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Our friends at Simply Bridal shared this fun graphic with us and we couldn’t resist asking our readers the question… What style of shoes will you wear on your wedding day? Will you be switching your wedding shoes halfway through the day/night? We wanna know :)

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  • Renae

    Kyle and I are almost the same height, so I don’t want to tower above him. That’s why I’m on the hunt for some pretty ballet flats! My mom suggested a pair of Isotoners, because who sees your feet anyway? But, no, I’m sticking to ballet flats.

  • Dabney

    I wore personalized converse high tops and switched to flip flops for the reception.

    • http://www.thebudgetsavvybride.com Budget Savvy Bride

      Um, that sounds awesome! Were they monogrammed?

  • http://www.lilvampgurl.wordpress.com Heather-Joan Carls

    I will probably wear ballet shoes for my fiancee is almost three inches shorter than me (yes, how awkward LOL) and I cannot wear heels anymore due to multiple herniated discs in my back. Which is fine because I am 6 feet tall myself. Don’t need to go around looking like a giant anyways LOL.

  • http://www.nancy.cc/ Nancy

    I wore slingbacks with a 2-inch heel at my wedding. I would have preferred flats, but the dress fit really well — just a bit long — without any alterations, so I decided to leave it as it was and go with small heels.

    I also did a costume change (for a tea ceremony) partway through the reception. The shoes that went with the ceremony outfit were tall heels with buckles at the ankle. And then I changed *back* into the dress and slingbacks afterward.

    Man, those strappy shoes were a pain. I could barely see them underneath all the fabric gathered at my knees as I bent over to buckle them. The slingbacks may not have looked as formal, but they were so much easier to deal with.