Pink Wedding Shoes



Women… love shoes.  What better way to express that love than pink wedding shoes?  Studies prove that most women’s favorite color is pink — sexist I know, but facts don’t lie.

Okay, I’ll admit it.  I have a little bit of a shoe fetish.  I LOVE SHOES.  I have since I was a little girl.  A bit of background… while I am not a big woman, my feet WERE.  When I was in 4th grade, a mere ten years old, my feet were the same size they are today – an average size 7 – for a woman, that is…My dad always told me how he “loved big feet.”  And it wasn’t until I was a mother myself, that I realized how gentle and kind he was.  I always felt good about myself — and my big feet! 🙂

If you’ve noticed, most of my blog’s “Header” pictures showcase a bride AND her shoes.  I think shoes make or break an outfit, and there is NO more important attire than a bride’s. On KK’s wedding day, I’m going to insist her photographer take a few photos like the one below.  I love this style of picture.  We are going to have to purchase some special shoes…




The shoes in the picture above are spectacular.  The look like fairy princess shoes.  I bet they pinch, though.  Although open toe shoes are not always the most flattering, they are much more comfortable that the lace confection above.



Okay…I’d take a little pain to wear the next pair with the roses on the heel.  Gorgeous.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more feminine shoe.  And isn’t that what a bride’s all about?



Want a pop and a flash?  Then the hot pink shoes from are for you.  A bride could have a simple, tailored dress, but these shoes would make any dress fabulous!



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Let’s Talk Wedding Shoes!



Second to your wedding dress and veil, the bride’s wedding shoes make the greatest statement.  You can go for comfort, or style…or somewhere in-between.  I think you may notice there’s a theme in this blog post… I like colored shoes.  I like a bit of flare.

I wore plain white pumps.  No embellishment, no sparkle, no flash.  Maybe that’s why I so like the panache of a little color.  (Do you know how hard it is to find white shoes in the winter?  – We were married in January, and I put off getting my shoes till the last minute!  I purchased them at South Coast Plaza, Orange County, California – in the third week of December.



click on the link below to see this wedding shoe for $ 22.99 from amazon.

V-Luxury Womens 32-LARISA39 Round Toe Flat Ballerina Ballet Shoes


The crowds, unbelievable.  I knew Kenny truly loved me when he offered to drive me and stuck by my side the entire trip…except  when I tried the shoes on, of course!  He hated shopping then, as he does now…somethings never change!  🙂

If I had been smarter, I would have purchased my shoes at the bridal salon where I got my dress.  If I recall correctly, however, they were too “flashy” for me at the time.  NOW look what I think is beautiful!


KK has the cutest idea for her wedding shoes.  I wish I could share it with you, I will after the wedding…but can’t yet.  She is incorporating comfort AND style.  She has a bit of a shoe obsession…

Wedding-Shoes-Evin Krehbiel

There is no need to buy your shoes at a bridal salon.  There are so many options out there on the internet.  But be cautious…if you order something from an on-line store overseas…you may be out of luck if you need to return them.  I ordered a bridesmaid dress from such a retailer.  Even though they said they had a “return policy”- they didn’t.  They would not accept my return – and the dress was faulty – they wanted to “remake” it, plus have me order five more…really?!?




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