Hi there everyone, big apologies for being absent for so long! The run up to the wedding was quick and not without its drama. The day went by so fast and it was a bit sad that you put in … Continue reading →
When it comes to shoes I normally prefer comfort as to suffering. I’m definitely not a shoe girl, I do not drool over ManoloBlahnik’s or Jimmy Choo’s. My choice of shoe normally would be pumps, kitten heels,sneakers or wedges or maybe even slippers. Choosing a wedding shoe can be tricky if you are looking at the abovementioned options. Which led me to a Google search to see what interesting ideas people came up with.
Something that has become quite popular is brightly coloured shoes , which would normally be the colour of your theme and I also love the idea of the bright All Stars. Just imagine how comfortable you would be. I’m all for comfort, you don’t want to be miserable in high heels that hurt your feet the entire day. Most weddings I’ve been to the bride usually ends up barefoot anyway so maybe you could get away with a pair of stringy sandals instead! Satin ballet shoes are also a option, they come in a variety of colours and the ribbon tied across the ankles look so angelic and fairylike. I have two pairs of shoes at this stage but I’m not 100% sure yet maybe I should get a pair of All Stars just in case…
Today is the 100 day mark, Quite scary to think that in 3 months time I will be a Mrs . At this point in time I’m a crazy mess of frustration, excitement and so many other emotions. I’m not stressed as yet , but I believe it will come. Most of the items on my checklist are ticked so its smooth sailing until 1 March ( I hope!)
Every bride on a budget appreciates every little bit of help she gets… so guess what? I just stumbled across this amazing treasure of free printables on the Upbeat Bride website. Everything from decor to invites and even props! Best of all they are free.
I already see myself spending a few hours here. So head on over and start getting creative!
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