Non satin wedding shoes? Keeping satin clean?

posted 3 years ago in Shoes
Post # 2
85 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Yes, your shoes might get dirty. So might the bottom of your dress. But they just have to survive one day, so is it that big of a deal? Leather shoes generally aren’t traditional for brides, so most wedding shoes will be fabric-based. Your best bet would be to take any close-up pictures of your shoes during the getting-ready phase in the hotel room or house with your bridesmaids.

Post # 3
51 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2014


I chose leather shoes in order to avoid this problem!  Our ceremony is in a garden, and we are taking pictures all over the grounds.  I also like that I can wear them again.  I went with designer shoes, so I want my money’s worth!

Post # 5
140 posts
Blushing bee

Hi there! Aussie bride with a garden venue too, found these to be good places to look for dressy shoes that aren’t too high to walk in. I ordered my satin heels with leather platform and leather heel from Shoes of Prey but they have a ton of materials you can custom your shoes in like glitter or leather but it depends on your budget at the end of the day. Hope this helps!

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Post # 6
944 posts
Busy bee

MoonRabbit:  I’m wearing leather shoes to my wedding, because a)I’m getting married in winter, and I don’t think satin stood a chance against the snow and b) I want to be able to wear them again. I don’t have any advice on how to keep satin shoes stain-free, though.

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