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You guys, I have a major weakness. One of the first things I look for when I arrive to a wedding are the shoes! And when day starts with a great pair, the rest of the wedding just seems to be that much better. Okay, honestly, I know that the shoes are a somewhat superficial element of the day, but that doesn’t make me like ‘em any less!
On a practical level, shoes can play a huge factor in a bride’s comfort level on the wedding day. If you get a blister or your feet hurt, it’s hard to relax and enjoy your wedding day. I always advocate having a backup pair of flats or sandals. Or boots, if there might be rain or uneven ground. In fact, there’s nothing stopping you from having two or more pairs of wedding-day footwear! Wear one pair for the ceremony, and another for the reception and dancing. Heck, get wild and have three pairs if you want! Or go barefoot if that’s your style.
2015 was a good year for shoes. I have a few favorites in this post—I’ll bet you can guess which ones! What kind of shoes/boots/sandals would you rock for your wedding day?