When planning a wedding, there's a mile-long list of things to do. Brides-to-be have to worry about everything from the honeymoon limo to the crafting the perfect wedding day hashtag. Somehow, though, it all manages to get done.
On the day of the wedding, however, all you have to worry about is getting your bridal outfit absolutely perfect. And, not tripping up the aisle in your fancy wedding shoes. If you opt for high heels, as many brides do, it'll take all you've got to make it through the first dance without collapsing.
I don't know about you, but I just don't do well in heels above 3 inches. Although my feet have pretty high arches (if I do say so myself), I still manage to be in screeching pain all night long if I try to experiment with sky-high heels. On a day as important as my wedding day, I want to be on the dance floor all night without having to worry about my feet throbbing in pain the next day.
Lucky, swapping high heels for shorter shoes doesn't have to mean sacrificing style. There are so many options out there that balance comfort with the latest fashion trends.
Scroll on, my shoe-loving brides. Meet me on the ground floor.