When you’re an expecting bride, what should you wear on your wedding day? Brides are supposed to look and feel their best on their wedding day so you’ll want to choose a maternity wedding dress that makes your pregnancy look and feel good. All eyes will be on the bride, so it is a must that the gown brings out the best in the bride. This may get a little hard when the bride is expecting - but not impossible. We’re here to show you some wedding dresses for pregnant brides that flatter the bride’s figure while still looking pretty and elegant.
The first maternity wedding gown in our list is a whimsical floor-length number, complete with a princess look. The dress is fully white with tulle all over. The pregnancy wedding dress has a shallow v-shaped collar that is stylish yet still being conservative enough. It ends with the dress base being sleeveless, but connects with some floral design and tulle pieces that go past the arms for a flutter princess vibe. The upper part has some subtle tulle and floral design. The maternity wedding gown has an empire waist with floral designs at the center so you would still look elegant while being comfortable and your belly won’t be cramped. The back part has ribbons at the center so that the gown can be adjusted to the bride’s preference, and perhaps throughout the night for the comfort of the pregnant bride. It has a subtle scooped back so the upper back of the bride can be seen. The gown then goes down straight with no additional designs: just the simplicity of the white base and the tulle all over.
Moving on to the second one, we have a classical white number that has lace on the upper part and tulle for the bottom part. The top part of the pregnancy wedding dress consists of a white tube base covered with a lace design that has a v-shaped collar. The lace features floral and vine designs. The lace continues towards the sleeves and gives the gown elbow-length fit-to-wide sleeves, kind of like trumpet sleeves. The sleeves are trimmed with more lace on its edges. This makes the top of the maternity wedding gown look like the right balance of modern and classic. Some lace leaves go down to the skirt part of the gown, which is topped with layers of tulle on a white base. This gives the bottom part of the gown some subtle design. The back part is also v-shaped, with some ribbons for size adjustment in case the pregnant bride needs to loosen the dress during the wedding.
If you are looking for something more elegant and ‘wow,’ then this third one might be it for you. It has a white plain base that is topped with tulle and lace. For the top part, the white base has a sweetheart neckline. It is then covered by lace with a v-shaped collar. The lace has flowers, leaves, crystals, and beads sewn on it. The sleeves end at the forearm part but there is a front parting so the expecting bride’s arms can move freely without the lace covering them completely. The maternity bridal dress has a straight waist, where most of the lace designs end. Some of the lace designs extend to the bottom part, featuring swirling leaves and flowers. The maternity wedding gown has a long train behind it, creating a very grand entrance!
This next one is another maternity wedding gown similar to the third one. It has a white plain base that is topped with tulle and lace. For the top part, it also has a white base that has a sweetheart neckline. It is then covered by lace with a v-shaped collar, but the lace designs are different for this maternity wedding gown. The designs are more intricate and feature long leaves along with the flowers. The lace also extends as sleeves that end at the forearm part. The sleeves are similar to choir boy sleeves. The lace used for the sleeves are wide, so spreading out your arms would also spread out the lace like magic! All over the top part are the lace designs that end at the straight, cinched waist part. The bottom part has a white base with layers of tulle over it. The bottom half of the skirt part has a lace design pattern all over the ball gown base. The gown spreads out like a big ball gown and has a very long and magical train, perfect for a large grand wedding!
This next maternity wedding gown is for the chic and sophisticated expecting bride! The top part features a v-shaped neckline and sleeveless base. It then has intricate beading for design and subtle layers of lace and tulle as texture. Covering the arms are lace pseudo-sleeves with leaf designs that reach the elbow of the maternity bridal dress. The waist is cinched by a white ribbon belt and the bottom part has some subtle lace leaf vines as design. The back has a deep v-design, showing off the bride’s back and the bottom part at the waist contains the ribbons for size adjustment. This maternity wedding dress would be perfect for a small yet still very elegant wedding.
The next wedding gown for expecting brides is also made of lace and tulle. The white top base of the maternity wedding dress has a sweetheart neckline and is then fully covered by lace. The lace has linked leaves and flowers for design that run down the top and the sleeves. The sleeves are made out of lace and extend down to the forearms. The back has a wide v-shaped design that’s perfect for showing off a tiny bit. The lace then goes down to the bottom part with some patterns scattered all over and the train of this maternity wedding dress is just jaw dropping gorgeous!
The last wedding gown on our list is not to be outdone. The top part features a v-shaped neckline and sleeveless base. It then subtle layers of lace and tulle for texture and covering the arms are lace pseudo-sleeves with cute flower designs that only end at the forearm. The sleeve design is called butterfly sleeves for this maternity wedding dress and the waist is cinched by white fabric flowers that have multiple beads. The bottom part then balloons out to a gown with a sweet and elegant princess look!