Post # 1
- Wedding: September 2013 - The Gables at Chadds Ford
‘Sup A-cup?! If you have a small chest, what did you wear, or what are your plans for wedding day lingerie? Do you want to emphasize your chest and push the girls up as high as they go? Did you have a sewn in bra, or a separate one? And no, breast implants are not an option, haha!
Post # 3
@reynaweddingbee: I’m doing an underbust corset, so I will probably do some of those sewn-in cup thingies.
Post # 4
I searched online for a good pushup bustier but when I got it the other day it really didn’t do much for me 🙁 I’m going to talk to the alterations dept when my dress comes in to see what they say, maybe sewn in will be better.
Post # 5
- Wedding: October 2013 - Rustic mill, historical site
Well, I DO have breast implants but I still wear a very small b, or even 34a fits in some bras. (And I use the term fit loosely because 34 band size is way too big but I dont need the support so it doesng matter)
Anyway, im going alk natural, no bra or anything. I wiuldnt want to look ridiculous in my wedding pictures with a cIearly much bigger chest than I really have 🙂
Post # 6
I am having cups sewn in, because the back of my dress is low cut & wearing a strapless bra wasn’t really an option. However, my seamstress is aware I want some serious padding sewn in as well, to fill out the dress & make me look like I have something in there 😉
Post # 7
I just wore a strapless padded bra. 🙂
Post # 8
On a daily basis I wear a slightly padded bra (doesn’t really add any size, just shape) and I’ll be wearing something similar. No decision yet, depends what works best with the dress. I just want to look like my normal self.
Post # 9
Yah. Gotta give the girls a little extra! Not sure how yet though.
Post # 10
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
32AA reporting in >_< I’m planning to get padded cups or a (slight) push up bra sewn in because I don’t have a lot of luck with strapless bras. Longline bra also works but I’d feel more comfortable with something sewn in!
Post # 11
something sewn in, so you dont have to worry about adjusting or it slipping down or anything. it seemed the easiest way to go.
Post # 12
I’ve gone for a low back padded bustier, but I think it makes me look a bit chesty so I’m going to ask my seamstress tomorrow about sewing in cups instead
Post # 13
I want to be as natural as possible. I paid a lot of money to have a reduction! Well, 10% of the cost to have it done….anyways, i love my small boobies and I like to show them off! 34DDD+ down to a 34B
Post # 14
I had cups sewn into my dress. CLeavage really isn’t my thing, so I didn’t go with a push up bra. I also wanted to be as comfortable as possible and didn’t want to sorry about a bra shifting around/drooping whatever.
I loved the cups, they added just a bit (as would my usual bra) without looking fake.
Post # 15
- Wedding: July 2013 - Four Rivers Environmental Center
I plan on getting my cups sewn in and they will have a push up!
Post # 16
I’m a small B-cup and I had the cups sewn into my dress. They looked really natural and provided a lot of support and shape.