Post # 1
I’m getting married in October in the expansive lawn. I’ve gotten gussied up for a few outdoor weddings and remember my heels sinking into the grass and making me walk very awkward. I would love to wear a beautiful strappy heel in ivory but I’m afraid I’ll sink! And I don’t want my shoes ruined by mud!(just assuming the ground will be soft in Octobers unpredictable weather).
I also happen to be the *perfect height* for my gown so I have to make sure my heel is no more than 1 3/4″. I think that’s the issue…the wedges and chunkier heel shoes in that height are just BORING.
Is anyone else facing this dilema?
Post # 3
I am getting married outside, and it’s flats for me. I’ve also been the sinking one at a wedding, and I don’t feel like airating the grass on my wedding day. 🙂
Post # 4
I saw something on pinterest awhile back… they are these clear things that go on the bottom of your heal so they won’t sink into the grass. Don’t remember what they were called but I’m sure you can look them up or someone else will know. All I remember is wishing I had those for my friends wedding when I was a BM and had that same issue!
Post # 5
we are getting married out side too and I opted for not wearing heels. I can get away with cow boy boots here which I am incredibly grateful for.
Have you looked in to getting a plain wedge and getting some adorable shoe clips to personalize them? There are some super cute ones on etsy right now.
Post # 6
@mrs.stormylove: My friend had those for a wedding, she ended up still sinking, and they broke (maybe they were cheap). So she had to walk barefoot down the aisle.
Post # 7
Have you looked into heel stoppers? I’m not sure if thats the technical name or not, but you can google them. This is just a random site on google that I found that sells them
Post # 8
@arametta127: Genius! Perfect! I had no idea a product like this existed!
Post # 9
Yes, I was worried, which is why I wore cowboy boots.
My BMs on the other hand, wore their cute heels, but they did sink in the ground 🙁