Post # 1
Brides to be – are you worried about your shoes being painful on your wedding day? If so, do you have a shoe plan B in place?
Newlyweds, how did your shoes work for you on your big day? Were they comfy or pinchy? If they weren’t comfy, how did you deal?
Anyone have any tips for picking out good comfy but gorgeous wedding shoes?
Post # 3
I got a really low heel and I am wearing them around the house so I won’t have any surprises the day of.
Post # 4
Ooooh good post!
I have been debating on this issue for a while now!
I am one of those girls whose feet get sore in heels NO MATTER what height and how long I have to be standing in them!
My Fiance really wanted me in heels for at least the ceremony (I am WAY shorter than him) and I agreed but then I thought about my dress – If I get my dress hemmed for heels it will be too long for the reception when I am in flats and I plan to be on the dance floor all night long and I really don’t want me or anyone else to be stepping all over my dress!
So I think I have decided I am just going to do the whole day in cute flats… but I have a love on for heels so I double guess my self all the time!
Newlyweds share your wisdom please!!!!!
Post # 5
I’m wearing probably a 3.5 in heel, pointy toe pump. I’m not really worried about it because I wear heels ALL the time. I went to a wedding this summer and wore about 4 in strappy heels for about 12 hours. I think after a while I just forget if it hurts. Or I pre-occupy myself with something else so I don’t think about it. I’ll definitely be breaking in my heels before the wedding, though. I pretty much refuse to be a flip flop/barefoot bride. It’s just not my style. Beauty before comfort 🙂
Post # 6
I’m concerned about this too. I must have comfy shoes that are also super stylish. I’m not a flip flop bride, so that isn’t an option. I’d love to hear from newlyweds!
Post # 7
I have a horrible time with heels — but I do fine in platforms.
I also do better in wedges than regular heels, I’d imagine b/c my weight is distributed more evenly across my foot.
I do exceptionally well in platform wedges!
Maybe some combination of these things would work for you?
You could always hit a Payless shoes to try to pick up a style and try it out first. Then if it works for you, you could get it in a wedding shoe.