Best maternity wedding dresses for brides with a bump


by Emily Gilbert |
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When you're expecting, it can be difficult to find the right everyday maternity clothes to suit you, let alone for a party or event. Even more so when that event is your own wedding! If you're looking for the best maternity wedding dresses so that you feel amazing on the big day, then look no further.

But, what should you be looking for when it comes to maternity wedding dresses? Well, one factor is comfort, that's for certain. As much as there's an emphasis to look incredible, the main factor is that you feel fabulous in it too. After all, you'll most likely be wearing the dress for the majority of the day.

We've found the maternity wedding dresses that will give you the wow factor that you need when walking down the aisle as a bride. We have brought you plenty of affordable dresses from ASOS, to specialist maternity retailers like Seraphine and Tiffany Rose. You'll have plenty of choice when picking from

What should I look for in a maternity wedding dress?

Style: First thing is foremost, choosing the style of your wedding dress is super important. If you're unsure what you're after, don't be afraid to try on different styles to see what works best with your body. Certain styles will work best with a bump, and more restrictive styles won't, so take this into consideration when trying them on.

Material: Of course, there are a number of different materials that a wedding dress can come in. Choose dresses in materials that suit the time of year you'll be married. Being pregnant, it's unlikely you'll want a dress made from heavy materials with lots of layers, especially in summer.

Fit: An important part of the dress is how it fits. When choosing a maternity dress, you're going to want something that skims over and complements your bump. Anything too restrictive won't allow you to move, dance or eat comfortably without digging in.

Price: Finally, you'll want to account for your budget. How much are you willing to spend? Wedding dresses come in all shapes and sizes, so be sure to find one that you really love within the budget you've set for yourself.


Best maternity wedding dresses

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CREDIT: Tiffany Rose

Alessandra Maternity Wedding Dress

Tiffany Rose's bestselling design is made from soft, shimmering ivory jersey stretch fabric, meaning it will be lightweight and comfortable to wear on the big day. This pretty and effortless knee length dress is designed with a crossover bust that can also be worn off the shoulders for a dramatic effect.

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CREDIT: PinkBlush Maternity

PinkBlush Cream Lace Mesh Overlay Maternity Maxi Dress

If you're looking for a wedding dress to fit your bohemian vibe, this relaxed lace dress in cream is the perfect fit. With flattering empire bust to highlight your bump, floaty bell sleeves and scalloped edge details, you'll look a vision walking down the aisle in this vintage inspired dress.

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CREDIT: Club L London

Graceful White Maternity One Shoulder Split Hem Maxi Dress

For something more streamlined, this classy and elegant one shoulder dress with split hem would fit the occasion. Made from stretch jersey fabric, this dress is so lightweight and easy to wear.

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CREDIT: PinkBlush Maternity

Ivory Lace Sash Tie Maternity Gown

From PinkBlush Maternity, this pretty and affordable ivory dress features a lace overlay, chiffon tie sash and empire bustline that skims beautifully over your bump.

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CREDIT: Club L London

Pretty Perfect White Maternity Ruched Mesh Bardot Maxi Dress

Another slimline design from Club L London, is their Pretty Perfect maternity dress with Bardot neckline. Made from stretch jersey material, this dress is designed to flatter your curves. Fitted at the hips and flaring out to a gradual fishtail skirt, you'll look as pretty as a picture.

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CREDIT: PinkBlush Maternity

Ivory Floral Embroidered Mesh Maternity Evening Gown

An ethereal floaty dress with open shoulder featuring beautiful applique lace details. With double lining to prevent sheerness, this dress is the dream dress for any bohemian wedding.

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CREDIT: Seraphine

White Floral Lace Maternity to Breastfeeding Dress

Of course, if you'd prefer a short dress, this sweet dress from Seraphine is ideal. It also has lift up breastfeeding access if you're nursing. Featuring short flutter sleeves, a sash tie waist and A-line silhouette, this dress will flatter anyone.

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Hope & Ivy Maternity Bridal all over embroidered maxi dress in ivory

For a relaxed and effortless option, this maternity wedding dress from ASOS is at the forefront of trendy wedding dresses. Perfect for a beach wedding or holiday abroad, this lightweight dress will keep you cool.

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CREDIT: Tiffany Rose

Amelia Maternity Wedding Dress Long

A popular choice on Tiffany Rose, is the Amelia dress. Designed to skim the ankles, this gown features lace overlay, three quarter sleeves and a ribbon to be worn over the empire bustline.

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CREDIT: Tiffany Rose

Edith Kimono Maternity Wedding Dress

Tiffany Rose's Edith wedding gown is made up of soft stretch lace fabric with romantic, loose fitting kimono sleeves. The skirt is designed to gently skim the floor, making it the perfect full length gown for your wedding day.

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CREDIT: Tiffany Rose

Florence Maternity Wedding Dress Short

Florence from Tiffany Rose's maternity wedding dress range comes in both floor length and knee length styles. So, if you're looking for a shorter dress that you can wear with ease, this youthful dress with flattering square neckline, pleated empire waistline and delicate flutter sleeves is the best option.

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CREDIT: Tiffany Rose

Kristin Maternity Wedding Gown

The Kristin Maternity gown is a graceful floor length lace dress that has dainty capped sleeves and a sweetheart neckline with sheer lace detail. Delicate floral and eyelash lace overlays silky, soft jersey to create a truly romantic gown.

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CREDIT: Seraphine

Satin Devore Chiffon Maternity Wedding Dress

Made from satin devore chiffon with sheer blouson dotted sleeves, this dress has a vintage appeal with a modern twist. The back of the dress features a gentle v-neckline to add some interest, while the front of the dress comes with a belt that you can wear with or without.

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CREDIT: Seraphine

Ivory Pleated Maternity Midi Dress

Not unlike something worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, this sophisticated dress looks fit for royalty. Classy, timeless and elegant, this design features three quarter sleeves, a smart looking belt and pleated skirt that falls just below the knee.

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CREDIT: Seraphine

Ivory Silk & Lace Maternity Wedding Gown

Made from silk, this luxurious gown drapes beautifully over your figure. The flattering sweetheart neckline and flowing skirt features subtle pleats, drawing the eye inwards to the smallest point of the waist. It features lace shoulders with scallop trims, along with a stretch panel at the back that blends with the rest of the dress for your total comfort.

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