Post # 1
I love beautiful heels and used to wear them all the time. There’s no way I won’t wear heels on our wedding day. However, I don;t wear heels very often anymore. I’m worried I won’t be comfortable and will be limping halfway through the night!
I’m thinking it might be wise to stash a more comfortable pair in case this happens. Anyone else doing this?
Post # 3
@solidarity: I have a pair of Badgley Mischka heels for the ceremony and a pair of cheaper wedges for the reception or whenever I can’t handle the heels anymore. Both pairs are the same height, but I may also bring some flats or sandals if I really get uncomfortable by the end of the night. Which now that I type it out sounds ridiculous. Who needs 3 pairs of shoes for one night?
Post # 4
@emelee: I’m the same. I have BMs for the ceremnoy but will be bringing flats. I have hear while beautiful her shoes are very uncomfortable even with being broken in.
Post # 5
@JessSeny: I have been wearing mine around the house and they seem ok for me. And they’re so gorgeous that either way I’ll just suck it up!
Post # 6
My dress doesn’t have a train, but I really want it to be long and flowy for the ceremony, so I am thinking about wearing flats for the ceremony, and heels for the reception so that I won’t be dancing all over the bottom of the dress. Also, I want a beautiful picture of my bridal heels done by my awesome photographer, so that’s another reason why I am getting the heels.
Post # 7
@solidarity: You could do that or like a PP said wear the heels around the house. I wore mine with socks to like stretch them and it worked.
Post # 8
The bestway to stretch out heels is to put them on with sweat socks and hold a hot hair dryer on them for a few minutes. Works every time.