Woman lost 111lbs after being desperate to fit into a wedding dress

Bride-to-be who ate donuts for breakfast and couldn’t do the zips up on wedding dresses at 256lbs unveils her amazing transformation after losing 111lbs

  • Meredith Hutson, 26, from Texas feared she wouldn’t find a wedding dress 
  • The bride-to-be got engaged in the summer of 2019 and immediately realized that she couldn’t fit into any of her dream dress designs 
  • She set out to transform her body and managed to lose 50lbs before her wedding to now-husband Steven in November 2020 
  • After the ceremony, she continued to lose weight, and has since lost a further 60lbs, going from a starting weight of 256lbs to just 145lbs in two years  
  • Meredith also dropped eight dress sizes, going from a size 22 to a size six 
  • Now, the fitness fanatic is focused on ‘stubborn areas’ and building muscle mass 

A woman who was inspired to transform her physique after struggling to find a wedding dress that fit has unveiled her amazing transformation after losing 110lbs.

Meredith Hutson, 26, from Texas, was left devastated after trying on wedding dresses following her engagement and finding they wouldn’t zip up due to her weight.

The hairdresser – who weighed 256lbs at her heaviest – set to work on losing weight in August 2019 with just over a year to go until her wedding to now husband Steven Hutson, 25, and now weighs 145lbs.

Previously, she would breakfast on donuts before dining on fast food all day, but now her diet is full of lean protein. 

By her wedding day in November 2020, Meredith had lost 49lbs and fit into her wedding dress but she didn’t stop there, as she went on to lose another 56lbs and dropped eight dress sizes.

A bride-to-be who weighed 256lbs when she got engaged (pictured) has revealed how she was inspired to shed a staggering 111lbs after learning she couldn’t zip up any wedding dresses 

Meredith Hutson, 26, was left devastated when she started shopping for her dream dress for her wedding to now-husband Steven, only to discover that none fit her – so she made it her mission to slim down, eventually losing 98lbs (pictured) 

Spot the difference: By the time she tied the knot, Meredith had lost 50lbs (left) but she continued her fitness journey after the big day, and has since shed a further 60lbs (right)

Now working as a fitness coach, Meredith went from a dress size of 22 to a dress size of six in the space of two years.

Meredith said: ‘My whole life I was overweight and no matter what fad diet I tried, I would lost a little bit and then after a few months I would give up and gain it all back plus extra.’

‘When I was 24, I was faced with serious health issues and was concerned about my overall health and future given my weight so everyday, I was suffering from headaches, rashes, nausea, and doctors could never find a problem besides a thyroid condition.’

‘One day, I realized my health had reached this low point because of my weight and that’s when I made the decision to start my weight loss journey.’

‘After getting engaged, the wedding motivated me to lose weight because when I was dress shopping, I had trouble fitting in dresses or doing the zip up at several stores.’

‘It was really discouraging but by my wedding day, I felt beautiful and although I wasn’t at my goal weight, I was so proud of what I had accomplished.’

‘My husband has supported me so much on this journey and he’s always encouraged me to stay on track.’

Meredith first started losing weight by joining a gym in August 2019 and changing her eating habits.

The fitness fanatic went from weighing 256lbs to 145lbs in just two years and is now helping others do the same. 

Previously a dress size 3XL and bra size DDD (pictured), Meredith weight trained six days a week to cut down to a dress size 6 and a bra size B

Meredith and Steven together prior to her weight loss. Steven cooks for the pair daily and taught Meredith valuable advice about nutrition for when she makes her own meals

By her wedding day in November 2020, Meredith had lost 49lbs, fit into her wedding dress and felt ‘beautiful’

Now past her original goal weight, Meredith plans to continue losing weight further before focusing her efforts on building muscle 

She added: ‘In a little over two years, I lost all of that weight whilst gaining muscle mass from simply counting my macros and eating in the correct calorie deficit along with weight training six days a week.

When she first started to lose weight, Meredith posted about her progress on social media and found the support from other pushed her to work harder and share how others could do the same. Pictured post weight loss

‘My sizes changed completely; I went from a 3XL to a small in clothes and my bra size went from a DDD to a B.’

‘I started posting on social media when I first started losing weight and the support I was getting from others was amazing so I pushed even harder and shared more to show others that it could be done.’

‘I then started giving others advice at that point and then found a true passion in helping others.’

‘My husband cooks for us daily and at the beginning of my journey, he worked away from home so he would spend his days teaching me everything nutrition wise so I was able to cook the right food for myself when he was away.’

‘I am still in the process of transforming my body and am still currently in a calorie deficit as of now.’

‘Although I am way past my goal, my plan is to stay in a deficit for a little bit longer to target certain stubborn areas and then in a few months I will be doing a small bulk to strictly gain muscle mass.’


Breakfast: Donuts

Lunch: Fast Food

Snacks: Hot Cheetos, Easy Mac (Mac & Cheese) & candy

Dinner: Fast food or a microwaveable meal



Breakfast: Egg whites, turkey bacon with English muffin or protein pancakes

Lunch: Tuna with crackers or Chicken Salad sandwich

Snacks:  Beef Jerky, Yogurt, Protein drinks/bars/oatmeal

Dinner: Grilled Chicken with black beans or potatoes with veggies

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