Maternity Bridesmaid Dresses

Wedding Dresses | February 26 2020 | by Jenny | 0 Comments

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At every wedding, celebrating alongside a bride will always be the maids of honor. Beautiful and fresh they, complete the wedding in a way only they can achieve. But what happens if one of the bridesmaids is pregnant? Well there can only be 2 kinds of dresses for these beautiful ladies.

The first one is the knee-length dress. A good and popular choice is the gown with a full skirt, to create that flowing look, and a bodice to highlight the waist. Most pregnant bridesmaids choose this kind of dresses because it covers the belly bump making them slimmer. Accessorized with a small handbag, this kind of dress can make a maid of honor gloom on the wedding day of her best friend.

Maternity Bridesmaid Dresses (Source: my-weddingdream.com)

Maternity Bridesmaid Dresses (Source: my-weddingdream.com)

The second dress to wear for a pregnant maid of honor is the floor-length gown. You can try a v-neck or a strapless maternity dress as long as you feel comfortable in it. This dress is for those who aren’t planning on disguising the belly bump. The gown aims for an elegant look, making the bridesmaid taller. Accessorized or not, this kind of dress will make the maid of honor get a lot of attention.

Maternity Bridesmaid Dresses (Source: weddingdressmart.com)

Maternity Bridesmaid Dresses (Source: weddingdressmart.com)

Going to the most important point a pregnant bridesmaids should consider, we arrive at being comfortable. This should be a law during pregnancy, not only the wedding. Buy the right dress to look and feel your best. You can buy a two piece dress that will allow you to move freely, and dance how much you want.

Remember to keep the dress style simple, the more elaborate it is , it’s more likely to be less elastic. Ruffles and large bows can make the belly look bigger.  Be careful of the swelling feet. Consider that you will stand on your feet the entire ceremony; therefore you will need some supportive shoes.  

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