Wedding Sandals

Whether you want sky-high heels or comfy jellies flats, you’ll need to select your wedding shoes before your first dress fitting so that your gown can be hemmed perfectly. When selecting your wedding shoes, consider your comfort, of course, but also your wedding venue and style. For example, if you’ll be outdoors on grass or in the sand for most of your wedding day, stiletto heels likely won’t be comfortable or appropriate—stick with the wedge shoe, customized sandals, or flats instead.

 

On the long list of bridal accessories to shop for to complete your wedding day ensemble, determining the best type of bridal shoe to go with your gorgeous gown—and finding the perfect pair of custom sandals—is a top priority. For some brides, it’s the ultimate fashion quest—almost perhaps even rivaling that of the search for the dress—while for other brides, scoring a solid wedding shoe is as simple as considering comfort (which is key no matter how much you value style).

 

What kind of comfortable wedding shoes we have?

 

– Cushioning or padding under the ball and the arch of the foot

 

– Rubber soles to help absorb shock from the ground and keep you from slipping on the dance floor

 

– A block heel or the wedge shoe to give you more support and put less stress on the ball of your foot

 

– Ample room in the toe box for more wiggle room and to prevent ingrown toenails

 

– A wide forefoot to accommodate feet with a larger width and people with bunions

 

It’s also a good idea to buy a pair wedding sandals a few months before the party so you can test them out around the house and make sure these wedding sandals don’t kill your feet. Now that you know how to shop for comfortable wedding shoes, check out these feel-good pairs.

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