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Shoes, Sandals or Flip Flops?

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Shoes, Sandals or Flip Flops?

Alright maybe flip flops is going a tad overboard, but never say never! It’s a question on every bride’s mind: “What shoes should I wear for the big day?”

If you’re getting married in Spring or Summer, then you have the option of choosing sandals for the happy occasion, not just shoes. Can’t make up your mind? Here are a few tips that might help you out…

#1 When making your choice, always remember that comfort comes first! We can’t stress that enough! There is nothing attractive about a bride who can’t walk or dance comfortably because her shoes are giving her grief!

#2 Think of your venue. If you are having your wedding outdoors, test out the ground by walking around in heels. Some outdoor venues can get quite uncomfortable if your heel keeps getting caught in the ground.

#3 Sandals are a sweet summery choice, but do consider the inconvenience that accompanies them: Your groom, as well as several other guests, might step on your toes on the dance floor. Ouch!

#4 Make sure you try on your shoes with your dress. The length of your dress is tied to the height of your heels.

#5 Why not add some color to your overall look? Think outside the box and go for colored shoes! Perhaps, something blue?



#6 If you’re getting married this season, then you are in luck because your fashion options are endless! It seems that everything is in style in 2012! Whether you’re looking for strappy sandals, wedges, flats, lace, platforms or stilettos, everything goes!


#7 Consider the option of changing into flats (or even cute slippers or flip flops) later on in the night. That will save your feet, and you’ll thank us the following day!




#8 Why not go the extra mile and give your guests the break too? Have a few baskets in the venue with rubber flip flops in them so that your guests can also change into something more comfortable, and dance the night away.