Look after your feet and shoes on your wedding day
You might think it strange for a photographer to talk about wedding shoe advice but this is something that many brides fail to consider.
Whilst undoubtedly you’ll want to look your best on the day and in your photographs, you need to consider those expensive and traditionally white wedding shoes. That beautiful satin or silk finish may become stained by the soil or dirty puddles if it’s been raining or snowing, and those narrow heels have a tendency to sink into the grass and gravel paths.
I always recommend that you take another pair of comfortable shoes with you that you can slip on after the ceremony and quickly swap over if the shoes are going to feature in the photographs. Besides no one will see them under your dress so you may as well be comfortable!
If you plan on getting married during the winter months then a pair of funky wellies will keep you warm, dry and comfortable. They always make great photos too!
That said here are some factors that would help you to choose the right wedding shoes to ensure you are comfortable on your big day: