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Sandals Are They A Must For A Beach Wedding?

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#1 Nadika

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Posted 12 May 2014 - 04:46 AM

i would like to have a beach wedding but unsure if i must provide sandals for my guest what do you think ladies.. opinions please

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#2 stefadile

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Posted 12 May 2014 - 06:37 AM


I don't think you should have to provide sandals, most of my guests will probably just take off their shoes for the ceremony, and put them back on for the reception.

#3 AllieH

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Posted 12 May 2014 - 06:48 AM

like most things with a destination wedding - there are no rules. they are a "nice to have", but certainly not a must. we didn't include them, and most of our guests were just fine. those who found the sand difficult to navigate just took off their shoes (including ME!) for photos and such.


in the big budget picture, providing flip flops for our guests just wasn't top of our priority list.


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#4 DebbieSmith

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    Posted 12 May 2014 - 10:48 PM

    I do not think that you ‘need’ to have them, but if you are going to make people go barefoot I’d make sure that you do not have older people who might need specific shoes and I would want to make sure that there is a place to rinse off your feet or at least use a towel to brush the sand off your toes.

    Does anyone have any experience buying from http://www.gymsource.com/treadmills ?

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