We now have a maternity line! The colors are limited because these are brand new fabrics, so if the color you need isn't listed, it means we're just not able to offer it in one or more of the fabrics the dress is made with right now.
Ordering your maternity gown doesn't have to be hard. We've done our best to simplify the process for you, to make sure you get the perfect dress. Measure your bust and hips only and find your closest match on the maternity size chart, which can also be found on every dress's order page. As your body changes daily, we suggest you order your dress no sooner than 10 weeks in advance.
The following recommendations are only applied to regular bridesmaid dresses NOT dresses from our maternity line!
If you're not ordering a maternity-specific style you'll want to follow our recommendations for when you should order regular dresses. Our general rule for maternity is that your belly will grow about 1 inch every 4 weeks. Measure your waist at the largest part now and then add an inch to your waist for every 4 weeks leading up to your event date. If you have any questions or need help with figuring out your measurements, just contact us with your waist measurement now and the date of the event and we can determine how much extra you should add to your waist.
For the bust, it usually is fine to remain the same, but you can always add a couple of inches to the bust if you are already seeing growth and have the dress taken in if needed. We recommend ordering a custom size with the added measurements and using our alterations reimbursement to have the dress altered to fit your body more accurately when you receive the dress.
Dress under $99 - limit $35
Dress $100 - $199 - limit $50
Dress above $200 - limit $75
You may also feel more comfortable if you have the boning removed from the dress, but this is a super easy alteration for a local tailor to do!
Please keep in mind that while we do our best to guess how much growth you will see, maternity is always tricky and there is no hard and fast way to know how much your belly will grow. You may grow more, or you may grow less, we can't be absolutely positive!
For help with measuring, check out some of these handy videos for reference!
Bust - https://bit.ly/1IOnvQA
Waist - https://bit.ly/1Pa3yas
Hips - https://bit.ly/1JvLisd