Wedding Notes Tips for Brides
Once you have found the perfect dress fabulous shoes follow. And today you have a wide range of options from which to choose since wedding shoes generally reflect current shoe trends. You can choose from gleaming satin pumps, lace skimmers accented with detailed beading, reembroidered lace flats or pumps, dyeables or dressy sandals – heels or flats. Just remember that you want your choice to reflect a silhouette that matches or complements your gown style as well as your personality.
As a bride you have many possibilities for glamorizing and customizing any shoe you select. Not that long ago brides were expected to wear white or ivory satin mid heel pumps to blend with the gown. Now fashion forward brides are deciding to wear blue shoes to take care of the “something blue” from the wedding day rhyme, or color to match the trim on the wedding gown or the major color theme of the bridesmaid gowns.
While the bride has several options, it is suggested that all attendants should wear the same style shoe if they are wearing the same gown. Even if you have chosen a color theme and allowed the maids to select gowns that are similar if not exact, the shoes should be a similar style.
For foot comfort on the big day, wear your shoes several times in advance of the wedding. It’s hard to smile when your feet are hurting. Some brides bring a second pair of shoes for dancing at the reception. And – for safety’s sake, score or sandpaper the soles of your shoes to avoid slipping. If you have questions, phone Normans Bridal Lebanon 417-532-2291 or Normans Bridal Springfield 417-866-9800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Bridal Service / Weddings Beautiful Worldwide