Brides know that their wedding days are going to be packed with fun things to do, anxious moments and lots of kisses and hugs. What many of them do not know, though, is that their feet are going to throb by the end of the day, so much so that the dance floor may be anything but what they want to do. One way to prevent this is by purchasing and wearing a second pair of wedding shoes for your special day. These shoes can be less formal and more comfortable. Slip them on at the reception as a great way for you still to be dressy but to be more comfortable while you are at it, too.
How to Choose That Second Pair
When it comes to selecting that second pair of wedding shoes, you could make mistakes. Rather, it is a good idea to consider the following tips to help you to make this look work.
Be sure that any shoe you buy for your wedding is one that gives you the ability to dance in. If you like to dance in heels, go for it. However, if you are wearing heels all day during the wedding, it is a better option to choose something that is flatter just for the comfort level.
Consider the benefits of wearing ballet shoes during your wedding’s reception. These form to your foot, making them very comfortable. You may even feel like you have nothing on your foot to deal with. That makes it far more comfortable to wear your wedding shoes.
Keep in mind that even when you buy that second pair of wedding shoes, you do want to break them in. Wear them for several days or at least several hours over a span of a week, to break them in. This way, the shoes are less likely to cause pain in your feet when you do slip them on.
You will likely want to deal with some of the aches and pains of your wedding day just because it is something that you will feel great about later on. However, your feet do not have to throb. Break in your shoes to start with and as soon as you can do so, perhaps after the pictures are over, change into your second pair of wedding shoes. That way, you boost your comfort level and can dance all night long.