Post # 1
Does anyone here have a bunion? If so what shoes are you wearing for your wedding?
This is not my foot but an example of about the severity of mine.
It is 3 weeks until my wedding but I still haven’t decided on shoes!
I thought maybe cute sandals with flowers that would hide it and found some online but they are chinese knock offs and I didn’t want to take the chance of ordering them because they are really pricey. Plus by now it’s too late.
Then I bought some cute flip flops but I’m worried about the flip flop sound as I walk down the aisle.
I also bought a pair of sparkly Tom’s from their bridal collection but they have no give/stretch and I know they will hurt after an hour. Plus let’s face it…They are just not attractive. No amount of sparkle will make them look like a bridal shoe.
I need to wear flats or flat sandals but can’t find anything pretty enough. PLEASE HELP!
Post # 3
Changed the title in hopes of some replies
Post # 4
Are you wearing a long dress? I would just wear whatever shoes are pretty and comfortable. No one is going to be analyzing your feet. I barely noticed the issue in the large pic.
Post # 5
@JustMarried51912: Yes my dress is long but what about the pretty shoe pics and when my groom goes for my garter or when I sit?
Post # 6
BC Sleep Under the Stars
Clark’s Brisk Bangle
are all good for bunions according to my BFF.
Post # 7
Maybe some strappy sandals that wrap around that area.
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I’m sorry but the toms shoes don’t look like wedding shoes at all….IDK if your near a Davids Bridal but I am completely in love with the Marley shoes….they are the most comfy shoes I wore them as a bridesmaid and may wear them as a bride but I wore these shoes all day and danced in them ALL night my feet didn’t hurt at all!!! I highly recc them plus they have rhinestones on them for sparkle! Did you find any shoes yet?
Post # 11
I think I also have a bunion as that looks similar to my foot. I wore round toe sling backs from J. Crew. I find I need to avoid anything with a straigt across strap like those pink sandals you like. I always just thought I had wide feet (maybe I do too) and if I can get a W width I go find them to be more comfortable. Absolutely avoid Bandalino, they run consistantly narrow. I tend to like Steve Madden for a consistant fit.
My shoes looked a lot like this but in satin.
Post # 12
I just notices these come in W and are a great price and have flower details and a little heel like both of your inspiration photos. Maybe worth a try.
Post # 14
Oh wow! Thanks everyone!
I see a couple I like. They have to be totally flat because I was already mesured in my dress in my bare feet and the alterations have been made.
I’m hoping for some with a huge flower or flowers to hide my bunion. Maybe I could glue some on a pair.
Would I just use a glue gun?
Post # 15
I have the same problem as you… except mine is even worse than the pictures. I hate my feet!!!!!! My search continues…
Post # 16
I think a sandal like the first one you posted is the best option for you! I would just look in store for a pair… DSW, Target, Payless, Famous Footwear, department stores, etc