Post # 1
Wedding planning has been so fun and easy EXCEPT FOR THE SHOES! I never expected the shoes to be the only real source of stress!
(our colors are ivory and eggplant)
Ok, so the only comfortable shoes in a medium heel that I could find are these:
I’m not sure which ones I’m going to go with, but how do you ladies think adding these flowers to the toes of the shoes would look –
Post # 3
Just wanted to say that I wore the exact same shoes for my wedding! Nina culver! Very comfy! I think they are a classy enough shoe that you wouldn’t need the flowerIBM my honest opinion
Post # 4
I love the flower and think it would look awesome on the shoes. Honestly, no one really sees much of your shoes, so if it makes you happy, go for it!
Post # 5
I really like the flower and I think it will add something really special to the shoe!! If anyone sees anything, it will be the toe of your shoe, so they’ll probably see the flower 🙂
Post # 6
I’m wearing the same shoes too! (But in yellow.) I would either add the flowers to the ivory shoes (which I voted for) or wear the purple shoes without a flower.
I’m planning to add some ruffles like these to my Ninas: http://greenweddingshoes.com/diy-pretty-shoes/
Post # 7
I’m a shoe-clip lover, so I say go for it! And try it someplace like the side of the heel or something, just for kicks (ha).
Post # 8
Go for it!! The flower is very pretty 🙂 It’ll add a little something extra 🙂
Post # 9
@HollyF9986: Which does did you end up going with? If you used the shoe clip can you please send me pictures of your shoes on your wedding day? I’m having the hardest time accessorizing my nina culvers. The rhinestone shoe clips I bought just don’t lay flat. Thank you!