If you’re a pregnant bride looking for a maternity wedding gown, you maaaay just be really tired of looking at boxy, white, and boring dresses right about now. Googling for dresses brings up some heinous options, I know. But fear not! I have done the due diligence to find the most colorful, most ethereal, most bohemian, and most glam maternity wedding dresses to style that baby bump on your wedding day. There’s literally ZERO reason not to look banging as a pregnant bride.
Let’s get to shopping for your own stunning dress…
Here are some non-frumpy maternity bridesmaid dresses to peruse. I chose as many dresses that I could find to accommodate your growing tummy, with regular, plus, and custom sizing options in totally affordable price ranges. These maternity bridesmaid dresses should help you stay comfortable while standing, sitting, and dancing. Let’s take a peek at what we found and also a few tips for tailoring said dress if these aren’t an option.
Wedding dresses you can breastfeed in: nursing mothers rejoice, we have a gigantic round-up just for YOU
All kinds of tops and dresses can are breastfeeding-friendly, especially once you get the hang of it. While I didn’t don a wedding or bridesmaid gown during my stint as a nursing mother, I did experiment with a variety of necklines to find out what was the easiest to maneuver my son around. You also want to wear something that can be folded back/pushed to the side pretty quickly — hungry babies are demanding!
After working in the bridal industry for seven years, offbeat sponsor Lisa Sheets started Jalis Bridal all on her own, in order to help brides world-wide save money on their wedding attire. Jalis Bridal can now be your one-stop-shop for all your wedding fashion needs. And when I say “all” I mean a hell of a lot of stuff.
Are you a pregnant bride searching for dresses that don’t “look like frumpy messes or pajamas”? Lucky for you, I love to virtually shop. Look at all these gorgeous and fun maternity dresses!
The offbeat bride: Danica Her offbeat partner: Mike Location & date of wedding: Newcastle Island, Canada – August 8th, 2008 What made our wedding offbeat: We kept it simple. I made all the cupcakes for the guests (all ninety! WHEW! Transporting them was a BITCH). We had our talented photographer friend Aki walk on stilts. […]