Post # 1
I decided to walk down the isle in one pair and maybe switch into the other pair if my feet hurt while dancing…since the second pair are less high…a little more comfy.
Also I’m having a second reception so maybe I can wear the other pair at that time.
Does this sound like a good plan in order to keep them both! I seriously can’t decide…I want them both.
Post # 3
Lol I ended up with two pairs, too. I bought a pair originally that I settled for because I couldn’t find exactly what I wanted but they grew on me and I loved. Then I found shoes I REALLY REALLY loved. So I’m going to wear the new pair for the ceremony and pictures and the other pair for the reception.
Post # 4
I’m loving the first shoe, it’s soooooo pretty. Shout out for H-Town! I live in Houston but I’m from Atlanta so I’m getting married there. 🙂
Post # 5
I was actually going to also have 2 pairs. I’m still going to end up with 2 pairs because I don’t think I’m going to return the heels, but I decided this evening that I’m wearing flats for the whole thing (just don’t want to be thinking about tripping, heels getting stuck in pavers, heels getting stuck in dress, etc. just want to focus on getting married, as the ceremony goes by in just a blink of an eye). But I was originally going to wear the heels for the ceremony and then flats for dancing.
Post # 7
@soonergirl518: Thanks for the shout out! I”m getting married in mexico…family is there. =) Thanks..yes, the first pair are def more ‘bridal’ the pic of the second pair does them no justice, they are also quite stunning.
Post # 8
@gogogiraffes: In mexico there are no rehearsal dinners….however there are post wedding celebrations..I hadn’t thought of that. THANKS!