- 5 years ago
- Wedding: March 2014
In what way? How are they uncomfortable right now? What kind of shoes are they?
I would like to know as well! Subscribing to the topic!
@meowbride: Funny you should ask…just read this article earlier today:
What helped me the best with my heels were to practice walking in them and added padded inserts where they may rub uncomfortably like the back.
I added clear, padded gel inserts made specifically for heels. They kept my feet from slipping and were super cushiony. My feet felt so nice the whole night 🙂
I practiced walking in my heels that I wore for the pictures and ceremony, but I also bought a pair of comfy, white wedges that I put on for the reception. We danced all night, so I figured the best option for me was taking off the stilettos and putting on my dancing shoes
I wore them around the house and in my dress at my fittings. They were pretty comfortable to begin with, so they held up ok.
The biggest tip I can give you is to take an extra pair of shoes in the same heel height to the reception. I did this as a Bridesmaid or Best Man once and after spending most of the day standing in one pair, the 2nd pair (even though they were just as high) felt like a dream. So, for my wedding, I had the same game plan it worked like a charm. My feet still hurt at the end of the night (mostly because my dress was so heavy and I was carrying around all that extra weight + dancing the night away)… but I couldn’t imagine doing it another way! 🙂
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