We are so used to wearing wedding dresses and hats that we may be surprised by how much of a difference a pre-pregnant bride makes to her own appearance.
When I first started wearing wedding clothes, my sister, who is now pregnant with my brother’s baby, was surprised by the changes.
“I just got pregnant and I’m wearing all my wedding dresses,” she told me.
“Now, I can see it better and I feel more comfortable.”
The change can be so profound.
For example, my aunt, who lives in New York City, is pregnant with our baby and is in a wedding dress that I am in now.
My sister, whose husband washes dishes in the same house, is not wearing a wedding gown, which has been a staple of her life.
“You have to be willing to give up your wedding dresses to the other people in your life because they are not in love with your wedding dress,” said my aunt.
“But if you are in love, you want to be able to wear something that is beautiful.
So I am very grateful for my aunt and that is what I have decided to do.”
When I ask my sister if she has noticed any differences between her wedding dresses that she’s worn before and those she is wearing now, she tells me, “Well, I’m happy with my wedding gown.
But I am always changing it.”
For me, it was the same story: When I was in a different wedding gowns and a different room, I would think to myself, I am so glad I am not in a dress anymore.
“Because the other day when I got home, I was really worried about my wedding,” my sister told me, looking at her wedding gown in the mirror.
“So I was wearing a dress that was a little bit different.”
I don’t know if she’s been wearing wedding gown since that day or if it’s because she has changed, but I am now a bride who wears a gown that is different.
It’s a lot easier for me to be myself and not feel like I have to wear the same thing every day.
“It’s definitely a big change, but you have to accept it because it’s just going to take time,” said Ms. Woodhouse, who also works as a stylist.
“If you don’t, it’s not going to change,” she said.