So, what is cheap? That’s very subjective of course. I’ve considered everything under 100 $ cheap maternity wedding dresses. Even if you don’t want or can’t afford something fancy and expensive you probably want something a little special, with the right wedding feel. If you just give yourself some time to look through the collections of the right stores, I’m sure you’ll find what you’re looking for. There are beautiful and affordable options on many of the maternity sites. Some of them have plus size options as well. Are you hunting for a plus size wedding dress you can head over here as well.
If you’re on a really tight budget you might get tempted to order from Chinese/Asian sites like June-Bridals, Dressafford, and tbdress. Both the dresses and the prices seem amazing at first sight. But I wouldn’t risk it. You could of course be ok with what you get. But it’s more likely that you’ve just wasted the few dollars you actually have. If it even gets to you in time. If you want to give it a try, make sure you:
- order in time
- are prepared for extra fees
- are prepared for lower quality
- won’t get a full refund if you’re not happy with it
- costly return shipping
- I don’t mean to scare you, but this is reality. Read through all the comments and reviews from disappointed brides-to-be online.
Cheap maternity wedding dresses
As mentioned, you can find affordable and delightful maternity wedding dresses online in a couple of different places. I got 5 go-to places when it comes to maternity wedding stuff. They all have quite different styles and directions. Which is a great thing. I’m sure you’ll find something thing that’ll suits your specific taste.
If you already know the stores you can head over there directly and check out their maternity dresses. If you want to know more about the stores and get my top choices for cheap maternity wedding dresses, just keep scrolling. I hope you’ll get inspired if nothing else.
Three terms that describe Pinkblush
Modern mother, trendy, versatility
I think Pinkblush is a great place to find really nice and stylish maternity clothes. No matter the occasion. Weddings are no exception. They’re all about a fresh, modern mother that should feel super confident in her pregnancy. As they themselves express it “not your mothers maternity’ clothes”. I think that’s so funny. They also have an awesome plus size department. Pinkblush want to be a lifestyle and not just a brand.
Except that Pinkblush have lots and lots of cheap and cute maternity clothes, they design with versatility in mind. This means two things. They want you to be able to use most of your clothes even after pregnancy. And they don’t want you to get ruined building a maternity wardrobe. It should be easy to mix and match with clothes you already have. To style it up and down for different occasions. Clothes should be worn time and time again.
I think lace is such a classy and feminine choice for a wedding dress. And it’s not just the lace that makes this a good choice. The fitted style, rounded neckline, ruched sides and 3/4 sleeve together forms av classic and beautiful silhouette. On a tight budget this would definitely be a string contender for me.
Three terms that describe Tiffany Rose
High quality, for special occasions, timeless design with a twist
Tiffany Rose was created by no one else but Tiffany herself. Her goal was to “offer pregnant women the chance to wear exciting, elegant, beautiful and well-made designs for special occasions”. I think that is such a well summarized description of the clothes and company. We’re not talking about trendy and hip here. We’re talking about iconic designs with a hint of vintage and a slight modern twist. No bright colors or bold statements. But shades, hues and textures.
I think Tiffany Rose have so many beautiful and flattering styles for pregnant women. You will not get disappointed here. Not with the quality, not with dress, and nor with their service. The down side being the price tag. Their dresses are generally a little more expensive. Not unbearably expensive in my opinion, but definitely not cheap. But don’t be sad. They do have a couple of options under a 100 $. And the dresses are more than fine.
For a few extra $ you can actually get a quality dress from Tiffany Rose. It’s very similar to the one from Pinkblush but it does have some advantages. Instead of nylon/spandex you’ll get soft jersey material and it has a pleating just under the bust which gives flattering shape to your pregnant body. A step up in quality (and price).
Three terms that describe Seraphine
Designed clothes, on trend, celebrities and royals
Seraphine might be the most well-known maternity brand in the industry. Since 2002 they’ve focused on really well-designed maternity clothes that are following the fashion trends. Miles away from dreary unfitting t-shirts and stripes that make you look like a grandma. Here you get comfortable trendy outfits that makes you look beautiful. Like the clothes you use when you’re not pregnant (it shouldn’t be rocket science to get that’s what we want).
If you scroll though their collections, you’ll see pictures of pregnant celebrities and royals wearing clothes from Seraphine. They have even created a Diana Collection in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales. As you can imagine they have a lot of gorgeous dresses. But also, other innovative maternity wear.
Can you believe this dress can be yours for under a 100 $? I can’t. I think it’s so beautiful and exclusive. To me, this dress has it all. A lace back, high quality fabric, a flattering fit all through pregnancy, cap sleeves, beautifully draped skirt and a wrap design with an empire waist. It also has easy nursing access. How about that!
Three terms that describe ASOS
Express yourself, body positive, design for everyone
ASOS might be my personal favorite. They have so many cool maternity clothes. But that’s not the coolest part. It’s their brand, what they stand for and how they’re marketing themselves that are. To them, clothes and fashion are experimentation, freedom, expression and confidence. It’s about being yourself and being unique. And that is ok. It’s more than ok, it’s the way it should be.
No matter your size and shape, ASOS wants to bring you fresh stuff to wear. They work with hundreds of models and they never alter their appearances . Hello stretch marks and cellulites. Boost your individuality and check out ASOS Curve, Tall, Petite and Maternity.
This is not the cheapest dress but it’s still reasonably priced at just above 110$. And it is just lovely and a little sensual with that Bardot sleeve and midi length. It’s a beautiful dress that will fit you no matter where you are in your pregnancy.
Three terms that describe ASOS
Creative, one of a kind, handmade
If you haven’t heard of Etsy you’re in for a treat. It’s an exciting idea and place. Etsy is a community of sellers of unique and creative goods. That means you can find one of a kind, hand crafted items at a really good price. It’s a global market with millions of buyers.
The trick here is to find the right seller. There are thousands upon thousands of sellers and naturally the quality and prices vary. They do have a review/rating system that is quite good. It’s no guarantee of course, and it is time consuming. But don’t be discouraged. Etsy could be the answer you’ve been looking for. Finding amazing and cheap maternity wedding dresses is definitely a possibility here.
This is perfect for a boho, hippie chic wedding. I think it’s super dreamy with ruffled bottom, lace cap sleeves and flowy feel. And don’t worry, it’s not sheer. It has a silk lining underneath. A dress that will fit you no matter the size of your belly. The dress is designed and produced in the USA.
Did you find what you were looking for?
Don’t get hung up on my choices. Even though I think they’re the best =) Give yourself some time to check out the options available in the stores. And dare to think a little outside the box. If you want to get away with a cheap wedding, you’ll have to be a little creative. I would love to see what you find. Good luck on the hunt.