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"I Do" Wedding Shoes

"I Do" Wedding Shoes Heart + Sole “Shoe Talk” Stick on Decals for Shoes

Have you seen those cute engagement and wedding photos that focuses in on the sole of the bride and grooms shoes (p.s. if you can see the photo above, then yes you have!)? This is an adorable and cute trend that just adds a little something extra to your wedding day.

If you want this photo for your engagements, consider wearing the same shoes you are going to wear on your wedding day for your engagements so that you don't have to buy two different sets of "I do" shoe stickers. If you are a gal that never wears the same thing twice (or doesn't want to for her wedding), then go ahead and buy two separate sets. This also gives you the freedom to use different sayings. For example, in your engagement photos you could use sayings like the "Yes!", "Heart + Sole", or "I Do", and then for the wedding day you could use the "Initial" decal for a "Mrs. Initial of your new least name" and then the "She's Mine" or "I'm Taken" decal. With that in mind you may want to get two different sets whether you wear the same wedding shoes or not!

Writing on Wedding Shoes

Aside for creating some cute photos, the shoe decals add that something special to your wedding look. Of course you will be wearing a beautiful dress and will be gorgeous from head to toe, but this is a way to add a sweet  or fun note that only those that pay attention will notice. Another way of doing this on your wedding day is to have either the bride's parents or her bridesmaids write a special note on the bottom of her shoes, and then the grooms parents or groomsmen on the bottom of his shoes. The wonderfully sappy idea here would be that the bride and groom would have the words of encouragement and advice with them as they begin the walk of their new and incredible journey. A lot of brides will have their loved ones write in blue sharpie in order to incorporate it as a very personalized something blue.  
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If the Shoe Fits, Wear it in a Bright Color

If the Shoe Fits, Wear it in a Bright Color!

Splash of Sunshine Wedding Shoes It is of course traditional in mainstream society for the bride to wear all white: White veil, white dress, white shoes. But what if you are one of those gals that just can't help but always want to wear a pop of color? You could select a dress that has colored beading, wear a colorful petticoat, or a colored veil, but one of the easiest and most fun ways to include that drop of sunshine in your white wedding look is to have some peek-a-boo color with your wedding shoes.

Stand Out on Your Own

Green Wedding Shoes

A lot of brides that want to have that spice of color in their wedding look will choose to have that bright color featured only on themselves, or in a way that is unique to them. For example if you want to have some peek-a-boo green shoes, green may be one of your wedding colors, but you wouldn't have your bridesmaid's wearing the color or even having their shoes being in the same color. If anything, their bouquets may feature some green in either the flowers or in the ribbon. Ideally, your shoe color pop would be in one of the color accents your are featuring in your wedding color scheme, but probably not the main color. Doing this, makes your color pop, more of a stand out, rather than a matchy match look.

Match the Bridesmaids Trend Alert: Brightly Colored Shoes with Little Black Dresses   Another options is to match your bridesmaids. This is done in three variations. First you can wear the same shoe in the same color as each of your bridesmaids like shown in the image above. Or, you can wear shoes in the same bright color, but a different style. For example, if your bridesmaids are wearing red heels like in the image above, you might be wearing red flats, or higher heels, or perhaps sequined heels (a little wizard of Oz theme?). The third "match your bridesmaids" is to match not the shoe color, but the dress color. So, if your bridesmaids are in purple dress and black pumps, then you would wear purple pumps.

Color is the Thing

Trend Alert: Brightly Colored Shoes with Little Black Dresses

Or if your color scheme really is just COLOR all around, then you might decide to go for a rainbow styled bridal party. With this each bridesmaid gets her own color and the bride gets her own color like in the image above. If you do want to do a rainbow bridal party, we do recommend having the girls and guys wear a solid black ( or other neutral color) and then have the bright rainbow touches in the bouquets, shoes, socks, and ties. There is such a thing as too much color!

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Every Bride Needs a Pair of Fun Wedding Shoes!

Awesome, (Subtle), Fun Wedding Shoes

Fun Wedding Shoes

  There are so many pieces to a wedding ensemble, and that’s half the fun of putting together your wedding day outfit. Everything about the pieces a bride wears on her big day makes them personal, fun, and memorable – why leave out the shoes? Many brides will forget about her fun wedding shoes until the last second (unless her fun wedding shoes are a big part of the outfit, a la cowboy boots or pink sneakers) or will eschew the purchase entirely, opting for more traditional footwear, but even the most formal of brides can partake in a good pair of fun wedding shoes with a little know-how and some creativity. Fun wedding shoes don’t have to be loud and crazy as you walk down the aisle, they can be just as subtle as a pair of sensible black heels. Fun wedding shoes can be as simple as a cute message on the sole – visible only to the sly photographer who grabs a picture of you and your maid getting ready, or you putting your feet up after a long day of nuptials. Fun wedding shoes can indulge a pun “Heart + Sole” or be as simple as a set of “I Do” shoe stickers. Fun wedding shoes are versatile and sharp without being too conspicuous – so indulge and enjoy!
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