Post # 1
my wedding is going to be outside on a grassy hill/garden. I know heels sink into dirt really easily and they get dirty and it is hard to walk. Does this mean i can’t wear heels in an outdoor wedding? :/
Post # 3
My wedding is outside also. I am buying Solemates so my heels don’t sink. I’m going to pick up some of them for my bridesmaids also.
Post # 4
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
@MrsBtoBe14: You can… just be prepared for all of that to happen!
Post # 5
Mine is going to be in a garden, too. They make these plastic things that you stick on your heels to prevent sinking.. although, I dont know what they are called! 🙁
Post # 7
I wore flats… much easier to manage!
Post # 8
hmmm speak with the venue because mine will also be outdoors but my venue has a layer of grass layed over cement just for this reason. u never know.
Post # 9
Apparently, I am a pinterest idea thief…but we’re ina hayfield and my girls will be in cowboy boots.
Post # 10
You can wear whatever you want!
But if it is outside and you are in the grass, then you will sink and could easily mess up the heels, your dress or something else. You could also possibly fall. It’s just easier to wear something wider.
Post # 11
Those rubber heel covers really work, I have worn them before. But you still have to keep more weight in your forefoot than you might be used to; they’re not miracle workers.
Post # 12
Thanks for the rubber heel ideas, ladies!
Maybe il consider wearing flats at the ceremony and heels at the reception? Just wish heels worked on grass!
Post # 13
@MrsBtoBe14: I’m wearing wedges. I think its a good compromise between heels and flats.
Post # 14
I found some gorgeous loeffler randall wedges to wear.
I’m going to advise my guests about this as well. I went to a friends wedding outdoors, and on her website she had a link to solemates and suggested flats or wedges as alternatives.
Post # 15
You have a lot of potential options:
Soulmates – I’ve heard great things about them, but they’re still not cure-alls, there will still be sinking.
Wedges – Great as long as you can walk in grass wearing them.
Stand – Make a heart-shaped cut out of plywood, painted in your colors – you can do them for your maids as well.
Two Pairs of Shoes! – Wear flats for the ceremony, and switch to your awesome heels for the reception.