Wedding wedges

Updated Oct 31 2019
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etch me if you canWell, it's Friday. That means it must be time for me to have my regularly scheduled freak out over wedding shoes.

This week I'll be pawing over wedges, which I figure are extra appropriate for those of you planning a destination wedding, beach wedding, or casual summer thang.

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 cost as much as my entire wedding budget).

Yet again I went maybe a little overboard with my selections. Gird your shoe loins, ladies. We're going in…

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  1. Yay – I love wedges! I find them utmost comfortable.
    Right the inspiration I needed today, as I just started planning my early August wedding with a sixties inspired dress that – especially the red peep toe slingbacks (white stripes w/o hearts) – would really go with.
    Thank you, Ariel 🙂

    • As I mention in the post, I tried to get a full range of prices — everything from fifty-something (how much do I love those red peep toes!) to six hundred something.

  2. I've already been drooling for a while over those red Sketchers with the heart, and not even for wedding shoes.

  3. Ariel. O Great Shoe Queen. I need your help. These are all awesome. But I need (affordable) apple green ones (it's an outdoor wedding and party; I'm 5'2" and My Man is 6'4" — I needs me a lot of height without sinking) Any leads?
    I will trade you for a link to shoes you will love:

  4. I just ordered Mohop Wedges for my wedding in July. I am so excited to get them…not just for the wedding but to wear all summer.
    These are all hot also!

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