For any lady with a shoe obsession, picking the perfect pair of wedding shoes is just as important as the dress! For others, not so much. Either way, your wedding shoes should be a reflection of you and the perfect match for what’s truly important whether it’s the style, comfort, or price. … read more
Done well, veils can add just the right amount of drama to your wedding look. However, it’s the “done well” part that can get tricky. Here are all the do’s and don’ts you need to know about veils to look gorgeous on your wedding day, should you choose to wear one. … read more
From walking down the aisle to taking over the dance floor, wedding celebrations can take a toll on your feet. This is exactly why it is so important to think carefully about the type of shoes you wear on your big day. … read more
Like many outdoor brides, I was worried about my heels sinking into the lawn. My wedding-day heels are four inches tall, so it was damn near impossible to find a pair of bridal-esque wedges that high to wear for the ceremony. (Trust me, I searched high and low for a pair that I even marginally liked.) I also couldn’t just wear flats (or shorter wedges) for the ceremony, because then my dress would be four inches too long. I was stuck with my heels, so I needed to figure out a way to make them work.
A lot of people have worn those SoleMate wedding heel protectors (in fact, Doe posted about them just a few weeks ago) with great success. But I was hesitant to try them, because a) they’re expensive for what they are, and b) I have heard mixed reviews, at best, about them. I was looking at them on Amazon one day and in the related products I saw something called Heels Above.