Do Bubbles Stain Wedding Dresses?

Do Bubbles Stain Wedding Dresses?

If you’re like many brides, the idea of blowing bubbles at your wedding is pretty appealing. But if you’re worried about whether or not bubbles will stain your wedding dresses, you’re not alone! In this blog post, we’ll discuss some things to consider before deciding whether or not to blow bubbles on your big day. We’ll also give you some tips for avoiding any potential damage to your dress and your options for bubbles that minimize the risk of damage.

A Few Things to Keep in Mind

When it comes to bubbles and wedding dresses, there are a few things to keep in mind. First of all, if you’re worried about bubbles damaging your dress, you can always opt to change into a different outfit before the bubble-blowing portion of the day. This way, you can protect your dress and still enjoy the fun!

More Options

Another option is to wear something over your dress that will act as a barrier between the bubbles and the fabric. A veil or cape would be a good choice for this. If you go this route, just be sure to remove the protective layer before heading inside for any post-ceremony celebrations.

Other Types of Bubbles

Finally, if you really want to blow bubbles on your wedding day but don’t want to risk damaging your dress, there are some types of bubbles that are specifically designed not to stain. Look for bubbles that are made with glycerin or other non-staining ingredients. These bubbles will be less likely to cause any damage, but they may not last as long in the air.

Stain Free Bubbles

Here are some options you will find for your stain-free bubbles as well as additional recommendations:


So there you have it! Some things to think about if you’re considering blowing bubbles on your wedding day. We hope this information has been helpful and that you can enjoy your big day without worry! Congratulations!

Hi, my name is Aaron! I'm glad to be the founder of Wedistry, a collection of tools and tips to prepare couples for their wedding day. I am currently the manager of the Wedistry Blog and Wedistry for Wedding Parties on the App Store. Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you find this content helpful during your wedding planning process.