Green wedding shoes to melt your face off

Updated Oct 31 2019
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I heart these shoes!

How can you resist these green heels with the hearts on the bottoms from Offbeat Bride reader Lucy's full-color March wedding in Oregon? These heels are called "Wicked" by Luichiny. The hearts on the soles make me wet my pants a little. I declare these my favorite shoes of the season.

But the pee-inducing shoes were just the tip of the iceberg on style from this wedding … the photos from Jessica Watson Photography are like sticking a designer lollipop in your eye-ball. So much color and sweetness and style!

Now, if those aren't quite your style of green wedding shoes … check these out:

  1. Holy crapola! I can't believe I'm on Offbeat Bride! I was working on the questionaire and realized I didn't have my pro pictures on Flickr yet, so there are more to come!

  2. I absolutely LOVE your wedding pictures!! This is one of my all time favorite weddings that I have EVER seen!! I love the colorful paper flowers and your beautiful bouquet!!! Congrats on your wedding!

  3. What a gorgeous, unique wedding! I loved drooling over those pictures- thanks for sharing! Can you possibly brief me on the bingo deal? My FH and I are both just not much for dancing so we're trying to figure out other ways to keep our wedding fun. 🙂

  4. I'm almost positive the doughnuts are from Voodoo Doughnuts in Portland(open 24 hours, thank god). Also famous for their cock-n-balls and triple chocolate penetration doughnuts. Yum!

  5. the colours are exactly what i'm going for too! and yes, the lasertron bouquet is too too beautiful. congrats on the amazingness! xx

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