MadLibs with offbeat wedding shoes: Let's imagine what weddings go with these shoes…

Updated Oct 31 2019
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These are perfect for an agnostic Arizona aquarium wedding!
These are perfect for an agnostic Arizona aquarium wedding!

Every week I round up a few of my favorite shoes, focused on some sort of theme — smaller feet! Rustic chic! Halloween weddings! Sparkles! Etc! This week I'm going to try something a little different.

I'm just going to grab some shoe styles and then imagine what type of Offbeat Bride wedding might go with them. I'll use descriptors from our enormous tag archive… it's sort of like Offbeat Bride MadLibs, but with shoes!

It's a Date! Wedge in Scarlet
Let's say… Adults-only Bilingual Art Gallery wedding!
Operatic Elegance Heel in Champagne
Ooh, definitely Atheist at-home Atlanta wedding!
You Grow, Girl! Boot
Boho bonfire Belgian wedding for sure.
Who Could Be Saddle Shoes
Perfect for a bride in pants British Columbia brunch wedding.
Zest of Luck Flat in Rose
Just right for your pink dress polyamorous Portland pool party wedding!

Peacock Pennsylvania park wedding, definitely.
Powerful Protagonist Bootie in Ivory
Totally for a Steampunk summer camp surprise wedding.

furry boots from barneys as seen on offbeat bride
OH HO HO! Definitely meant for your winter Wisconsin World of Warcraft wedding.

Your turn! Play along by grabbing a link to your favorite shoes, then going to our tag archive page, and toss together the tags that go with your shoes. We can't wait to see your offbeat wedding shoes in the comments!

    • LOL! In the bookish community (well, among shippers), OTP means "one true pairing", that relationship you love to ship. Works either way, but when I first read your sentence I thought "well, of COURSE they're OTP if they're getting married!" 😀

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