnant belly.

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Oscar Themed Glass Belly Bowl

With the highly anticipated Oscars this evening, we wanted to showcase our incredibly special, golden-hued, hand blown glass belly bowl.

 

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To see more of our one of a kind pieces, visit our website at www.bellivita.com

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Cobalt Blue Glass Bowl from the shape of a pregnant belly casting

Crafted by our amazing glass artist Melissa Misoda!

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Bronzed-Finish Porcelain Belly Bowl

Our bronzed metallic finish porcelain bowls always seems to be a top favorite!

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Blown Glass Belly Bowl in Silver, White and Yellow

Crafted by the amazing glass artist Melissa Misoda!

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Fuchsia and Blue Pregnancy-Cast Belly Bowl

With thanks to our amazing glass artist Melissa Misoda!

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Snoqualmie Valley Midwifery Pregnancy-Cast Belly Bowl

BelliVita was honored to create a custom hand-painted belly bowl for Snoqualmie Valley Midwifery!

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Black, Gold and Red Belly Bowl

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It’s a Girl! Pink and White Pregnancy Belly Bowl

In hand-painted porcelain…

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Purple and White Porcelain Belly Bowl

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Golden Sunrise Blown Glass Bellybowl

Darcy Camden, the Stylist of KING 5’s New Day Northwest television show, was one week overdue when she decided to have her belly cast made by BelliVita.

When our artist contacted her to find out what colors she’d like used in the creation of her blown glass bowl, Darcy was already in labor. “Just pick what you think would be best,” she said.

The resulting bowl features a soft, robins-egg blue exterior with a “golden sunrise” interior. Says Darcy…

“It’s amazing, just amazing! It turned out more beautiful than I ever could have picked. Besides the baby, it is the most beautiful thing in our house. Plus it’s so precious to have a treasured memento from the pregnancy because that goes away so quickly!”

View the entire segment (and watch the casting process) on King 5’s video >

Read an article here >

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Four weeks after Wesley was born, Darcy contacted the talented Sarah Sweetman Photography to take Wesley’s first photos… snuggled inside the bowl that will forever commemorate his first home:

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KING 5 Stylist Darcy Camden Bellybump Cast

It all starts with a pregnant belly casting…

Darcy Camden, the Stylist of KING 5′s New Day Northwest television show, was one week overdue when she had her belly cast made by BelliVita.

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A few days later when our artist contacted her to find out what colors Darcy would prefer in the creation of her blown glass bowl, Darcy was already in labor. “Just pick what you think would be best,” she said between deep breaths.

The resulting bowl features a soft, robins-egg blue exterior with a “golden sunrise” interior. Says Darcy…

“It’s amazing, just amazing! It turned out more beautiful than I ever could have picked. Besides the baby, it is the most beautiful thing in our house. Plus it’s so precious to have a treasured memento from the pregnancy because that goes away so quickly!”

View the entire segment (and watch the casting process) on King 5′s video >

Read an article here >

View photos of the finished bowl here >

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Light Blue and Red Glass Bellybump Bowl

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Mama in the Now Reviews BelliVita’s Self-Casting Kit

Mama in the Know Blog Crop“BelliVita’s Self-Casting kit included everything required to make a mess-free and simple belly casting: drop cloth, plastic gloves, vaseline, wipes and of course the plaster. I think both my husband and I were both apprehensive about the casting, worried that we would fail at this initial yet rather crucial step of the process. Finally, we pulled ourselves together and last weekend we spent a mere 30 – 40 minutes casting my belly.  Jansen, our youngest, was a little worried about the mess we created, so he was quick to help clean up around me.”

Read the full story about this mom’s first-hand experience with her belly casting on her wonderful blog, Mama in the Now >

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Son Helps with Mom’s Pregnancy Belly Casting

This “big brother to be” was so happy to help as he waits with eager anticipation for his new baby brother’s arrival!

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Light Blue and Orange Blown Glass Pregnancy-Cast Belly Bowl

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