You've lived your wedding day - right down to the wedding shoes - in your mind everyday since you were a girl. In your mind you've planned every detail. Nothing is forgotten. Your wedding shoes match your wedding gown perfectly. Your hair is exquisite…

Finally, to your great joy, that day is quickly approaching and you actually have to find those wedding shoes…

I don't have to remind you how important finding the right pair of wedding shoes is to make your bridal outfit complete. You need your shoes to match or compliment your wedding dress perfectly. That's why you want bridal shoes that were designed to be dyed so that your shoes will match your bridal outfit as well in real life as they do in your dreams.

Choosing Bridal Shoes

The task of choosing your bridal shoes both a simple and complex proposition. It's simple in that your choice is really a matter of what you like and what footwear makes you feel beautiful.

At the same time, there are a number of factors that you might want to consider when you choose your wedding shoes. For example, if you are exceptionally tall or your husband to be is exceptionally short you might want to choose a bridal shoe with little or no heel. Likewise, if you are particularly short you probably will want a high heel.

Another factor which might not be so obvious is how the length of your wedding dress impacts your wedding shoe choices. For example, if your dress is shorter you might want to choose a shoe with a heel because high heels tend to make your leg appear longer and leaner. On the other hand, if your dress is so long that people will rarely see your bridal shoes and the height issue is not a problem then your choice might be to opt for shoes that are more comfortable like a slipper or a sandal or … even a barefoot sandal where you would have the comfort of going without shoes, but when your dress does reveal your feet your guests see the jewels of the barefoot sandal (this is an exceptional choice for garden or beach weddings too).

Of course, whatever you choose as your wedding footwear, you are going to be on your feet a lot on your wedding day. Often the wedding day is a long day after you've put on your wedding shoes when you take into consideration the ceremony, the time with your wedding photographer, and the reception, so make a point of wearing your new bridal shoes enough before your wedding day so that you will be totally comfortable in them on your wedding day. Of course, take care that you only wear them around the house where you won't risk scuffing them and thereby undoing all the work you put into finding the perfect pair of wedding shoes for your bridal ensemble.