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In-Depth Look at Bridal Shoes: 12 Best Ideas in Choosing and Decorating Wedding Footwear

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The wedding is considered one of the most important events in life. That day everything has to be calculated to the smallest detail: the future husband has to dress in an elegant suit, the wife in a white dress, and on her feet, they have to wear bridal shoes of the same color. 

Grooms and brides always manage to put a personal touch on their wedding dresses and suits: a little color in the bridal bouquet, fun patterns in the accessories, and flowers in the wedding hairstyle. Do not leave out the shoes, they are the perfect canvas for the most creative customization, they are full of surprises! Together with Shoppok, we discover how to style the soles of your wedding shoes to the maximum with these ideas.

The Wedding Date: Sealing the Engagement

Put a classic stamp on your footwear by engraving your wedding date on the soles: it is not a flashy embellishment, but it is very romantic. Add your initials or full names, and coordinate the typography with that of the wedding invitation texts. They can even create a tradition of gifting themselves new engraved shoes on each anniversary or having the same pair repaired to last forever.

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10 Things To Do Before You Put On Your Wedding Gown [Tips For A Stress-Free Experience]

10 Things To Do Before You Put On Your Wedding Gown

Once you wear your wedding gown on your wedding day, your transformation into a bride is almost complete. There are few things left to do now, before you walk down the aisle. But before you step into your dream wedding dress, there are a couple of things you should first complete. This is what we will look at today. Here is a list of must-do’s before you finally wear your bridal dress, and are ready to walk down the aisle.

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How to choose accessories to complete your wedding look By Medge Ross from letmetrendchicevent

Weddings are among the most important ceremonies. Adorning yourself in a cohesive and complete manner is one of the indicators of how special you consider the occasion. Several tips for brides can be helpful when choosing accessories to complete their bridal look.

Consider the Gown Color

To achieve a complete bridal look using accessories, one must first consider the color of their gown. Brides have different color choices but most go for white. Therefore, the accessories must be selected depending on the gown color preferred. Even when the choice is a white gown, there are different shades of the color, which may result in a change of the accessories selected. For instance, a pure white bridal gown should result in the selection of jewelry with silver plating and cooler tones. However, for those going for cream or warmer ivory color, accessories with gold or rose gold will be effective in creating a complete bridal look.



The accessories will also depend on the neckline of the dress. Some brides go for strapless dresses. If this is the case, one should select matching necklaces and earring set. The choice also provides an opportunity to be creative as one can select either gentle drop earrings or studs. However, one should select either the earring or necklace to the statement as combining both may result in one looking cluttered and overbearing. Even for gowns with a neckline, there are variations that may result in changes in the way they are accessorized. For instance, those with narrow V-neck, high neck, and thick straps, calls for one to avoid large statement necklaces .


Selecting additional accessories

Most brides focus on the necklaces, earrings, and hair when selecting accessories. However, there are additional accessories that one can select to instill a level of personality in the gown. For example, one can add a belt or sash to depending on the desired look such as emphasizing the curves. This case, one can choose a traditional sash or metallic belt with a careful section of the sizes since thin belts are perfect for those with a short torso while wide belts suit those with a long torso. However, when choosing the additional accessories, one should stick to the rules by avoiding extras that will overpower the gown.

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The hair is another important indicator, particularly of the jewelry that one should wear. Small studs are perfect when leaving your hair down with a statement necklace complimenting to create a perfect look. However, shiny long earrings can also be selected to sparkle in the tresses when one does not want to wear a statement necklace. Even as this is the case, statement earrings are perfect for up-dos. Consequently, for hair that is held up, dramatic accessories such as chandelier danglers will still be perfect. An important consideration is that one should avoid choosing accessories that mimic the embellishment on the dress in an effort to match them.

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Veil choice

The veil also contributes to the attainment of the complete look when selected to complement the bridal gown. The fabric of gown should be the indicator of the kind of veil to wear. For instance, a satin gown combines with a satin edge veil will create the desired look while a veil having scattered crystal will be suitable for a sparkly gown. The combination of laces on the gown and veil should also be considered to ensure one strikes the right balance (MacCarthy). Matching the laces on the veil and gown can create a complete enough look. However, heavy laces on the veil and gown may overpower the bride.

Minimize the accessories

Accessories are essential components for the bride to achieve the complete look. However, be careful not to overdo them. Therefore, after selecting the gown, one should determine the standout features then work to have accessories that complete them, particularly for the embellished dresses. The selected veil, tiara, belt or sash, necklace or earring should not overpower the features of the gown. Therefore, pieces that create a clutter should be minimized or let out altogether.

While these tips are essential to creating a complete bridal look, the bride should remember she is at the center of all these. Consequently, the quest for the bling should not overpower the need to emphasize her personality.


Article written by Medge Ross @letmetrendchicevent. Medge is the founder of personal stylist specialist for special occasion and wedding. Get more fashion or wedding solutions at

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Complete your Bridal Look Perfectly with a Beautiful Headpiece

Once you have set your mind on the dress you will be wearing on your big day, it is time to look at the rest of the accessories that will pull your wedding day look together. Hair accessories add the perfect finishing touches to your look, and there is a huge variety to choose from.

Whether your long locks tumble down your shoulders or you have a short hairstyle, a good hairpiece can add a touch of sophistication to your total look. Here are some tips to help you select a headpiece that will add extra glamor to your bridal look.

Buy your headpiece only after you have zeroed in on your wedding dress

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Wait till you have finalized your wedding dress to look around for any accessories, including your headpiece. This is to make sure that the designs don’t clash when put together. Silver is the most popular color for hair accessories, as it goes with most wedding dresses. Gold headpieces complement champagne or gold-colored wedding gowns. Headpieces are also available in white or with crystals and embellishments in various colors.

Decide on the TYPE of headpiece that you would like to wear

Headpieces are available in the form of headbands, tiaras, combs or hairpins. While the first three form prominent displays, hairpins are subtle adornments that accent your hairdo with a touch of sparkle. Your wedding day hairstyle should determine your choice.

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Hair combs are the ideal choice if you put your hair up in a bun or chignon. Tiaras and headbands are versatile, and you can add them to almost any hairstyle. Experiment with placing them flat, or lifting them up against your crown, to find the look that you like.

Hair pins are ideal if you are already wearing other noticeable pieces of jewelry. These add the finishing touches to your hairdo, without going overboard with details. It is a good idea to try on your headpieces with the hairstyle that you intend to wear for your wedding, so you can choose well.

Make sure all your accessories are well coordinated

The various elements of your wedding attire—your dress, veil, headpiece and jewelry, should all come together harmoniously. For this you should envision your wedding day look, before you go shopping. This will allow you to mix and match appropriately.

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If your dress is rich in details, choose simple accessories that do not shift focus from your splendid wedding dress. If your dress is relatively simple, you can enhance your look with ornate jewelry and elaborate headpieces.

Your headpiece and the rest of your accessories should help create a look that matches your personality. You can choose to look beautiful and sophisticated in a single statement piece, or spectacular and bold in a collection of pieces. Either way, remember that it is not everyday that you can walk around in public wearing a tiara; so make the most of your wedding day when you can be the princess you always longed to be.

At Best for Bride, we have a beautiful collection of headpieces. Make your pick today.