(Closed) Wedding Shoes…can anyone even see them under your gown?

posted 7 years ago in Shoes
Post # 46
2761 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

I think you CAN and DO see the bride’s shoes in a Catholic church wedding! Since the bride and groom kneel at the altar I always notice their shoes!

Post # 47
4888 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

I spent $27 on some Nine West heels that somewhat match the color of my Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses. I knew what size I needed, and have had no problem w/ other NW shoes I’ve had – so it worked! I also bought a pair of wedge sandals to wear for the reception/dance, if I feel like changing. They’re the same type of sandals I wear every day… so they’re comfy and dressy.

Post # 48
104 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015


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Soon2ElopeBee:  Agreed.  This is one of the things I considered when purchasing my shoes.  Not just the shoes, but the soles!  I ended up with a pair by of Blue by Betsey Johnson heels because they have a cute robin’s egg blue sole.  Not a huge deal, but I at least wanted something pretty for photos. 

Post # 49
2761 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

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BoilerBride101015:  awww I’ve never seen blue soles! That must’ve been super pretty and had I been at your wedding I definitely would’ve noticed and commented on it. I can see it now:

me: nudging my DH “have you seen her shoes? Look at the color of her soles! Something blue!!!”

DH: “whaaaa….” Lol

Post # 50
969 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

It obviously depends on your dress but I can tell you that my friend had loubs for her wedding and the red soles can be seen when she’s walking down the aisle as well as in some of her dancing and action type shots! it’s personal preference but in absolutely splurging on shoes for under the dress! 

Post # 51
2196 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

I don’t think anyone saw my shoes. I was so glad I went for low-heeled wedges – we had our reception in some beautiful gardens and they were very practical! I even ended up walking along a wall for one of our photos… I think by far the most important thing is that they are comfortable. You don’t want to be thinking about your shoes or your feet on the day, you just want to be enjoying yourself!

Post # 52
416 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2015 - Historic house and gardens

I’ve always wondered why brides all seem to wear peep-toes, when the only part of the shoe you might see is the front. Doesn’t it just look like you have no shoes on when you can only see toes?? Always confuses me. I’m covering my toes for sure.

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