Just found out this week I am pregnant. Good thing wedding is April 4. Almost a month away. When wedding comes should be bout 12 weeks.
Any advice for brides that gone through this. Feel tad stress but so happy and excited bout this. Not sure if we gonna tell all our family before or after wedding but we are surely telling immediate family before wedding.
Congratulationssssss. That’s such a blessing. You won’t be showing abs but your boobs will probably be a little bigger you should be fine. One of my best friends found out she was pregnant a week before. She had a small sip of Champagne at their toast and they announced it at the wedding it was such a happy moment.
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You’d still be able to wear shape wear the baby will only be the size of a lemon so you won’t be squishing her.
Congratulations!!!!!!!! What an amazing year 💛 I would tell Immediate family only (if you want) and wait to announce your pregnancy until after the wedding - maybe when you send out the “thank yous” you can add in that you are annoying me and mrs____ and baby___
Aww congrats!! I have two young daughters aged 5 & 2 and I definitely understand the excitement but nervousness that comes with being a mom. I would wait until after your first trimester to announce your pregnancy. Just to be safe. All the best, wishing you a lovely pregnancy, and a beautiful birth of your baby when the time comes.
Omg this is awesome congrats! Me and my fiancé are dying to get pregnant but we are waiting until after the wedding. Is your dress tight and will they know? How exciting would it be to reveal the big news on your wedding night!
You may want to talk to your seamstress about coming in shortly before your wedding to check the fit of your dress. I say this as one whose boobs grew almost immediately, and whose waist had grown at least a bit by 12 weeks. The change should be small enough that it can easily be fixed with alterations, but you don't want to be uncomfortable on your wedding day.
Otherwise, you'll have the inconvenience of not being able to drink at your wedding. If you haven't told everyone, you may want to arrange for some festive-looking nonalcoholic drink, so it's not so obvious that you're avoiding drinking.
As for when to tell people, it's very individual. Some people wait until after the first trimester, because they want to make sure it won't miscarry before telling people. Others tell people immediately, figuring that this will enable them to have more supportive people if they do have a miscarriage.