Post # 1
I bought shoes that I really love but it’s 4.5 inches .. I’m still waiting for them to be deliverd. I might have to return them and look for lower heels. Find the "right shoes" has been one of the hardest tasks for me as I am a shoe whore
Incase you want to see
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2018 - Oakland Manor
haha, welcome to my boat mine are 4 inches at the moment. I won’t be able to to try them on till june though…so that may change
Post # 4
Mine are 4" as well. One issue that I did not anticipate is that I have to take all of our ballroom dance lessons wearing the same heel height that I will have for the wedding, lol. My feet are gonna be killing me by May!!
Post # 5
Those shoes are awesome!
My wedding shoes are only 2.5", but that is because I want to be noticeably shorter than my fiance even after the headpiece and we only have four inches of height difference. However, I have a pair of 4.5" heels that I wear almost every day to court that are seriously the most comfortable shoes I own, if that was what you were worrying about. I am a hard to fit size, so to save myself a lot of frustration, I decided what my "dream shoe" was for the wedding and walked in places and told them exactly what I was looking for and in what size. The second store pulled out about seven variations of what I had described and I walked away with the perfect cute and comfy shoes.
Post # 6
Flats! : ) Getting married on potentially wet grass — oh well. Usualy I go with a heel that’s about 2".
Post # 7
Mine are 4" (but I’ll definitely be cheating with some clear gel Dr.Scholl’s padding on the ball of the foot.
Post # 8
June bride = That’s one of my top choices but my feet are too wide and I was afraid they’re gonna look like sausages with those shoes. I love your shoes! I’ve never used those clear gel padding. Do they work?
Post # 9
I’ve not yet picked out my shoes but I’m looking for something in the 3" to 3 1/2" range. My FH is 8" taller than me so I’m looking to close the gap a little bit.
Post # 10
If the heels are to high why don’t you just them cut down. Go to a shoe repair shop and they should be able to cut your heel down with out messing up the heel. I do this all the time; turning my 4" into a 3". It really helps!!!
Post # 11
I was supposed to be a two shoe bride. The first pair were 3", but when I wore them for the pre-wedding photos they hurt my feet so bad that I ended up taking them off and wearing my reception shoes for everything. My reception shoes were 2.5" and super comfy.
Here is a pic of the two shoes — the silver ones were the uncomfy ones, the blue ones are the ones I ended up wearing the whole time.
Post # 12
I’m barefoot!I’m actually making my "shoes" and those for my bridesmaids…
I am THAT girl who would totally trip and fall flat on my face even though I can normally walk in heels just fine. If you know you can go 6 hours in 4" + heels – go for it, but if you just think they are pretty -PRACTICE and test!!
Post # 13
onlyonelove54 <font size=”2″>- I love you! I was thinking of getting my heels cut but I never heard of such a thing. Do you just go to a regular shoe shop? Does it ruin the shoe stability?</font>
Post # 14
4 inch with a half inch platform
Post # 15
Mine are 2.5 inches! I never wear heels so I have to get used to even walking in heels in 5 months! If I knew how to walk in a four inch heel, I would.
Post # 16
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
Mine were around 4 inches… I wore them through the ceremony and switched to really tall white rocket dogs for the reception. My husband is much taller than me so I really appreciated the extra height for pictures! It looked more balanced.