Meet Pajama Sutra

Planning any wedding is sometimes stressful. A bride has to balance a long list of family traditions (which may not be completely familiar to her) with her own style and vision for her wedding. A full week of wedding events, and trying to please everyone in the process can leave a bride to be exhausted.

The designer behind PajamaSutra, Sarena Udani, remembers this stress when she got married, and wishes that she had a few relaxing moments to herself on her big day. Sarena launched PajamaSutra in 2008, and noticed that while there were plenty of loungewear lines out there, none were focused on the South Asian Bride. “With our fabrics, I really wanted to do something different for South Asian brides than the typical pastel floral print,” says Udani, “Our brides are looking for deeper colors and that ‘Indian’ touch.”

Sarena believes that “your bridal robe is the last thing you wear as a single girl, and it should be perfect!”

We love PajamaSutra’s block-printed fabrics and the fact that they are all handmade in Jaipur, India, with non-toxic vegetable dyes makes us love them even more. Check out some of our favorite styles that Sarena has created.

Check out Pajama Sutra online to see all their full selection of robes and lounge wear

Calling all Bay Area brides. Planning and designing your dream wedding is one of the
The wedding day of Sneha AND Rajan was a three day mega celebration that the
Indian Destination Wedding LONG LASTING Peach Makeup Tutorial by Anchal MUA Summer is here and
Never before have we seen a double wedding. Videographer Avec Lumiere Productions captured a same
The news is out Louis Vuitton will curate a selection of bridal trunks at Vogue
Professional photography is just one of those few aspects of a wedding that cannot be
Our wedding was nothing short of incredible! It was a dream come true, not only
To celebrate a thriving wedding business over the past 10 years is no easy Task.
After dating for several years Chinmay wanted to surprise Prapti with a proposal in the
We love getting different perspectives on weddings both from the brides point of view and