All over the world, brides are moving away from the traditional white satin pumps and opting for something with a little more pizazz! They want something that reflects their personal sense of style. They want something that's fun. They want something that is going to complete the whole look and make everyone say "Wow"!
Color is huge! Lemon yellow, cobalt blue, racy red, and hot fuschia pink are just some of the stunning shades we're seeing brides choose for their shoes to go with their wedding white. It's a fabulous way to incorporate your wedding colors, and can even be carried through to your bouquets and such.
In terms of actual styles, you can choose from strappy sandals to sexy slingbacks. Maybe pumps are more to your liking. The best part is that no matter what your particular taste, the possibilities are endless!
My only recommedation is for you to carefully consider the size of the heel. The fact is that you're going to be on your feet lots throughout the day, with opportunities to sit far and few between. The stiletto hell may look fantastic, but will you be able to survive the day in them? If you absolutely have to have the killer heel, then at least have a second, more comfortable pair of shoes that you can slip on for the reception.
Shoes are a great fashion accessory! Not only are they fun, but they allow you to make a statement about who you are. What better day to express yourself and your sense of style, than on your wedding day!
So all I can say girls, is go out there, have fun, and make Carrie Bradshaw proud!
Cathy MacRae is a certified wedding and event planner, and owner of Creative Weddings and Occasions and Del Sol Destination Weddings. Located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, she plans wedding for couples in and around the Calgary and Banff area. She is also a destination wedding and honeymoon travel specialist helping couples plan their weddings in paradise all around the world. For more information about planning your own wedding or for advice from Cathy, please contact her at Creative Weddings and Occasions.
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