27

Jul

2013

Boho Pins: Alternative Wedding Shoes

boho pins Welcome along to another edition of Boho Pins, where I delve into my pinterest board collection and choose one to share with you. If you’re planning a wedding then pinterest is the perfect visual planning tool. Fantastic for putting ideas together and keeping all your ideas organised! You can find me here www.pinterest.com/bohowedandlife and I update my boards on a daily basis!

Today I am looking a wedding shoes, but not your normal high healed traditional wedding shoe, today you can throw your Jimmy Choo’s and Manolo Blahnik out the window, as we are looking at Alternative Wedding Shoes. Now don’t get me wrong I LOVE  a bit of sparkle and a good old high heel, but not every bride wants your traditional stiletto. Some will choose a flat, or a boot, or something a bit more striking. The weather can also be a depending factor on what you put on your feet, rain can mean wellies and a destination wedding can mean flat sandles (think of your poor feet in the heat). These days I tend to look at comfort over a 6 inch heel (yes I am getting old) so here are a few ideas for something a little different.  You can see my full Wedding Shoes pinterest board HERE.

Alternative wedding shoes

Photo source and photographer: Green Wellies (Photographer Jay Mountford) / Converse (Photographer Ben Bull ) / Sandals (Photographer Photoshoots Vallarta) / Gold Boots (Photographer Tin Sparrow) / Cowboy boots (Photographer Brandon Chesbro) / Silver wellies (Photographer Source Images) / Green spotty shoes (Photographer Tom Redman) / Gold high heal boots (Photographer Raw Photography) / Red DMs (Photographer M.Studios) / Cowboy boots x 2 (Photographer Tilt Shift Studios ) / Lace ballet pumps (Photographer Mark Tierney) / Yellow and Blue converse (Photographer Sara Adams ) / Dune Sandals (Photographer Ellie Gillard)

 

 

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