• A Dress that Delivers!

    Posted on August 15, 2012 by in Mommy PlanHer Approved

    The Birthing Gown

    Beauty, Function, & Comfort-BG Birthing Gown

     Beautiful, Comfortable, & Functional are not words that typically describe a hospital gown,but that is because The Birthing Gown is so much more!

    BG's wrap style back allows for coverage and access for procedures

    I have yet to see anythng compareable that provides such style and comfort. The Birthing Gown is a wrap style dress made of a soft silky jersey.  The stretch fabric gives the soon-to-be-mom the freedom to move and the versatility to sit on a birthing ball, squat and give birth. The Velcro shoulders allow for ease of nursing, making it completely breastfeeding friendly. The Birthingown wraps around the body and ties closed at the empire waist, never again to reveal what she doesn’t want the public to see. Brainchild of Labor and Delivery Nurse Cindy Lintel the Birthing Gown reveals the true beauty of pregnancy while remaining fully fuctioning for medical staff. Completely made here in the USA, the quality and craftsmanship set it apart from any other hospital and labor and delivery gowns that are on the market. This truly is a dress that delivers!

    When we saw the delectible new colors we knew a photo shoot was in the future. So we rounded up one of our expecting mama’s to model and our dear friends at Blooming Pregnancy Spa and Imaging Center kindly provided a location. Imprintz Photography took some fantastic pictures which will be gracing BG and it’s retailers pages very soon.

    We are thrilled to announce that one beautiful Mama-to-be will have a chance to win a Birthing Gown all her own.

    Birthing Gown in Sea Breeze

    Birthing Gown in Sea Breeze


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11 Responsesso far.

  1. I love the way you wrote this article. This is wonderful. I do hope you intend to write more of these types of articles. Thank you for this interesting content!

  2. Awesome blog thanks for your time.

  3. Tracey says:

    We’re working on it right now lol! But I would love to win one of these gowns. When I had my son, I was lucky enough to have a dark pink hospital gown, so at least it wasn’t ugly (haha), but it tied at the back, which made breastfeeding right when he came out very difficult without taking it off! I love that this is a wrap-style gown that you could easily feed while still wearing it!

  4. Linda trinklein says:

    Same! we are working on it ;)
    I would <3 to win the gown.. it looks so soft! plus I love how easy it looks to pull down to brestfeed and do skin to skin time!
    And ofcourse it is SOO pretty !
    thanks again

  5. Danielle S says:

    I’m due Nov 1st! :) I love how nursing friendly this gown is, without having to be totally exposed as with most traditional hospital gowns!

  6. Donna O'Neil says:

    I love that it is made out of jersey and is soft.

  7. Melissa Munoz says:

    I am due on Oct. 2nd and I love this idea of a brithing gown. The colors are beautiful and I think the wrap style will definitely come in handy once the baby is born.

  8. Melissa Palmer says:

    Oh my goodness, I love this! Not currently pregnant, but we are hoping it’ll be any day! :D

    mjp_0419 at yahoo dot com

  9. Lexie Tifft says:

    Im due Dec. 2nd! Having a little girl! I love this gown because it will be easy to breastfeed and have skin to skin contact in after the baby is born without having to wear the hideous hospital gowns that leave you completely exposed. Love the gown.

  10. Anne N. says:

    I’m due Feb 25th. I love that the fabric stretches and the different colors.

  11. Adrienne Rudolph says:

    im not currently pregnant but i think this would make an awesome shower gift. i wish i had one when i had my babies, so much more stylish and probally more comfy too.

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