Shoes can make a difference on how you feel especially on your wedding day. If your feet hurt it is no fun. Here are some samples that have been the favorites of my brides for different reasons. First are a pair of soft and pretty shoes that are elegant, pretty and comfortable. They looked great with the brides Silk Flower bouquet and silk dress.
These were worn on a hot July day and were simple in style but the shiny stones shown bright when the bride changed into an elegant party dress for the first dance.
The guys shoes can be less interesting unless comfort is the main concern. These guys decided to wear ‘Dress Sneakers’. Nice and comfortable for a garden wedding on a hot summer day. In a church? Naah!
I love the simple design and texture of these shoes.
Now, if you want to make a statement…try something bold.
Sandals with a flair are great for tall brides so they don’t tower over their groom.
Some brides choose to change shoes – one for the ceremony and the other for dancing. Shoes you can kick off in an instant if you feel like it and match the wedding colors. If an investment in a pair shoes as a one occasion purchase is not your thing, try finding practical ones that you can wear over and over again for any occasion.
Not too many people put their attention on the shoes when they see the bride… maybe its the dress, veil or hair piece, bouquet that the guests ooh and aah about. All that is important, but nothing matters more than the smile and anticipation on the face of the bride as she walks down the aisle to join the love of her life. That is the most beautiful thing.