Post # 1
Being a simple sort of person and a budget-conscious planner, I pulled out my pair of cream wedges in hopes of reusing them for my upcoming wedding. Then I bought my dress, a discontinued style I searched high and low for… which was only available in white. Drat.
Can I still wear these cream wedges with my white dress?
I figure no one will really see the shoes under my dress, and my bouquet is full of whites, creams, and other neutrals. In fact, the bouquet and shoes look pretty nice together.
I will be walking on uneven cobblestones, and the fiancé isn’t much taller, so I would be looking for a sturdy replacement heel (max 1in.) if any.
The shoes (ignore this dress):
Help a girl out?
Post # 3
I don’t think it matters and I definitely wouldn’t say tacky. No one ever asked to see my shoes and you can’t see them in any of the pictures or even in the video of our first dance. Some people are into shoes and they want pictures of their shoes and so forth, but if you don’t care too much (and it sounds like you don’t), you could really be wearing anything under there.
Post # 4
Totally fine and not tacky. Wear the shoes and save some money
Post # 5
Ivory and white are fine together. Just like brown with black work and even silver with gold. 😀
I just heard a story that they used to sell special satin wedding shoes at Nordstrom. You would bring your dress in and they would die the shoes to exactly match the ivory of your dress. This is no longer the case 🙂