Post # 1
So we’ve been planning our wedding for over a year now and surprise…we’re going to be 6 months pregnant at our wedding next month! I bought my dream dress last march, it’s a fitted mermaid gown. I have a small bump so my seamstress has added a corset back to accomate my growth. Question is, is it weird to rock a bump at our wedding? Not everyone knows I’m pregnant yet. We’re expecting about 250 people and I’d say about 20 people know. I’ve been trying on ballgowns and a line dresses but they’re so not me!
Post # 2
Please be kind to my growing bump! But here’s what we’re working with at the moment
Post # 3
You look gorgeous in that dress! You are absolutely rocking it! If you still love your dress then you should wear and screw what anyone else thinks
Post # 4
You look great! I say wear it if you’re comfortable. My bump was that size at 3 months but I popped early. Congrats!
Post # 6
I was expecting a much bigger bump! Gorgeous. You rock that!
Post # 7
You look incredible and your dress is to die for! Absolutely don’t change it.
Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2018 - Location
I would not even notice that “bump”! Of course it may change a lot in the next month or so. Rock it! Are you going to tell more people before?
Post # 9
- Wedding: August 2019 - A historic Art Deco and French Renaissance Theatre
I remember when you got your dress. It is stunning and you are stunning. I say you do you and rock the bump in that magnificent gown! And you even had the train extended, making a gorgeous dress even more amazing! Don’t worry about what anyone else thinks. You look beautiful!
Post # 10
I would definitely rock it! You look amazing. I have a friend who got married when 4 months pregnant and they used the wedding as their pregnancy announcement… it looked awesome and sweet in her FB photos. Ps – congrats mama!!
Post # 11
100% wear what you love! You know you’re pregnant, your husband to be knows your pregnant…why hide it? Even people who don’t know would do the math and know you were pregnant if you tried hiding it in a ball gown or something.
Id probably announce just before the wedding so people aren’t speculating during your wedding. For now, it’s not super obvious that it’s a baby bump, so depending on how much more you pop, it might not be totally obvious.
Post # 12
I love your dress. If you try to hide the pregnancy, the assumption will be that it’s a “shot gun” situation. If others thinking pregnancy prompted the marriage is your concern, do an announcement before. You can then mention that you were engaged *before* kiddo just as you said above….