Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: John Stamos & Pregnant Caitlin McHugh Tie the KnotCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: John Stamos & Pregnant Caitlin McHugh Tie the Knot

By Jessica Gomez

In celebrity news, celebrity couple John Stamos and Caitlin McHugh got married! According to, the celebrity wedding took place on Saturday at the Little Brown Church in Studio City, followed by the reception at Stamos’ home in Beverly Hills. The magical day will be one of many considering McHugh is pregnant with the happy couple’s first celebrity baby.

This celebrity wedding was one for the books. What are some ways to honor your unborn child at your wedding?

Cupid’s Advice:

In today’s day and age, there’s no shame with being a pregnant bride! Cupid has some ideas on ways to give some recognition to your little bundle of joy:

1. Include a personal vow to your unborn child: If the wedding guests already know you’re prego or you wish to deliver the news right then and there, then this is a great way to honor your unborn baby. It’s a sweet way to do a blessing for your baby at a wedding. It makes your wedding day about a whole family-to be, instead of just the couple.

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2. Show off your baby bump: Look majestic AF in a beautiful gown. Flaunt that baby bump by choosing the right maternity dress for you! And flaunt the other parts of you that may be getting bigger as well. This is your big day and you need to show all of your glory to your wedding guests. Honor your baby by not trying to hide the baby bump, unless you’re trying to keep it on the down-low for now.

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3. Wedding photos: You can also honor your unborn baby by posing for photos with your spouse. Pinterest has a bunch of ideas for cute pregnant wedding photos. It’s a beautiful and magical way to include your unborn child on such a special day, and you will have it documented to always cherish.

Which way would you like to include your unborn child in your wedding? Comment below!