Post # 1
Let me see what you all wore on the day?
Did you wear heels or flats? Did you change later on?
I’m just having a look online for mine now, i’m torn between a stiletto and a sandal with more of a block heel. Stilettos will look better and I usually wear pointed courts but our ceremony is outside and the drinks reception space is half grass so I don’t want to be uncomfortable/ sink/ ruin my shoes!
Post # 2
- Wedding: October 2019 - Premier Ballroom
I have not gotten married yet, but i also was looking into heels because i loveee them! But my problem was that FH and I are about the same height (I may be 3 inches shorter) and I didn’t want to be the same height or taller (since I am not a fan or short heels). I am now for sure going with flats, and I’m looking at bella belle shoes because I love them! I also thought of changing shoes but since the dress will be altered for an exact height I don’t wanna drag it or I do not want it to be too short.
Post # 3
No pics because I’m at work but I got some nice 2″ rose gold heels and matching sandals to change into. I’m really excited to wear them both!
Post # 4
My wedding shoes actually arrived in the mail today! 🙂 Wedding isn’t until June though. I can’t wear heels, so I got some ivory flats custom decorated with rose-colored lace to match my blush dress 🙂
Post # 5
I wore these bad boys. They were the least practical shoes ever but I loved them. Adrenaline got me through on the day but I paid for it the next day 😂 I’m petite and used to wearing and walking in heels. I had to walk on grass, cobbles and get on and off a boat. I was also concious of our height difference. I’m 4:10 and my husband is 6ft! I can’t wait to wear them again!
Post # 6
My shoe choice will depend on how long my dress is. I ordered it in the “extra petite” length (I’m 5’3″) in the hopes that I can wear it with flats without hemming it – but I have a feeling it’s going to be too long to do that.
I got these easy spirits in light grey (on clearance for $20!), and I’m going to stick rhinestones on them or something to glam them up a bit.
If my dress is short enough for flats, I’m probably going to get a pair of silver tieks or something similar. I’m marrying a podiatrist, so I gotta have sensible shoes! 😂
Post # 7
I haven’t gotten married yet, but these are my shoes!! I am obsessed, and they are so comfortable! Even when the lady was putting htem on for me at my frist fitting she was like “these are so nice and soft!” I got them on a crazy sale as well.
I am wearing heels because my fiance is 6’5″ (I’m 5’10”), I love heels, and with them on, I won’t have ot get my dress hemmed at all! They are rose gold!
Post # 8
These were mine. I only wore them in the morning and changed into flats for the reception..
Post # 9
I’m getting married in 3 weeks and have boots for tromping through snow, heels for the reception and slipper/flat/things for the end of the night.
Post # 10
My babies I wore for most of the day/night. I had a pair of sparkly flip flop sandals that I used as well (but I kept putting my heels back on for father/daughter dance, speeches etc, just the important stuff/pictures).
Post # 11
I wore these. I had them on for the ceremony, the reception, and the after party!
Post # 12
I wore dark red flip flops from Old Navy. 🤣
We got married on the beach and so I wore them down the boardwalk and then we were all barefoot on the beach for the ceremony.
Post # 13
I’d originally planned to wear a gorgeous pair of Emmy London shoes (the Eva in duck-egg blue), but I’ve been dealing with some foot problems and am going to be wearing a more practical/comfortable pair of Angela Nuran shoes.
Post # 14
These are my blue babies for my wedding in May!
I will probably get some flats for the reception and disco – as, even though they’re v comfy, I’m not a big high-heeler.
Post # 15
I’m not getting married until next year, but I ordered these wedges from a Greek shoemaker on Etsy! I don’t wear much more than sneakers or flip flops, so I knew heels would be hard. I’m having the color changed to a teal color though!