Have you decided to choose blue wedding shoes for your wedding, but don't know how to narrow down all of the choices? Here is some advice from a bridal stylist so you can find the perfect shoes for you.

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First, look at your wedding colors that you've chosen. Have you chosen a light blue, a turquoise, a royal blue or a navy blue? Ideally, the shoes should match your colors. Blue comes in so many different shades that you should make sure you know the shade before going to shop for those blue bridal shoes. Also, take a look at the flowers that you've chosen for your own bouquet. The shade of blue that you've chosen in the flowers should direct you to the best shade of blue for your shoes. If you can't find that exact shade, don't worry. Just go for something similar.

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Next, think through the style. Do you want a completely blue shoe such as a pump where the blue is really noticeable? Or, do you want sandals that are more strappy and simple so the blue is only on the straps? It's up to you what type of splash you want to make with your shoes. Blue satin wedding shoes will make a bigger splash than strappy light blue shoes. So, think through what type of contrast you want and then select the shoe style.

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After this, go to the stores and take a look. You will find a large variety of blue shoes, but don't look in the wedding sections. Usually, those sections tend to only have white or ivory shoes. Try to look in the other sections of the stores where regular evening shoes are sold. Also, look in the sandals area. All of these areas will give you a wide variety of blue wedding shoes. There aren't that many, but there are a lot to choose from if you spend time looking.

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Finally, put your outfit together. Bring home a few pair of blue bridal shoes to look through so you have some choices. See which ones look best with the dress that you've chosen. Also, see if you can take them into the florist so you can confirm that your bouquet will match your shoes. The bouquet is like your purse in a normal function. You want to make sure it matches your shoes and your accessories so everything looks coordinated. Then, on your big day, put on those shoes and go have some fun knowing that you have chosen something really unique for your big day!


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