Bridal pyjamas


Welcome to the June edition of the Breathe journal. In this edition we are celebrating the wedding season. One of our most popular seasons for monogrammed luxury sleepwear for brides and bridal parties.

We are also looking at a range of foods that can help improve sleep. As you know, we are very into a good nights sleep at Breathe. Take a look at our article and see if you can find a few new foods to include in your diet to improve your sleep.

Foods to Improve Sleep

At Breathe we very deeply feel that a good pair of well made pyjamas can make a huge difference to the quality of your sleep. However, we know that there are a lot of other factors that can play a part in how well we sleep and this month we are looking at the role food plays within our sleeping pattern. 

The Sleep Foundation suggest that from research conducted the following foods can help improve sleep. Why not give some a go and see if they can help you get a better nights rest. 

1. Kiwi Fruit - In a study shown on The Sleep Foundation website, people who ate two kiwis one hour before bedtime found that they fell asleep faster, slept more, and had better sleep quality. It is thought to be related to their antioxidant properties, ability to address folate deficiencies, and/or high concentration of serotonin.

2. Tart Cherries - Several studies shown on The Sleep Foundation website show sleep benefits for people who drink tart cherry juice. In one study, people who drank two one-cup servings of tart cherry juice per day were found to have more total sleep time and higher sleep efficiency. This could be due to the above-average concentrations of melatonin, which is a hormone that helps regulate circadian rhythm and promote healthy sleep. Tart cherries may also have an antioxidant effect that is conducive to sleep.

3. Fatty Fish - A study on The Sleep Foundation website conducted over a period of months found that people who ate salmon three times per week had better overall sleep as well as improved daytime functioning.

Researchers believe that fatty fish may help sleep by providing a healthy dose of vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, which are involved in the body’s regulation of serotonin.

4. Nuts - Nuts like almonds, walnuts, pistachios, and cashews are often considered to be a good food for sleep. Though the exact amounts can vary, nuts contain melatonin as well as essential minerals like magnesium and zinc that are essential to a range of bodily processes.

All information here is from The Sleep Foundation.The Sleep Foundation website


Here are our most popular items for brides and bridal parties who want some luxury pyjamas for the night before the big day. With monogramming available you can create a special keepsake that the bridal party can wear again and again.

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Prepping for a wedding? Here are some helpful podcasts.


Our monogramming service is the perfect way to make it official. You can choose from a name, initials or even a new title for the bride to be.

Thank you for joining us this month. We hope you find something special for a bride to be or pyjamas for a bridal party to celebrate a very special time. If you are not celebrating any weddings this year, there is no reason not to treat yourself to something special and own some monogrammed pyjamas of your very own! 

June 09, 2023 — Breathe