Why Would You Wear Flats on Your Wedding Day?

Selecting a beautiful wedding dress, a flattering makeup and hairstyle and a bunch of gorgeous accessories are all important parts of planning the most stunning bridal look your guests have ever seen. However, it is very important to remember your footwear is highly crucial too – not only for the sake of your look, but for the sake of your comfort too.

Why would you wear flats on your wedding day? We have some of the most popular reasons to convince you – so read on and find out more.


  • You are simply not good on high heels. It happens, ladies – and it is perfectly OK. Rather than risk tripping over something (and probably making a huge mess out of your dress), it is far better to wear a pair of shoes you actually feel safe in.
  • You really want to dance. It’s your wedding day, so it’s only natural that you want to have fun and dance. Unfortunately though, heels are rarely comfortable in this kind of situation – and almost never for more than one or two dances. A pair of flats is a truly great idea if you want to stick to your wedding dance floor all night long.
  • You are having an outdoor wedding. Outdoor weddings are completely unsuitable for heels, as they can very easily get stuck in the earth beneath you. Stay safe and comfortable by wearing a pair of flats instead – and encourage your bridesmaids and guests to do the same too!

Searching for a splendid Virginian wedding venue? Come visit Black Horse Inn and allow yourself to be infused with history and elegance. Come visit us and take a look at the gorgeous wedding venue we offer here in Virginia. You will LOVE what we have in store for you!


Photo source: flickr.com/ A Little Contrast Photography


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