Match your hair and your wedding shoes

Photo by Jenn Link Photography
Photo by Jenn Link Photography

Ooh, girl. You know I loves me some loud shoes and some pink hair and when you coordinate your loud pink shoes with your bright pink hair? You're basically guaranteeing that I have to go change my pants.

To see more of Offbeat Bride reader Ferretgirl's insanely gorgeous Richmond, VA, wedding (the coordinated hair & shoes are really just the tip of the incredible iceberg), head on over to Jenn Link Photography.

  1. Oh my goodness… This makes me want to add some pink to my auburn hair REALLY BADLY!

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  2. Yay! That's my friend! Her hair does totally rock :)

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  3. Gorgeous as always, 'ferretgirl', hehe. So happy for you, and you look amazing.

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  4. I'd love to know how to do that braid, it looks very interesting.

    PS The matching hair and shoes ROCK!

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    • I THINK that what's happening with the pink is actually a series of loose knots, and then the rest of it is a loose french braid down the back of the head, then small sections are straight-braided and wrapped around all of the hair to finish it. But I'm with you, I'd LOVE a tutorial for this. It's pretty awesome.

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      • I'd love some cool hair tutorials. Especially for those of us who's hair is different lengths or layered.

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  5. Ohhie! I love this, and I sorta matched my hair and shoes for my wedding too! I had cotton candy pink hair and a pair of those pink petal toms. ^_^

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  6. I've already planned to have my hair match my bridal party colors in some way. If we go with purple – im doing my whole head, but if we go for green or orange (we havent decided yet) Im just going for bold streaks

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  7. SQUEEE! I'm in an update!!! Thank youuuuu!

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