Chloé Alexander
Chloé Alexander 7 Feb 2020

Shoe struggles

Hi everyone. I’m getting married in March and I’m conscious that British weather is tricky and it could be freezing or like in recent years decently hot. I suffer from Raynauds in my feet and they’re constantly freezing. I have no idea what shoes to wear. I can’t wear heals anymore but I don’t exactly like the look of trainers or espadrilles. Any suggestions to what I could wear??

38 Comments
UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I got married in dec I wore flats but had thick tights on x

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I wore converse I blinged them up myself as it was cheaper was so much comfer then heels x

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

You could wear a nice pair of brogues? I've seen some lovely glittery ones too.

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Some brogues could be nice? I had some slip on trainers that I changed into in the evening for my wedding and they were great! I had a long dress so you couldn’t see them at all!

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Closed shoes with tights and keep a pair of thick fluffy socks available for more comfort and bedtime. Happy wedding and congratulations xx

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

My cousin wore white converse and blinged them up with diamantés and ribbon instead of laces x

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Wear some cute ankle boots - you can get ones with heels if you want them, and if they’re lace up, you could always change the ribbon for Mr & Mrs Ribbon 🙂

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

https://www.wantthattrend.com/violet-bow-suede-chelsea-ankle-boots/

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Vans do Wedding Shoes

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I have some flat ivory diamante ballet type shoes xx

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Dolly shoes maybe, ankle boots or brogues would be good, I also have Raynauds in my hands and feet so know the struggle of the pain from being cold! Wear 2 pairs of tights with them to keep your feet warmer x

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Always have 2 pairs of shoes. Problem solved 😁

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I wore white ankle boots. Vintage look from Joe Browns

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I’m wearing wellies.. October wedding in the Scottish Highlands. I suffer with Raynauds too

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Your on your feet nearly all the day you need comfort I’d go with socks and a soft ballet shoe have a fab wedding day

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Im getting married in March too so i have some heels just incase its nice and doc martens of its cold or wet

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I'm wearing docs x

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

What about like ballet shoes with ribbons around your ankles. What date do you get married? I also get married in March

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I'm wearing rainbow converse some people wear do I Martin's it's entirely up to you

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Victorian style boots look stunning!

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Get hand & feet warming pads pop them in shoe. Raynauds will never stop my love of shoes that are impractical for British weather

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I’m getting married April next year an I also can’t wear heels so I’m thinking of either high tops or converse. Thinking of getting them personalised. Comfy and warm. Have a great day xx

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I wore my heels for the ceremony and pictures then changed into something more comfortable... Tbh it was due to the height difference of me and my husband lol

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

U could get a pair of white canvas echoes and fabric glue loads of diamonte on and lace them up satin ribbon wiv either the same colour as it bridesmaids dress or a nice lacy ribbon that way u could wear trainer socks ... I'm making the same shoes for my daughter's prom as she has hypo mobility syndrome and she discolate joints very easy so has to have good shoes on all time

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I second the bling the converse, I have friend who got married in Nov, I used a glue gun and some crystals.... she had Mrs in diamanté’s down the sides and her wedding date down the seam at the back.... I popped some scattered on the toes so they looked pretty 😊 x

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Get some nice white socks or the same colour scheme you are going for and make them a feature, socks and shoes are very "in" at the moment or I've seen brides wear converse or dr Martin's before now xx

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

You can buy chargeable usb heated insoles if you'll consider them. If you find it is warmer on the day you dont have to keep them in x

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I am getting married in December and have ordered personally converse XX

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I wore sparkly Skechers and had my toasty warm socks on .... we got married in November xxxxx

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Irregular choice do some adorable wedding-suitable boots/shoe boots for a bit more coverage

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I had convers with the built in heal and had them blinged up. Best shoes ever xxx

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I got married in March it was lovely! Not too hot and not freezing cold, I wore ballet shoes for comfort 😁

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

I’ve got pumps.

UKbride Member 10 Feb 2020

Boots! Loads of worn dr martens
If I hadn't burnt the top of my foot with hot glue I probably would have worn boots

UKbride Member 11 Feb 2020

Just to give you a bit of confidence, I got married in march last year and the weather was amazing, I worried so much about the weather but really didn't need to. Xx

UKbride Member 11 Feb 2020

I got married 30th March last year and the weather was amazing. I did wear heels but as soon as the photos were done I wore blinged up pumps......... so comfy

UKbride Member 11 Feb 2020

You can get personalised pumps on Etsy if you put in personalised wedding shoes. You can get your new surname and make it more of a statement xx

UKbride Member 12 Feb 2020

A pair of converse or something similar, glue on some lace and bits to pretty them up.

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