If you're going to have a big bump and be pregnant on your big day, these stylish maternity wedding dresses are just what you need for walking down the aisle. We've trawled the high street so you don't have to, and brought you plenty of affordable maternity wedding dresses for the big day.
One of the most flattering fits for a maternity dress is the A-line shape. It highlights your bump while putting it in proportion with the rest of your body. This neat little lace cocktail dress shows your figure off to its best advantage while still giving you the freedom to let loose on the dance floor.
Getting married on a scorching hot summer's day can pose a problem at the best of times but especially when you're pregnant. This Topshop number is light to keep you cool, while the lace sleeves and cold shoulder cut-outs give it a boho, laid-back vibe that's bound to go down well with wedding guests.
You can't fail to miss the vintage influence on this Mamalicious frock - the delicate lace embellishment around the neck and side tie belt are pretty details, while the soft chiffon fabric hugs your bump while leaving you comfortable to enjoy the day.
Tiffany Rose don't name names but apparently the Amelia Dress is a favourite among the celebrity mums-to-be. Intricate lace shows off the shoulders, neck and upper arms while the main body of the dress is lined with a stretchy jersey. The look is finished off with a wide satin sash that frames your bump perfectly.
Why not mix things up a bit on your wedding day with a bright, bold print? This simple wrap dress from asos comes with a pretty vintage design, ideal if your wedding day is a casual low-key affair. Made from jersey, the fun frock is designed to fit all stages of pregnancy and it’s machine-washable so you can wear it after all the festivities are over too.
Up the glamour stakes on your special day in this silk maternity wedding dress. A twist on the usual white, this gown comes in champagne and is made from luxurious fabric, which cascades elegantly to the ankle from an empire line waist just above your bump.
It's part and parcel of being pregnant that you feel a bit self-conscious about your body, so getting married when you're expecting - with everyone looking at you and taking photos - can seem a daunting prospect. Enter the dress coat. With three-quarter length sleeves, a discreet fastening under the bust and ending just above the knee, this smart jacket is the perfect addition to your wedding wardrobe. It also comes with just a hint of Spandex so nothing will seem too tight.
When Kate Middleton stepped out in head-to-toe lace on her wedding day, she started a trend that hasn't gone away even six years later. Channel your inner royal bride with this full-length lace maxi dress from Mamalicious. We love the scoop neckline, plus there's an optional coffee-coloured satin waist band if you want to add some colour.
Reminiscent of the wedding dress that a pregnant Lily Allen worn when she married in 2011, this gown is made from a beautiful French lace with drapes effortlessly over your curves. There are some sweet little details that will look great in photos, including a crossover V neckline and matching plunging V back.
Your wedding day should be unique to you so why not choose a dress that allows you to put your own stamp on things? This jersey maxi has a simple lace detail around V-neck and cold shoulders, leaving plenty of scope if you want to add your own, statement-making accessories.
If you want your bump to be the centre of attention on your wedding day, try this asos cami dress on for size. With a body-con fit, kick split and V-neck lace top, this dress just screams stylish "mum-to-be". Plus, it's made with 5% elastane and comes with adjustable straps so you can get it fitting just right.
The last thing you want to be doing on your big day is worrying about how to breastfeed so the clever people at Tiffany Rose have come up with this nursing gown, complete with a discreet wrap that can easily be untied when you need it. The bodice and premium jersey fabric also allow room for a pregnancy or post-pregnancy bump so whatever stage you're at, this gorgeous gown has it covered.
Take a leaf out of Kate Moss' book and give your bridal look a festival feel. Forget a traditional wedding gown and try this off-the-shoulder number. While the dress itself is very simple, the transparent lace sleeves are embellished with colourful floral designs, adding something a little different to the cuffs.
Celebrate your inner goddess with this Grecian-inspired, silk chiffon gown. Hidden stretchy side panels and a sweetheart neckline highlight your growing curves. Plus, it has the added bonus of being customisable thanks to a detached shoulder sash.
One for the more-confident pregnant bride, this strapless dress has an oversized ruffle and ruching around the waist to give your growing bump some extra space. Its fashion-forward midi hemline is also a nod to this year’s trends.