Monday, January 26, 2009

Crunch time...please help!!!

I need two things blog readers...HELP!

#1. Shoes for my wedding dress are turning out to be the hardest part of planning a wedding. I found some that I loved, and decided to wear them out on Saturday night to test them out. 10 minutes into the night my toes were numb, and I was 3 inches taller than Jeremy.

I NEED COMFORTABLE SHOES! Ideally, I don't want white or ivory because they're so ugly. I really want pink, but can't find anything with a lowish heal that is feminine, cute and COMFORTABLE. Please help. Please!!!!

#2. Transportation. Does anyone have a conversion van?! okay, slightly kidding, but really only slightly. Maybe someone does! We're trying to figure out how to cart everyone around all day from the hotel, to my parents house, to the synagogue, to pictures etc...and I'd like to do it in one vehicle to avoid the stress of a million cars. Married people, how do you do this? To rent one for the entire day is ridiculously expensive - maybe we'll just take cars. Thoughts??? Does someone just happen to have a 15 person van in their garage? :-)

6 comments:

Liz said...

1. are you willing wear flats, since no one is really going to be seeing your shoes. My cousin wore these really pretty metallicy flats at her wedding.

2. just have people bring their cars

Kara said...

I have some flats, which I plan to wear off and on when I can, but I wear heels so much that they are actually more comfortable for me - and I feel like I walk better in heals. I think I found some that just barely have a heel - which might work. I think zappos.com hates me because I keep buying and returning shoes!

Mel said...

One suggestion: Get a heel that has an ankle strap...There is nothing worse than having your heel constantly slip out of the shoe, having the shoe come off all together or having part of your dress material in between your heel and the shoe.

Debra Fiterman said...

wear your running shoes. that's what i say. no one will see them. and that way, if you change your mind last minute, you can make a mad dash outta there.

Jessica said...

I know Regan's parents rented some sort of small bus on one occasion, and limos on another... Want me to ask her about it?? Too bad my Mom got rid of the big white bus...

Kara said...

Running shoes it is :-)