Post # 1
Hi Ladies! I went shopping in Phoenix, AZ while I was visiting this weekend and ended up finding a couple pairs of shoes that I love!! I bought both colors cause I couldn’t choose which one I would like.. Now my problem is that I have always invisioned having HOT PINK tulle under my dress… so I am worried that the rose gold ones wouldn’t look good with the pink so I bought the silver ones too.. I am a huge Rose gold fan, and my engagement ring and wedding band are rose gold. Some of my jewelry will be white gold (my mothers jewelry).
Here is my dress:
The color of tulle I want under:
The two pairs of shoes:
Which option do you think I should do?
Post # 2
I think either would look great with or without the pink tulle– I don’t see a problem at all! I’d pick whichever color you like better both for the day and to wear again after! 🙂
Post # 3
Lol at the poll results so far: apparently we ALL love the Rose Gold shoes! But split right down the middle on the tulle! So funny!
I personally think the Rose Gold shoes would look fine with the hot pink tulle, but maybe take the shoes to a fabric/craft store and hold them against some hot pink tulle before making a final decision? If they don’t look good together, you’ll need to pick which is more important to you.
Post # 4
I also LOVE rose gold, pink and gold.
I think you’ll need to try it all on together. Pink and gold look GREAT together, the only thing I’d be worried about is adding in the white gold jewelry, if the jewlery is big you might need to lose the gold shoes *wahhh*. Otherwise, I think you’ll be good.
Rock it girl! Love those shoes!
Post # 5
the gold is pretty but if you are having the hot pink tulle i think you should do silver. your pictures will look a lot better with the silver and the hot pink combo.
Post # 6
Eradicatereality: Thank you!! 🙂 100% love the rose gold better! lol
PixieGoddess: ugh!! I figured that was gonna happen!! lol. Exactly my dillemma! I definately will have to do that! Great idea!!
winterwoodlandbride15: to be honest, all of the jewelry I am wearing would be rose gold .. But my mom has since passed and it is very important to me to wear her ring and possibly a necklace of hers (nothing big)… so I just have to get passed the mixing of metals & colors for that reason anyways.
Kendrao: I figure it will probably look better with the silver, but I am worried that it will look to princessy and I just love rose gold so its hard to say no… I think I would rather nix the pink tulle (insert tears here) … lol
Post # 7
ok, i read wrong, i thought you were already set on the pink tulle. as cute as that looks, its cute, and not beautiful. so yes, go with the white dress, no pink tulle, and rose gold shoes because you will look much more beautiful!!!!!!!!
Post # 8
Honestly, you won’t see the shoes for most of the day, and because I had green tulle, I am a huge supporter of keeping the pink tulle!!! If you’re already not set on keeping the metals the same, go for it!
Post # 9
The idea of a bright tulle under a gorgeous gown always makes me cringe. Rose gold shoes, no silly tulle.
Post # 10
Kendrao: haha okay! I will definately consider it!
Ryansgirl: true.. did everyone love your green tulle??
theshannondee: lol. well you probably would cringe at my whole wedding cause its multicolored and very non-traditional.. I love color so it suits me but most people would probably hate it!
Post # 11
No one will see the bright colored tulle unless you show them and in the obligatory photograph.
If you love the idea, go right ahead. Don’t let one debbie downer change your mind.
Both colors of shoes will go with the hot pink tulle.
Post # 12
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MissHockey: I had blue tulle and everyone loved it – mostly, though, I loved it! I say go for the tulle you want (most people only get hints of the color when you pick up the dress, anyway) and the rose gold shoes you want!
Post # 13
I think that the Silver shoes & Pink Tulle would look best with your dress, pink tulle, and other accessories – I don’t think the rose gold will look as good. But if rose gold is your thing, wear it if it makes you happy.
Post # 14
MissHockey: Is wearing your mom’s jewlry important to you for the look or the sentiment? You could pin the ring and pendant from the necklace inside your dress, so you have it with you but it’s not part of your overall “look.” I did this with my both of my great-grandmothers wedding rings which I loved. I had then when I walked down the aisle, but they didn interfeere with the rings I was already wearing as part of my look. My cousin took her grandmothers roseary and used it around her bouquet which was also a way of having the jewlry be a part of it while still letting her accessorize her dress with what worked the best with it.
Post # 15
julies1949: thank you!! I think it will be best if I compare the shoes to pink tulle at a store somewhere just to double check I like them together!
hyzenthlay: that is awesome! I am pretty sure that everyone at my wedding is assuming i am going to have a pink dress… so pink underneath is my compromise! lol I can’t wait!
MzJynxie: Thank you!! 🙂
Eradicatereality: wearing my moms jewelry is extremely important to me. We lost her too soon and I am incorporating her in every way I possibly can into our wedding. Thank you for the alternate ideas though!