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There are many stunning designs of wedding shoes available throughout Australia, and the best Australian suppliers are listed on True Bride, your Wedding Directory
Beautiful design, colour, and quality of your wedding shoes are all very important, but don't forget comfort when considering your wedding shoes, as you will be wearing them for some time.
It's a good idea to buy your wedding shoes early if you can, not only so you can break them in and make them as comfortable as possible, but also to they can be fitted with your wedding gown, ensuring your gown is the right length for the heel height of your wedding shoes.
On your wedding day it's likely you will be spending many hours on your feet, so it's a good idea to try and break your shoes in well before. If you have an office job, it's even a good idea to wear them just sitting at your desk to mould them to your feet over time.
It’s sometimes a good idea to scuff the sole to make sure that your wedding shoes aren't slippery on the day, particularly if your unlucky enough to come across drizzle or rain.
In terms of colour of wedding shoes, many opt for the traditional white, cream or even silver, tying them in to the colour of their wedding dress. However, we have seen quite a few brides choosing different colour wedding shoes. A popular choice are wedding shoes in a variety of blue tones, contributing to the tradition of "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue". So the bride can tick off 'something blue'! Another option for brides, is to match their wedding shoes with the colour of their bridesmaids dresses. Imagine red bridesmaids dresses and the bride wearing dramatic red colour wedding shoes under the stark white of her wedding gown. Certainly a statement piece!
In the end the design of the wedding shoes you select will be personal, a unique choice that matches your style. Whichever you choose, remember, comfort is paramount, so plan ahead and gently break them in over time. Explore our range of suppliers today!