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#11 calgarybride2015

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 07:55 PM

I didn't have bruises but the edema was horrible lol.

I was shocked at how many people stepped on the dress though - shocked I didn't trip!!

The lazy river was the most horrifying hahah may have scratched an elbow and hit my head


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#12 LisaAnthonyPoppy

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 08:31 PM

I can see it now

#13 calgarybride2015

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 08:37 PM

They are dangerous lol. Or it may have been the booze. Nope I stand behind they are dangerous :)


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#14 Wafflesmom

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 08:55 PM

@racht33@Wafflesmom
OMG not that I care if others care, but I can see myself emotional in tears walking and the flops flipping n loosing my patience lol. TGF barefoot sandals. FYI I am having reception on concrete and don't want to risk stubbing and skinning a toe in celebration mode, so I am switching into dancer ballet flats. The real authentic dancer flats at dancer supply stores. Not paying $30 plus for a pair of flats that might, dig into Achilles' tendon or squeeze foot! $15 dancer supply yes please! Plus when dancing I wanna be able to lift my foot without loosing my shoe!


That's an awesome idea! I've never taken ballet before so please excuse if this is a stupid question but are they quite comfy? I do like the idea of not having to worry about losing my shoes or having pains from lack of arch support or ill fitting shoes. Our reception is also on a terrace with concrete. I wanted heels but not realistic if I'm wearing barefoot sandals. The length of the dress would be all wrong!
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#15 LisaAnthonyPoppy

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Posted 18 February 2015 - 06:32 AM

There are traditional flat toe performing ballet shoes, that lace. Then there are practice shoes that dancers practice in. I'll find a pic.... And attach hang on
Here is an example. They do not rub pinch or squeeze. They are lightweight and cling to your feet. You can not see them if your dress hits the floor. They are going to on my feet fo sho!

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#16 Wafflesmom

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Posted 18 February 2015 - 07:22 AM

There are traditional flat toe performing ballet shoes, that lace. Then there are practice shoes that dancers practice in. I'll find a pic.... And attach hang on Here is an example. They do not rub pinch or squeeze. They are lightweight and cling to your feet. You can not see them if your dress hits the floor. They are going to on my feet fo sho!


You are a genius! They look so comfy, I'm definitely taking a page out of your playbook and buying a pair :) thanks @LisaAnthonyPoppy
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#17 racht33

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Posted 18 February 2015 - 07:32 AM

@LisaAnthonyPoppy seriously what a great idea! Would of never thought of getting ballet shoes! This is on my list of must haves!!


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#18 LisaAnthonyPoppy

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Posted 18 February 2015 - 08:16 AM

@Wafflesmom@racht33

Hey thanks you two!
I'm gonna go to a local dance supply shop and try them on to know what size and if they are more expensive than $15-$20 bucks I'm gonna order them from discountdance.com but at least I'll know what size and color. Your feet will love you!

#19 calgarybride2015

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Posted 18 February 2015 - 09:50 AM

They are also starting to make flats similar to these too!

I got a pair - maybe from Aldo - that are so flat you may not want to wear on a road with rocks, but they have an elastic band around them that don't cut it :)


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#20 Lia33

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Posted 28 February 2015 - 04:46 PM

I have also decided on barefoot sandals for my ceremony - but am now wondering 'what if the sand is super hot'....and I end up having to fight the urge to hop down the aisle lol I will probably get barefoot sandals as well as flat/non-flip flop sandals (to avoid floppy sound) just in case the sand is too hot. Maybe I'll send a bridesmaid to go test the sand temperature for me ahead of time lol 


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