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So I'm currently 4 weeks pregant and on my wedding day I should be 15 weeks. I already brought my expensive mermaid dress that's supposed to shape my body and I don't know what to do about the bump. Does anyone know any ways I can hide the bump in a safe way .. thank you
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I didn't start showing until 21 weeks and even then most people didn't even notice until I pointed it out. Plus your breasts will be looking amazing so there's that...
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I'm battling the same issue right now. I just find out I'm pregnant and will be 14 weeks on my wedding day. My only hope here is that I don't get big super fast.
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I got married at 5months so I had the same worries younhad not so much hiding it but still firing your dress is probably your main concern. My dress fit perfectly and I had a corset top flairrd bottom. It blended it great I think your style dress could possibly do the same I also got the control top panties to kind of flatter my shape and keep it from looking bulky.but at 12 weeks you should be barely showing.
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If there's a dress that works with a baby bump it would be the mermaid dress! Plus if it's your first baby you probably won't be much bigger anyway ☺
Congrats on wedding and baby
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Im 15 weeks and i still fit in my normal clothes and im a skinny girl so i dnt think it would be a big baby bump but every bodys different just keep yur babysafe
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You could always just Blane it on period bloat if no one knows
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I don't think there is a safe way of "hiding" a baby bump.
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