I’m looking at wedding shoes and I can’t decide. I’m thinking about just buying one pair, I want a pair of sparkly blue shoes, that are both comfortable and nice for both. I don’t know if it is customary to have two pairs of shoes, one for the ceremony and one for the reception? I would love to see a picture of everyone’s wedding shoes. I am less then a month away and not close to settling on a pair of shoes yet.
I wore the same pair for both the ceremony and reception — I packed a pair of sandals just in case the heels got to be too much, but they were comfortable enough that I was able to dance the night away without changing
I have a pair of nude louboutins for the cermony, and a pair of satin ballet flats to change into when the louboutins get too much. There's nothing wrong with having two pairs of shoes, whether that's for comfort, environmental reasons or even sentimental ones.
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I found a pair like that I liked with blue gemstones. I then decided against them. With the thinking what if I get them and it is missing a gem stone and then it is to late to return them and get a new pair shipped to me.
I'm wearing a fresh pair of sparkly white keds with blue ribbons for the laces for the whole day. My FH and I are quite short and I don't feel the need to wear heels. I also walk kind of funny in heels and want to make sure I'm comfortable and don't trip. I'm wearing a floor length dress so no one will see my shoes anyways.
I wore a pair of high heels and then changed into a pair of flip flops later when my feet got too sore. The flip flops I found though had these big thick bases so they were quite high so they didn't affect my dress length at all and it was great to have them to change in to. Also, because we got photos on the beach I wore them there too
The other thing I did was to buy a pair of silver shoes and to decorate them myself with sequins in the shape of a heart on the top of my shoe. You could find a pair that are very comfy and decorate them yourself if you can't find exactly what you want otherwise. It's always fun to shop for shoes though I think