Wedding Dresses- Ideas For Pregnant Brides

Posted in: Wedding Dresses by Brideorama | September 10th 2010 | 2 comments

A bride should be beautiful on her wedding day, whether she is pregnant or not. Moreover, she should feel like a princess in the wedding dress that she has chosen to wear on her big day. Even if you‘re pregnant you can opt for a model of wedding dress with style, appealing, especially since during the pregnancy many women enjoy to highlight their new and voluptuous forms.

Speaking about weddings, it is easy to notice that times have changed a lot since our grandparents’ time. Today, there is no longer an uncommon thing to see a pregnant bride saying “yes” in front of the priest and of all the guests.

Now, pregnant brides should not worry about not looking amazing on their wedding day, because of the increasing number of companies producing wedding dresses and because they have all began to create wedding dresses for pregnant brides, too. Now with so many options for a wedding dress, choosing a wedding dress should be easier than usual for a pregnant bride.

However, the choice is even more difficult. Anyway, do not be discouraged because there are a variety of models suited to each of you. For example, you can choose a dress with long sleeves or a bolero to go above, as you know that pregnant women undergo many hormonal changes and gain a few pounds during pregnancy. Therefore, a dress that covers the shoulders and the arms may be helpful.

Dresses are cut longer in the front, so as not to rise on the belly, and narrower in the back, in order to give the impression of elongation of silhouette. In order to create gowns to fit so perfectly, designers that create those dresses must estimate how large should the tummy of a pregnant bride be at her wedding. However there are safeguards.

Because assessments are not always 100% accurate, the sides of the dresses include a reserve material for making last minute changes. If, however, you have accumulated more kilograms than expected, the “queen” or the “baby doll” wedding dress is the right choice. Close below the chest, it will highlight the neckline generously, but it will hide the tummy and the swollen legs.

As for the dress’s length, well, here you can choose anything: long train, knee or above knee. Depending on the morphology and on the pregnancy, in some cases the body shape can be radically transformed. Therefore, it is recommended to buy the dress as close as possible to the wedding day.

It is important to have a comfortable pair of shoes. Everyone knows that when you are pregnant the feet get swollen, so do not hesitate to choose a nice pair of simple white satin ballet shoes.

Do not forget that the first criterion on which you must base your choice is the comfort, but you can also bet on success, elegance and refinement. More than that, if you want to distract people’s attention from your belly try to move the center of interest on your face. You can do that by choosing a glamorous make-up or a fancy hairstyle, which, should suit you, of course.1

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