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Wedding wedges you can actually walk in, with lace, ivory, and gold

Last week, one reader suggested wedges and I was all, ooh, it's been a hot minute since I last did a post about wedding wedges. (Did you know we have a whole archive of posts dedicated to wedding wedges? OH YES!) So this week I'm rounding up wedding wedges in shades of gold, ivory, and lace… kinda frilly, a little shiny, and hopefully solid enough through the heel that you can walk in them. I've even got one pair of gold wedge high-tops, because, well, I loves me some high tops.

Yeah, I'm kind of obsessed with these wooden wedges

These handpainted wooden wedges from Etsy seller Saigon Socialite are giving me a very special kind of shoe boner. It's like, not only do they have this great organic feel with the wooden wedge, but then they also have these parrot-perfect rainbow wings? And you can pick the color of leather? And they're 100% handmade, so much so that they ask for an outline of your foot to produce them? GURGLE.

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Gather 'round and let's enjoy some wedding wedges

Some of us get a little shaky on any sort of spiked heel, and wedges can be a great way to get an elevated heel without the ankle-twisting. In addition to being generally more walkable, wedges have the added benefit of being lawn-friendly for those of you having your weddings outdoors — no need to think about sinking up to your ankles in the grass.

This reduced shakiness AND improved grass-walkingness in mind, I'm going to round up some of my very favorite wedge shoes today. If I missed your favorites, leave a comment!

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Friday freakout: wedding wedges

This week I'll be panting over wedges. I'm a huge fan of wedges because they give you that lift of a heel, without the stab of a stiletto (or even the wobble of a kitten heel). As always, I aimed for a range of colors (white wedges! red wedges! blue wedges!) and costs (from forty bucks affordable to zomg those shoes almost cost as much as my entire wedding budget).