While the wedding dress is the true statement piece of the big day, bridal shoes shouldn’t be ignored. Jessica Bedard Shoes are not only made with both bold and stylish designs, but they also allow each bride to easily adhere to tradition. Each style, whether a heel or a pair of flats, simultaneously features “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.” The words of this classic saying are etched onto each sole to represent “something old,” and of course, the shoes are new! Though some of the styles include blue as a main or secondary hue, each pair of heels features a blue tip, while the flats have the tone incorporated into the lining. For “something borrowed,” a magnetic ring is inserted into the left heel, and an envelope is provided so brides can mail the ring back to be used in a new pair of shoes – so each bride borrows the ring from one another. Prices start at $650; idowithmyshoe.com
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