Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Don't Hesitate to Wear Flat Bridal Shoes in Your Wedding

Wedding shoes are a hot topic between brides. There are a lot of factors that go into choosing what type of footwear you should wear on your wedding day. Wedding shoes need to be comfortable and safe. So what type of shoes should you wear on your wedding day? Of course a pairs of ballerina flats.

Victoria Bridal Ballet Flat

When it comes to choosing your bridal shoes, flats will come out on top in terms of comfort. You will be able to wear them all day with little to no pain and can dance the night away without a care in the world. Height is another thing you need to take into consideration. If your groom is the same height as you, you may not want to tower over him in your wedding shoes. Flats are perfect for tall brides who do not want to draw attention to their height.

Wearing flats are become more and more popular because most guests won't even see your wedding shoes at all if you have a floor length wedding gown. Although if you are planning a garter toss and are concerned that your flats may not fare well in photos, then consider getting a pair of heels to wear just for the garter toss.

Wedding location is also plays a big part to take into consideration when choosing your wedding shoes. Flats are perfect for outdoor and beach weddings, then high heels should not even be considered! You don't want to start sinking into the sand while exchanging your vows. If you are having a beach wedding, then chances are that your wedding is more on the casual side, so feel free to dress down your wedding shoes. Some beach brides even opt for flip flops decorated with rhinestones or pearls.

Flat Ivory Vintage Wedding Shoes
What's more, the best benefit, prior to your choosing to wear flat wedding shoes, you are already aware you will be comfy all day long and there's no risk of falling over your stiletto heel shoes and embarrassing yourself in front of your invited guests. As we all know, many women were choose to wear high-heeled wedding shoes on their wedding day and at times this end up being a torture.

Regardless of what type of shoes you are planning on wearing, you should have them picked out before getting your dress altered. Your tailor will need to see you in your full wedding dress ensemble, including your wedding shoes, so that he or she will be able to alter the length accordingly.

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