When I first found my wedding dress, I had just had the stomach flu for a week and had lost 5-10 pounds. I wanted to wait to look for it, but time was just getting too short. I warned them when I tried it on I had lost weight, but they said it would be fine. They wound up ordering my dress a size smaller than what they had in the store because they said the one I was wearing was too big in the stomach area, and they'd put in an expander in the corset top.
Fast forward to now. At my last fitting, I tried the dress on (back at my normal weight). It was tight, but not too tight. Then, though, the alterations manager (who is a friend of mine) told me how to make back fat go away (pushing the skin forward from the back towards the chest). I was shocked when I saw it appeared I had a muffin top. It wasn't like this when I first got the dress (see the picture), and I've never had this problem before.
My wedding is in 30 days, and I don't have access to a gym. I've been doing some simple cardio and watching what I eat. Do you have any suggestions as to how to take care of this problem? Thanks!