Not all brides are a size zero. Some are even in the double digits. I know gasp, how shocking! I, for one, could admire a beautiful thin model wearing a gorgeous wedding gown. But the fact of the matter is that brides, come in all shapes and sizes.
As much as I love the sexy back wedding dress trend, I’m a plus size girl. I would look ridiculous in one. The last thing I want, is to be standing at the altar and having people stare at my back rolls. I love it, I think it’s sexy, but not for me.
Luckily, there are some amazing designers that are up with the times, and have dresses for us girls with extra cushion. And here are some of my favorites. Enjoy!
Bliss by Monique Lhuillier Style 32292385 Strapless A-Line Gown in Lace This a-line gown features a strapless neckline with a natural waist in lace and embroidery. It has a sweep train. This gown is available in Plus Sizes
Wtoo by Watters Cecilia Gown Style 12011 Strapless, sweetheart neckline Tiered handkerchief skirt with alternating layers of textured organza and tulle Textured organza buttons to waist Crystal, beaded sash at waist Cathedral Train Sash also available separately as style 12703 SIZES: 00-32W COLORS: IVORY FABRICS: TEXTURED ORGANZA/TULLE AVAILABLE COLORS: WHITE, IVORY
Alfred Angelo Style 2123W Organza, Re-Embroidered Lace, Rhinestones, Crystal Beading & Sequins Optional Modesty Piece & Spaghetti Straps Chapel Train Sizes: 0 to 26W
Also, most of the JLM Collections are available in size ranging from 2-28. The Wtoo by Watters lines, has a Curvy selection. And even Jenny Packham opened her 2015 collection with a plus size gown.
I can’t wait to see what other designers jump on board. Just because we are large doesn’t mean we don’t care about fashion. I want to look as cute and sexy and a size two. Am I right ladies?
Also, check out Pretty Pear Bride it’s a magazine dedicated to curvy and plus size brides!
For the Curvy Brides
Not all brides are a size zero. Some are even in the double digits. I know gasp, how shocking!