Where to Find Affordable Bridal Lingerie


Part of getting married is the wedding night and the honeymoon. All brides want to look and feel beautiful and sexy for their new husband! That being said, once you start looking around you might be a little sticker shocked like I was. Lingerie can be expensive!!

In order to not break the bank, I wanted to share a few places that offer affordable options that are very cute and have nice quality (from my experience).

When shopping for lingerie, whether it’s to wear under your dress the day of the wedding, or to take on the honeymoon and beyond, there are a few things to keep in mind:

The first thing to remember is that no one will see you in this but your husband! So it doesn’t need to be over-the-top expensive. You realistically won’t wear it for very long, and probably not too often, so it doesn’t need to live up to your typical standards for undergarment quality.

Item #2 is see what kind of things your new hubby likes. Men like a whole different assortment of things, and there are so many options to match their and your tastes. Talk about it and browse around to get an idea. I’m sure he’ll think you look amazing in anything, but it’s all the better to wear something you know he likes!

However, don’t ONLY wear what he likes if it’s not what you feel best in. Women are at their most beautiful and sexy when they feel good about themselves and what they’re in! Confidence is the sexiest accessory.

That all being said, here are some options for the bride on a budget!

Forever 21 has a great variety of pieces to choose from that are super affordable.


Adore Me has great quality stuff, and is a bit more expensive but still totally doable.


Amazon has a ton of options, too, but always make sure to read the reviews before buying!! Some of the really cheap things are just that — really cheap! Here are some pieces that had pretty good reviews.


Yandy is another site I found that had a ton of options that didn’t break the bank. I can’t link their stuff, so just check them out here.


What style makes you feel your best?!

Happy Shopping!





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