Post # 1
My wedding will more than likely be outside on grass. I really prefer the look of heels with a long wedding dress, but I don’t want to sink into the ground. Someone suggested these caps to put on the end of heels, but I did not like how that looked.
What are some of your ideas for this? Flats? Wedges? Tip toe all day?
Also, I would love to see picture if anyone has some shoes that worked for them outdoors
Post # 3
I wore these for my garden wedding, they were very comfortable during ceremony and reception. No regrets.
Post # 5
Just type ”bridal wedges” on Google, there are fabulous shoes ! But of course, you can go with any color or style. 🙂
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Post # 7
@MissBethany5: I got 1950s dance shoes 🙂 chunky heels work too!
Post # 8
I personally wore flats (but then I’m 5’9″ and didn’t want to be taller than DH). My BM’s all wore tall stelleto heels. I had no aisle runner, just the grass and the girls didn’t sink at all. So, if you live or are geting married in an area that the ground isn’t marshy and it hasn’t rained recently I say wear anything you want.
Post # 9
The exact shoe I wore isn’t available anymore but I wore the Nina’s below except mine were ivory with a bow. If you are having a summer wedding you might wait until spring to buy shoes at this point when they come out with more summery styles again. These are more winter.