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I love it - I too was thinking of going barefoot for the ceremony, but putting on some comfy flats for the ceremony. This is a great idea. Someone mentioned the sand being too hot in July - my wedding date is June, I hadn't thought about that, I guess I could always wear the flats for the ceremony too if I needed to.

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For those of you kicking off your shoes on the beach, you might like these, its like jewelry for you feet, they have tons of different styles, and a lot of them are really pretty. I'd get them if I wasn't so short, my FI already picks on me.


http://www.ladybead.com/products/foo...one%20wild.htm
Very cool- thanks for sharing. FI was sitting next to me when I opened the website and he said "oooh, I like those!". Guess I gotta add that to the list of stuff to buy...

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Here are my shoes to wear after the ceremony...once I am the MRS.!!! I didn't plan on wearing fancy shoes since...1. I want to be comfortable 2. both my ceremony and cocktail reception both are on the sand 3. I will be dancing all night!

 

I probably should wear heels for pictures since I am 5ft tall and Matt is 6'5....but I went for comfort.

 

 

 

 

http://www.kodakgallery.com/ShareLandingSignin.jsp?Uc=d2b8lf6.6o41xm2e&Uy=-g4yk1a&Upost_signin=Slideshow.jsp%3Fmode%3Dfromsha re&Ux=0

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I wore these shoes in the sand for the ceremony and for dancing all night long, and they were SOOOOO comfy. I highly recommend the wedge.

 

I got these on sale for $40 at Ann Taylor

 

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Need ideas on wedding shoes my future husband and I are close in height and if i wear a high heel i will be taller than him. So i am looking for a short heel or a flat sandal. Also put where you found it too. Thanks
I just picked up my dress this weekend and found that it is the perfect length WITHOUT SHOES! This is what I have found on www.FamousFootwear.com They have free shipping and free in-store returns, so you're really not out much.

All of these have less than a 1 3/4 inch heel. I thought you might be interested as well. Enjoy!

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I just picked up my dress this weekend and found that it is the perfect length WITHOUT SHOES! This is what I have found on www.FamousFootwear.com They have free shipping and free in-store returns, so you're really not out much.

All of these have less than a 1 3/4 inch heel. I thought you might be interested as well. Enjoy!
Oops. I forgot to attach them! Sorry!

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So for all of you that got married ON the beach (actually in the sand) did you wear shoes? If so, were they a pain in the butt?

 

I was thinking of going barefoot for the ceremony, then putting on shoes for the reception. But then I wonder what I do about alterations for my dress. Do I get it altered for the barefoot height, then get shoes with little to no heel? Any advice, ladies?

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So for all of you that got married ON the beach (actually in the sand) did you wear shoes? If so, were they a pain in the butt?

I was thinking of going barefoot for the ceremony, then putting on shoes for the reception. But then I wonder what I do about alterations for my dress. Do I get it altered for the barefoot height, then get shoes with little to no heel? Any advice, ladies?
Even if you stand in shoes on the sand, the hem of your dress won't look perfect -- it's just the way sand is. So I'd say just get your dress altered for shoes/floor and it's okay if the dress is a little long for the sand.

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Good tip - thanks! But knowing me, I'll trip and do a face plant while walking down the sand aisle! I'll be sure to take it slow ... !

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