More and more brides these days are choosing to go more for comfort than for tradition when it comes to footwear. One trend that has been really popular for comfort shoes is Converse sneakers. They're cute, they're comfy, and there are some neat ways to make them wedding-worthy. Today's #tuesdayshoesday feature is all about how these trendy shoes have been tailored to make an appearance at your big day!
The first pair of shoes are custom made on Etsy. This talented crafter creates a wedding set of Converses both for the bride and the groom! You can customize the colors, the names on the back of the shoe, and on the side of the shoe to whatever you would like. We love that these are totally custom to your wedding and especially the colors of your wedding. It's a special touch that you'll never forget! The set of two pairs of sneakers retails for $300.00.
Now this next pair is personalized with vinyl designs of your new last name on the tongue with adorable shoelaces that say, "Happily Ever After". Just imagine the fun pictures you can get with these fun sneakers! Sold on Etsy for $109.99.
This next pair of Converses really caught our eye as we were browsing luxurious kicks. This pair of Converses features custom stitching on the side with your chosen placement, color, words and date. These will be hand embroidered just for you and your special day! You choose the shoes and then mail them to Aimee who then personalizes them for around $18.00, which isn't bad!
Of course, you don't have to go out and spend a fortune on custom made Converses when it's easy just to make them yourself, if you have the time and resources! Grab some inspiration to Pinterest and blogs for some truly one-of-a-kind wedding sneaker creation, and before you know it, you'll be dancing the night away in your very own wedding Converses!
Michelle has been with Wedding Favors Unlimited for nearly 20 years. Starting out in Customer Service, she’s interacted with thousands of Brides helping them navigate every Detail imaginable around a wedding. She became a full-time writer for us because he realized he kept getting the same questions over and over and wanted to share them with everyone. Feel free to ask Michelle a question below!