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When planning your wedding, there are many things to think about. With the excitement of the day, the last thing you want to think about is achy, blistered feet. As women, we know all to well, that finding a wedding shoe made for dancing can be easier said than done.  Luckily, women’s shoes have come a long way and are getting more comfortable while still looking great!  We found two great articles on and which shared some great shoes that are comfortable to wear and will allow you to the dance the night away! We chose our favorite five to share with you!

Imagine by Vince Camuto ‘Phoebe’ Embellished T-Strap Sandal

The T-strap on these elegant white satin sandals will help prevent slipping. And while the heel is on the skinnier side, it’s not quite as high as it looks, making these a good choice for the bride who wants the look of a heel without lots of extra height.

Nine West Nora

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The adjustable ankle straps and lightly padded footbeds make these heels a dream for the bride who loves comfort. Available in multiple metallic and a solid nude, these shoes can compliment any wedding dress—and be worn again with ease.

Blue by Betsy Johnson Adley

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It doesn’t get much more “bridal” than these Blue by Betsy Johnson beauties, which feature an embroidered lace detail over mesh and a pop of something blue on the soles.

Jewel Badgley Mischka Hunt Glittery Wedge Sandal

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“A wedge is always going to be comfortable, because you can get the look of a heel, without that same amount of force and stress on the ball of the foot,” Langone says. This elegant pair comes in a gold and silver and will keep you from sinking into the grass during an outdoor ceremony—or any other outdoor formal function you might attend after the big day.

Blue by Betsey Johnson Women’s Leah Ballet Flat

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“Ballet flats can seem like a safe choice, but we find that many brides-to-be try on a pair for exactly three minutes in the store, buy them, and then don’t wear them again till the day-of to make sure they’re pristine,” Freels says. But you’re going to be in those flats for hours, and you may not realize that it cuts too tightly across your nail bed and could cause you to develop an ingrown toenail—no fun on the honeymoon. So make sure your toes have plenty of wiggle room and break them in around the house before the big day. These sweet, mesh and lace embroidered flats give your feet lots of breathing room and also come in red and black fabrics. Bonus: All three shade come with light blue soles, so that they can count as your something blue.

We’d love to hear what shoes you have chosen to dance the night away!

Featured Photo Credit: Ivory Door Studio

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