Post # 1
Has any body bought non satin wedding shoes?
My ceremony and photos are going to be in a garden venue so I’m afraid satin shoes will get really dirty. I also really hate those toe marks that get left on satin shoes.
It’d be great if people could direct me to stores where they bought their non satin shoes? (I’m in Australia so online stores would be extra helpful!) otherwise, has anybody tried faric protector on their satin shoes? does it help to keep them clean? Or is there anything else that will help protect satin from stains?
Thanks in advance bees 🙂
Post # 2
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
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 # 4
LavenderHouse: I’m not that concerned about getting pictures of my shoes but I would like to wear them again, which is why I’d prefer it if they didn’t get dirty 🙂
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Post # 6
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.