Dancing Feet

In recent weddings many brides have had two different pairs of shoes for their special days. Many brides have a formal pair of shoes for their ceremony and a comfy pair of dancing shoes for the reception. The ceremony is considered to be the more formal part of the event, so most brides opt for a heel, wedge or formal sandal. The reception an exciting part of the ceremony and most brides want to be able to move around freely and easily. Brides have chosen sparkly keds, less formal sandals, flowery slip ons and even no shoes at all. A reception for the bride and groom is the time they can spend together celebrating with their friends and family. For many the reception includes dancing. As many of us ladies know, dancing in heels can be difficult and painful, so brides often opt for a more comfortable but still cute shoe option.

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