6 Shoe-Bottom Details You'll Love
When it comes to your bridal look, the bottom of your shoes might not be top of mind. But when you consider all eyes will be on you—when you're coming and going—adding a bit of detail to the soles of your shoes can be a fun, whimsical touch. Here are a few that'll step up your style.
1. Save the Date
Celebrate your new last name and the date it all went down by stamping your soles with these very important details.
DinkiDs wedding shoe sticker decals, $5,
2. Sole Status
Announce your new married status to guests with "Wifey for Lifey" shoe-bottom decals.
MommyGotTalent Wifey for Lifey shoe decal, $7, Etsy.com
3. I Now Pronounce You...
Leave the ceremony with a sole style that tells the world you and your partner are now hitched.
SweetumsSignatures Just Married wedding shoe decals, $6,
4. Meant to Be
Add a punny take on finding your soul mate by stamping "sole mates" on the bottoms of your shoes.
SoleMatesShop Sole Mates shoe decals, $20, Etsy.com
5. Lasting Words
#sneakpeek from yesterday's #shoot I did for my #bhldn takeover. Had so much fun even if it did take two days to shop for props and take the images. I always have insta envy over images from people like the super creative @belleandbunty and the @thewstylist . However with a bit of thought and research into taking photos you can get some fab results. I am super happy with what I created. Keep posted for the rest of the images on BHLDN Instagram page over the next few weeks. #instalove #charlottemills #bridalshoes #silversixpence #floral #hello #cute
Looking for something more permanent than a sticker? Wedding shoes can be embossed with a traditional wedding rhyme.
6. Make Your Mark
I love this little things the bride can do to surprise the groom when the pictures are done! #wedding #shoes #cintiagoogins #cintiasuniqueevents #pictureoftheday #picofday #details #note #brideandgroom #bridetobe #bride #groom #weddingshoes #bridalshoes #brideshoes #specialnote #weddingnote #weddingideas #weddinginspiration #weddingdetails (Picture from Pinterest)
For a more DIY approach, a permanent marker is all you need. Write a note to your future spouse on the soles of your shoes or give them to the groom and ask him to write something special to you.