Ever since I can remember, I've always thought about what my wedding will be like when I finally get married (let's hope).
Of course, the dress is going to have to be fabulous and tight, so probably going to opt for a mermaid style gown that will really hug my curves in all the right ways. I will have my hair in loose curls, my makeup simple and natural, and in my hands is a bouquet of roses.
What is on my feet you ask? A pair of heels, NOT SNEAKERS, especially KEDS.
Sneakers belong in the closet, NOT ON YOUR FEET, when it's your wedding day.
Yes, I said it, Keds do not belong on a bride's feet as she walks down the aisle to her dream man or woman. This trend is such an eyesore, just thinking about it makes me cringe. Yes, I am sure they're comfier than even your comfiest pair of heels, and that's why we have wedges, ladies! I live for seeing a bride's heels just as much as her dress, and when I see she has Keds on, well, my heart breaks for her. About ten years from now, looking back, she will definitely regret not wearing a different pair of shoes.
Keds, in general, have never appealed to me, and they especially don't appeal with a $3000 dress. Heels, or even a tasteful pair of formal flats, just add a state of elegance to any outfit. Your wedding shoes should be one of the most important objects of purchase. I've watched enough "Say Yes To The Dress" to know what does and does not look good, and I honestly don't think I've ever seen a bride on any version of the show walk in with Keds. Sure I've seen Converse and cowboy boots, and I don't accept either, but Keds are by far the worse of this group of footwear.
Keds remind me of old ladies, and you don't want to look like an old lady on your wedding day. You can switch into your beloved Keds after the wedding and the reception are over. Only as you travel to the airport for your honeymoon the next day can you put those things on your perfect, manicured feet. I like to think of myself as a fashionista, and as many other women do too, and I get that we all have our own special styles... however, Keds do not belong in your wedding ensemble (or really any ensemble, IMO) but especially not at your wedding.
This trend needs to be put to bed and covered up in heaps of blankets forever. You can have your bridesmaids wear matching necklaces, or heels, or hairstyles, just don't have anyone in the bridal party wearing those god-awful things.