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MATERNITY WEDDING DRESSES FOR MOMS-TO-BE

MATERNITY WEDDING DRESSES

When you are expecting, it can be quite hard to find comfortable everyday maternity clothes. And when you are expecting and about to be married, the matter gets even more complicated. You want to look beautiful, and you want to be the star of the day (it is your wedding, after all), but you also want your bump and your body to be completely comfortable and able to move around.

But there is no need to worry. Moms-to-be deserve to be gorgeous on their wedding there, and they always are. There is a beautiful glow that a pregnant woman has, and the beautiful dress is going to be just a plus. Here are some tips that are going to help you pick the perfect maternity wedding dress.

Choose the Right Silhouette to for Your Bump

Maternity by no means has to mean matronly, and you should use your big day to rock a look that showcases your bundle of joy that is going to come into this world very soon. You should go for a dress that hugs the bump perfectly, but it still allows you movement, softness, comfort and a silhouette.

Prepare for the changes that might happen

Keep in mind that you have to buy a dress a few weeks (sometimes even months) before the wedding, and you bump is going to grow, and you will too. This is going to require some tailoring, resizing and some changes. That is why you should add an inch to each measurement for every remaining month of pregnancy from the moment you get the dress in until your wedding date. You should also be ready to take a dress to the tailor, if that happens to be necessary.

Choose Comfortable Materials

When it comes to being comfortable in your maternity wedding dress, fabric plays one of the most important roles. That is why you should stick to materials that will give you room to grow without constricting your bump and fabrics that can stretch (some of them include crepe or jersey, tulle or chiffon).

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