- When you buy your wedding shoes make sure to break them in before the wedding. I wore mine to our wedding dance classes to make sure I would be able to dance in them at the wedding.
- It is good to have a couple pairs of shoes at your wedding in case your feet get sore plus it's fun for pictures. I had 3 pairs for our wedding 1 pair of heels that were for the ceremony, 1 pair of cowboy boots for dancing and fun pictures and 1 pair of flip flops for when my feet said no more! This is good for the bridal party as well, flip flops are a great alternative for summer weddings when the shoes start to hurt.
- If you are getting married on a lawn pass on the spike heels, you don't want to get stuck in the grass. Also make sure the wedding facility does not water the grass the day of your wedding so that it is dry for your guests and a little harder surface to walk on. A good shoe for a ceremony on a lawn is a stacked heel or a wedge shoe.
- Also make sure your wedding planner has band aids and mole skin on hand for anyone who gets a blister.
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