Pickle & Pumpkin Pickle & Pumpkin

Carefully crafted for soft, loving snuggles and durable enough to survive the wear and tear of everyday living, Pickle & Pumpkin’s baby bedding and clothing are made sustainably, without pesticides or other toxic chemicals.

Origins

Pickle and Pumpkin founder Neha Shrivastava was born in India, surrounded by a family that instilled the love of crafting, design, and high quality fabrics in her by obsessing over fabric and textiles. Her family wanted the best for their little ones, draping them in the highest quality, softest cottons available. While living in India, the birthplace of cotton, and in a town boasting many craftsmen and tailors, the natural, beautiful fabrics were readily available to her family.

Neha’s family’s love for quality fabrics stayed with her as she grew into adulthood. When Neha became a mother, she, too, wanted to dress her baby in pure, soft cotton. She no longer lived in India and was disappointed to find that high quality options were unaffordable. She needed a solution.

When Neha was pregnant with her second baby and mother to a wonderful one-year-old daughter, she craved only two things: a pickle to satisfy her pregnancy cravings and clean, safe fabrics for her little pumpkin. Thus, Pickle & Pumpkin was born. Neha’s company exists to provide mothers with only the highest quality, softest, and safest pieces for their babies. We emphasize craftsmanship, functional design, and sustainability, all at affordable prices.

Who We Partner With

Pickle & Pumpkin is proud to partner with Fair Trade, Certified GOTS factories. These employ local craftswomen from India and offer fair, living wages, in addition to clean and human workspaces.

These factories use only organic and high-quality cotton to make our premium, ultrasoft baby apparel and bedding. I know firsthand the importance of sustainable and environmentally friendly cotton, which is why our cotton meets strict environmental and social standards from seed to stitch.

Our fabrics are also tested rigorously to ensure our dyes and packaging are free from toxins and any other unsafe material. The women we employ know the importance of fabric to a baby’s touch; they’re proud to create bedding and clothing for your children that they would use for their own.

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