A lot of attention goes into your wedding dress, but before you walk down the aisle, you need to think about your feet. You may buy dyeable dress shoes or dyeable wedge shoes to make your big day more special.
The shoes you wear on special days are important. First, you want to feel comfortable with this, the biggest day of your life. And second, you want them to complete your appearance – not clash with it.
The first choice you need to make is heel height. Most brides do not want to rise above their groom – in the ceremony, in photos taken that day or in life. You must choose the height of the heel that keeps the right proportions in mind. There is nothing wrong with meeting the groom face to face at the altar, but you should avoid looking down on him, if possible.
Fortunately, bridal shoes come in various heights. And if you really are trying to fly under the radar, consider a satin ballet flat. With beautiful fabrics available in these models, no one will question their appropriateness for any bride.
You should also consider your wedding venue. Regardless of the groom's height, you may have to wear flat sandals if you are going to get married outdoors. There is nothing worse than letting your heels get stuck in the ground. You could damage your shoes – or worse – trip over while walking up or down the aisle.