Do you know the two types of wedding lingerie?
Ceremony and reception: Your bridal gown conceals invisible items that cover, support, and smooth your figure. For an enhanced, comfortable, and seamless silhouette, choose plain, practical styles. Embellishments like lace and ruffles create unwanted lumps under a form-fitting dress. Save them for act two.
Honeymoon suite: Change into something more revealing for your private wedding night celebration. Go opaque for demure romance, or pick sheer fabrics and cutouts for a daring vibe.
Why are great foundations wedding essential? They go beyond shaping your body to easing your bridal gown’s fit for the cleanest, most flattering look. This wedding lingerie guide will help you select budget-priced JJ’s House shapewear like corsets, bustiers, teddies, and briefs. Browse our lingerie sets for bra, panty, garter belt, and/or stocking combinations.
Match undergarments to these wedding gown elements:
Plunging neckline: Try low-cut shapewear or bra cups with adhesive to secure them out of sight.
Strapless dress: You can avoid sagging if you wear a strapless bra under a bodice that hugs your bust and waist closely.
Backless gown: Strapless and backless shapers with adhesive keep bra cups in place.
Slinky fit: Stretchy shapewear will smooth any flaws and eliminate panty lines. A teddy is a body suit that will flatten your tummy while a corset will cinch in your waist. Both create clean lines while adding back support. Short-style briefs will compress your bottom and/or thighs.
Colors: Even under white opaque bridal gowns, colors like beige or apricot that match your skin tone will look more natural than wedding white. Stay with your dress shade if undergarments will show through sheer fabrics.
Choose shapewear for common body concerns:
Small chest: Order a bustier to push up your breasts for enhanced cleavage.
Round midsection: A Victorian-inspired corset will flatten while defining your waist.
Little rear: Padded underwear and butt-lifting shapewear add curves.
Full thighs: Pick a shaper with longer legs to smooth your thighs.
Bare legs: A garter belt wraps around your hips over your panties. Ribbon suspenders clip onto and secure retro stockings to prevent slipping, leaving just your upper thighs bare.
Will your new husband remove a bridal garter from your thigh and toss it to eligible bachelors at your reception? Popular frills include lace, rhinestones, imitation pearls, flowers, ribbons, and bows. Coordinate this accessory with your wedding colors, make it your something blue, or choose classic white.
Wedding Night Lingerie
Are you eager for after-dark seclusion on your big day? Slip into wedding lingerie like bra and panty sets, teddies, nightgowns, and robes. Flaunt new sensations throughout your honeymoon. Let your personality and intimacy level with your better half guide your selection. From sweet to sultry, you need to feel confident and desirable.
Trendy lingerie types include:
Bra and panty sets: Private-party apparel options focus on revealing your sexiness and wowing your man rather than providing coverage and support. Tempting bra features include push-up elements, half cups, strappy detailing, lace, and bows. Bras come with bikini panties or rear-baring thongs. Revisit our lingerie sets above for even more irresistible late-night looks your lucky husband will love.
Corsets and bustiers: Review our shapewear section again for embellished corsets and bustiers. Flirty lace, ruffles, and bows elevate undergarments to boudoir glam status.
Teddies: These fashions resemble sexy one-piece swimsuits. Extras from see-through lace and tulle fabrics to naughty cutouts make them even more alluring.
Baby dolls: Short, loose-fitting baby doll pajamas have empire waists that sit under your bust. They feature solid, split, or transparent fronts and bikini bottoms or thongs.
Nightgowns: If you’re a shy bride, try short or long nightgowns that go from partial coverage with sheer panels to overall opaque.
Robes: Slip robes over sleepwear for modesty or big reveals.
Colors: Many possibilities make color selection fun. Follow tradition by wearing white on your wedding night. Choose soft pastels for an innocent or conservative look. To go wild, flaunt seductive red, hot pink, or black. Consider your skin tone. Bright shades contrast with fair complexions. Pale colors blend with cool undertones. For medium coloring, try muted tints like creamy hues, dusty pink, and lilac. Rich neutrals from champagne to coffee brown suit an olive appearance with deep undertones. Vivid statement intensities including red and royal blue complement dark skin best.