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I think it depends where your ceremony is being held.  For example, our ceremony was in a gazebo with a stone walkway.  It would be pretty hard for me to go barefoot.  I think if you are getting married on the beach in soft sand, then absolutely you can go barefoot!

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I think going barefoot in the sand looks really pretty, but I'm not sure I could do it.  I wear high heels every day, so I wouldn't feel like myself without them.  I'm also super short, so I need at least a little something to keep me from looking like a child in pictures.  I'll probably go for dressy wedges, so I won't be digging into the sand, but I'll still have heels on.  

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We are getting married on the beach, but I am wearing wedges for the ceremony, then changing into heels for the reception. I am a foot shorter than my fiance so I didnt want to look so small in all of our pictures. Any time I am remotely dressed up (going out with friends and even work), I wear heels, so I cant imagine not wearing heels. Plus, I didnt want to get my dress hemmed for my wearing heels at the reception and not be able to walk down the isle easily because my dress was too long.

 

We opted for the wood walk way that will go all the way up to the alter, so myself and my fiance will be standing on it throughout the duration of the ceremony.

 

Wooden runner GZ 55.JPG

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I'm going barefoot as well, but will wear the barefoot jewelry. 

 

Bondgirl~ Love some of the ones you posted!  Thanks for the link.

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Originally Posted by AmberDragon View Post

 

I'm going barefoot as well, but will wear the barefoot jewelry. 

 

Bondgirl~ Love some of the ones you posted!  Thanks for the link.

Thanks very much Amber! 

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Originally Posted by TheWolferts View Post

 

We are getting married on the beach, but I am wearing wedges for the ceremony, then changing into heels for the reception. I am a foot shorter than my fiance so I didnt want to look so small in all of our pictures. Any time I am remotely dressed up (going out with friends and even work), I wear heels, so I cant imagine not wearing heels. Plus, I didnt want to get my dress hemmed for my wearing heels at the reception and not be able to walk down the isle easily because my dress was too long.

 

We opted for the wood walk way that will go all the way up to the alter, so myself and my fiance will be standing on it throughout the duration of the ceremony.

 

Wooden runner GZ 55.JPG

 

Wow I know that this thread is about shoes but I love this walkway!!!

 

 

Super cute but definitely would wear shoes on it!!

 

Hope you had a great wedding!

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We used this walk way at the El Dorado Royale in Riviera Maya, Mexico. I really did aid in my walking down the isle in wedges, rather than trudging through the sand. I think it was $150 to rent and it ended up looking slightly different. Instead of the wooden slats lying horizontally across the isle, as in the picture, they actually ran long ways down the isle. The entire isle was comprised of sections of the slats. So not quite what was pictured but still useful!

Originally Posted by 2bmrstremblay View Post

 

Wow I know that this thread is about shoes but I love this walkway!!!

 

 

Super cute but definitely would wear shoes on it!!

 

Hope you had a great wedding!

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