The Tiesta Bride!

The first thing to take into consideration is “Comfort”. Remember, throughout the wedding procession you will be standing on your feet. The last thing you want to have is to deal with pain that limits your mobility and fun.

The series of endless details in planning a wedding can be both frustrating and elating. To be sure, there is one detail your feet don’t want you to overlook – your shoes. Though it is believed that it is important to think of function over fashion when picking your wedding shoes, we recommend you to find a happy middle ground. I’m sure that the myriad of wedding shoe options that Tiesta offers is much easier to execute than the hours invested in the rehearsal dinner seating chart.

For The Bride

The first thing to take into consideration is “Comfort”. Remember, throughout the wedding procession you will be standing on your feet. The last thing you want to have is to deal with pain that limits your mobility and fun.

Experts recommend for a bride to have two pairs of shoes – One formal pair for the ceremony, receiving line, pictures and arrival at the reception, and the other, more comfortable and casual pair for the rest of the evening. Ballet slipper-style shoes are a popular choice for a  reception filled with dance and activities.

Be sure to pick a shoe that complements your dress and your style. After all, you’ll be capturing all the beautiful moments in pictures and videos for the rest of your life.

Be sure to pick a shoe that complements your dress and your style. After all, you’ll be capturing all the beautiful moments in pictures and videos for the rest of your life.

Consider the fabric of your dress. Some match the silk and satin gowns to satin shoes. Be it sandals, pumps or strappy heels, everything is appropriate as long as it is what you desire it to be.

Important note – Take your shoes to your fitting so the hem is accurate. Go for a simple yet classy pair of shoes with an elaborate dress, or a glittering or embroidered stunner to enhance the look of a simple yet elegant dress.

A lot of questions arise when considering shoe options for a bride. Should the shoes be of the same style and color as the dress? Should there even be different heel heights to out the bridesmaids? Should this be that or is this the best? Well kinda confusing right?

We here at TIESTA, wait to solve all your queries and convert “Chaos to Calm”!

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