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I want everyone in the wedding party, including myself and fiance to be barefoot. I am worried about the heat of the sand so I'll have to try it out the days prior to the ceremony! On my invites it says "Barefoot Ceremony: July 14, 2011"... hopefully the guests will follow suit!

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I am thinking of wearing flip-flops for ceremony, since it will be hard to walk on sand in heels, but I will change into heels for reception. I am all about heels and pretty shoes. I would like to be tall like a tower in my pictures. I will probably change into flip-flops again for dancing after midnight lol

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I'm going to give my bridesmaid and flower girls flip flops for the beach ceremony as part of their welcome gifts.. Good point on the heat of the sand I would not have thought of that and suggested we just go barefoot!

I know we'll do heels for later but I haven't found anything yet.  My FI isn't much taller than me so I could stay comfy if I want!:)

p.s. great idea about the mat with the brush to brush sand off!!

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I where heels all the time to work so I had no problem with the shoes, even on the sand.  I wore them till the bitter end!! The platform really helps! :)

 

Originally Posted by MsFactorA View Post

I got the same shoes :) They look awesome but I must say good for you for wearing on the beach  that was probably complicated...



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 I may wear sandals-and switch to my Heels on solid ground...... I would die if i twisted my ankle!!!

 

hmm...My fiance is the same hight as me, so pretty flips is the way to go  msnwink.gif

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Some beaches may have hookworms if there are stray cats or dogs roaming around the hotel properties. I would just be cautious, but not be overly paranoid.

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