Post # 31
I think some brides totally rock it, but I personally would rather be a little more modest. We’re having a religious ceremony and I would feel weird wearing something super risque in the synagogue–I think we’re technically supposed to have our shoulders covered, though I think a lot of girls ignore that rule. Still, I don’t think they’d go for side-boob. If I don’t feel like I could feel comfortable giving my 85-year old grandparents a hug in my dress, I don’t think I would get it!
Post # 32
In general, I am a fan of showing some boobage. When I was in college I was told my cleavage was legendary on campus, haha. However I don’t like bridal cleavage at all. Or at least not on me. I’m wearing a sweetheart neckline strapless dress that accentuates my decollete, but I don’t want to show any cleavage.
Post # 33
Whatever you are comfortable with, just go by the Gramma rule. As long as you can stand in front of your Grandparents and not feel uncomfortable then you’re all good! hehe:)
Post # 34
A little goes a long way in a wedding dress 🙂 I dont mind cleavage at all.. but No side boobage or nips showing 🙂
Post # 35
i voted for a little is fine. Personally, I don’t want any on my wedding day.
Post # 36
Hmmm, I didn’t vote. But I think I’m somewhere in between “modesty” and “fair amount.” I have 34 Ds, and proportionally, they are huge on my 5’1″ body. They’re used as an identifier for people who don’t know my name. Seriously.
That being said, I don’t want them hanging out all over the place! I wore a strapless dress at my junior prom and I was falling out all over the place. Senior prom I wore a haltar with a decent amount of clevage, but they were very well contained. As Maid/Matron of Honor says, “There’s classy cleavage and then there’s trashy cleavage. Just don’t cross the line.”
For my wedding I’ll be making sure that they’re not falling out when I sit down. That will probably mean foregoing the strapless gown I envision, but I’ve recently fallen in love with key hole backs, so I might end up going that route.
Post # 37
Added option for none!
Thanks for the feedback ladies! Keep it coming 🙂
Post # 38
I voted a little is fine. I personally don’t feel that there was anything immodest about my dress and I was very comfortable in it and got compliments from everyone there including my grandma and both our sets of parents. 😛
Post # 39
I did not see the option for none until it was too late. Change my vote to NONE!! 🙂 Thanks
Post # 40
@tess75: Oh, please! You look amazing in both those pictures! There’s nothing wrong with some photos showing a little (or a little more) cleavage. It’s not like it’s a giant secret that women have boobs! It’s also not like you wore the J.Lo Grammy dress. And congrats, newlywed! I just saw the date!!
Post # 41
I think it depends on the wedding. If it’s a beach or outside wedding then a little is fine. If it’s in a church then absolutely none. I don’t think it’s right for your grandma to be seeing you like this. I just think it’s trashy too. But like I said, depends on the wedding.
Post # 42
I wont be showing any. My dress has a high neckline and sleeves… not even a hint of my ladies. I am well endowed in the boob region, and I definitely don’t want to share that with my Future In-Laws or extended family. I think modesty is best.
Post # 43
@MissHoneyBun: I love our attitude about it! I wish I could adopt it, but my wedding dress experience solidified for me the plan to have a breast reduction. No one needs G cups. It’s just ridiculous. I can’t wait to offload them. I think B/C cup cleavage is beautiful. Mine just looks like a big butt on my chest.
Post # 44
@Lindsay05: Good point. Mine will probably be outside, and definitively not in a church.
Post # 45
@tess75: Damn. They honestly didn’t look THAT big. I don’t blame you for wanting to go smaller. We can’t all be Dolly Parton.