As innocent as a pair of shoes can seem, they can make all the difference to how much enjoyment you derive as a bride on your wedding day.
We all know shoes are important but even more so for your special day because not only will you be standing a lot in them but you will be required to dance as well as pose for pictures.
For this reason, you will want to look for a pair that not only looks good on you or goes well with your dress but also give you the freedom to move about in them.
With the five tips we have listed below, you should have the perfect shoe for your big day picked out without hassle
1. Think comfort
Imagine a bride standing in six inched heels she plans to wear through out her wedding ceremony. Most likely she will end up with terrible aches or fall over at some point. Comfort is very paramount when picking your wedding shoes. As much as you want everything you have on at your wedding standing out, you should not sacrifice your comfort for the trends. Remember that you will be required to stand a lot in them, so pick something you won’t regret later.
2. Match them to your dress
Who doesn’t love a stylish bride? Matching your dress to your shoes not only shoes class, but also makes you feel all the more confident in your look for the day. While shoe-shopping, you might want to go along with your wedding dress or an image of it, so you shoes that go with it.
3. Consider the purpose of your shoes
If you are an adventurous bride and will be getting wedded in a simple dress, then your shoes must make up for it. A pair of comfortable stylish heels will add more drama to your entire look.
4. Look around before settling
Don’t just pick the pair you spot first, make sure you look around and check online stores. This will save you from buying a pair then finding one later you much more prefer,
5. Buy the one you love
This is very important when shopping for anything you will be using for your wedding. Your budget might not allow you to be too picky but ensure you buy a pair of shoes you will be happy with even after your wedding day.