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#51 Snickers

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    Posted 18 March 2010 - 03:27 PM

    Those flip flops are great Island Bride! Where did you get them from?

    #52 jennifer769405

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      Posted 18 March 2010 - 05:15 PM

      I LOVE the "frankie" sandals by Juicy!! I'm going to try and find those too :)

      #53 Island Bride

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        Posted 19 March 2010 - 06:41 PM

        Snickers- I got them from I Do Wedding Flip Flops by Girl Two Doors Down - Diamond Bridal Flip Flops - Honeymoon Gifts - Newlywed Gifts - Honeymoon Gift Ideas that is the direct link to the flip flops.
         

         


        #54 MDLady

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          Posted 22 March 2010 - 04:29 PM

          I am having this dilemma, although it seems more difficult for my wedding party/guests than for me. I have no problem putting a pair of flip flops for the beach part and then putting on sandals for the reception which will be held on the deck.

          For some reason though, people are having issues with not wearing formal shoes to the wedding. I keep reminding them that it cannot possibly be comfortable to wear formal shoes to the beach, once the sand gets there, it is quite uncomfortable. For some reason some people are having trouble choosing different footwear. I don't mind if people wear sandals or flip flops, as long as there are no ugly toes or anything haha.

          #55 becks1581

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            Posted 23 March 2010 - 09:51 PM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by NicoRuskies
            I finally found shoes! My fiance is tall so I didn't want to go with flats for the ceremony and pictures. I decided to go with a small wedge heal....which was SO HARD to find for me. I've been going to mall every second day because all of the cute spring shoes are coming in and selling out fast. I got them at Aldo. You can order online though. Here is the link!

            MANBY - women's evening sandals for sale at ALDO Shoes.

            Just to fill you ladies in. These sandles are VERY comfortable (not the kind you have to curl your toes to keep on!) and have good grip on the bottom which will be great for around the resort on tile.
            These are PERFECT! My dress won't need to be hemmed if I have just a little bit of a heel and I think that this wedge would even work in the sand. PLUS, they are adorable.
            I noticed that they are only full sizes...would you recommend ordering up or down a size? (I'm an 8.5)

            #56 Diva

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              Posted 23 March 2010 - 10:15 PM

              I too love those Juicy sandals but I read a review on a website that said the starfish leaves black marks on the white leather! Anyone have that experience?

              I will keep looking, but just in case I got some ivory metallic looking flip flops from Old Navy for the ceremony ($2.50) and sexy strappy silver Manolo heels for my terrace reception since I have a tea length reception dress and people will be able to see my feet then :)

              #57 NicoRuskies

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                Posted 23 March 2010 - 10:54 PM

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by becks1581
                These are PERFECT! My dress won't need to be hemmed if I have just a little bit of a heel and I think that this wedge would even work in the sand. PLUS, they are adorable.
                I noticed that they are only full sizes...would you recommend ordering up or down a size? (I'm an 8.5)
                I would go a size up (9). I normally wear a size 8 shoe and the 8 in this style is the perfect length...any shorter and I would need the next size up!

                #58 J&E2011

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                  Posted 24 March 2010 - 05:01 PM

                  Love the Manolo heels idea!
                  I'm also debating... but honestly I can't picture myself without heels.
                  We haven't picked out the details for our ceremony yet, gazebo or beach, but I already found my dress! I'm liking the gazebo better but my fiance prefers the beach. Either way, I'd like to wear heels to my reception. I can always get a pair of 2" heels and it won't make much difference to the length of my dress, right?

                  #59 becks1581

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                    Posted 27 March 2010 - 08:38 PM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by J&E2011
                    Love the Manolo heels idea!
                    I'm also debating... but honestly I can't picture myself without heels.
                    We haven't picked out the details for our ceremony yet, gazebo or beach, but I already found my dress! I'm liking the gazebo better but my fiance prefers the beach. Either way, I'd like to wear heels to my reception. I can always get a pair of 2" heels and it won't make much difference to the length of my dress, right?
                    I'm in the same boat. I say, go for the heels you love for the reception and then you can always find a pair of wedge or platform flip flops for the ceremony if the length of your dress is an issue. You can also wear your pretty heels for pictures!

                    #60 Trinas79

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                      Posted 28 March 2010 - 11:48 AM

                      Quote:
                      Originally Posted by becks1581
                      I'm in the same boat. I say, go for the heels you love for the reception and then you can always find a pair of wedge or platform flip flops for the ceremony if the length of your dress is an issue. You can also wear your pretty heels for pictures!

                      Me too, I just can't see myself in a small wedge for my wedding - I love heels! I may do just that, get heels for the ceremony (gazebo) and then some sort of wedge in case I need it




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