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FLip Flops for Beach Wedding????

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I cant decide what type of shoes to wear for the ceremony on the beach. Obviously flip flops are the best option but I am having a hard time with the idea of a wedding dress and flip flops. I guess I can change into something else for the reception.

 

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Taryn

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I plan on going barefoot during the ceremony on the beach and wearing pretty heels for the reception. I know lots of people wear flip flops tho. They also make foot jewels so it looks like you're wearing bling bling sandals. You could also maybe do wedges?

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I wore blue flip flops. It does sound strange I suppose, wearing flip flops and a wedding dress, but it just fit since it was on the beach! Whatever you decide will be fine :)

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I am thinking about these from David's Bridal. I really had the idea of going barefoot in my mind, but the dresses I tried on dragged on the ground - because they are made for shoes with some height. So I thought these flip flops were a good option.

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I'm wearing a wedge heel for both the ceremoney and reception. I'm hoping the wedge will give me some height while making it easier than a standard heel in terms of walking in the sand.

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I'm wearing barefoot jewellery for the ceremony (we're getting hitched later in the day so the sand won't be blistering hot), and then sweet heels for the reception. I guess it's about how easy, breezy (cover girl! - thanks Tyra) you want to be.

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