If you’ve ever attended a wedding you know how tough it can be to wear heels all night. All of the dancing and standing can take a tole on your toes, especially if you’re not used to wearing heels. Some couples provide a basket of flip flops for guests to switch into. But let’s be honest, do you really want to wear flops with your nice dress? Instead of throwing flats in a bucket, why not make it a decorative part of your wedding reception with a shoe bar! Today I’m excited to partner with Rescue Flats to show you how to create a gorgeous wedding shoe bar!Rescue Flats are the perfect solution for tired wedding feet. These flexible ballet flats are so easy to slip on and will keep your dance floor packed all night! Providing a wedding shoe bar shows you care about your guests comfort. Plus, Rescue Flats can be worn long after your wedding, making them a great gift. Rescue Flats are made from tough but tender padded, scuff-proof soles and weatherproof faux leather. Simply fold your Rescue Flats after use and pop in your purse!
Now that you’ve been introduced to Rescue Flats there is no way you would ever consider purchasing flip flops for your wedding guests. Everything about Rescue Flats from the packaging to the material has been thoughtfully curated to provide the best experience. The flats come packaged in bespoke box sets with a heel bag so your guests can tuck their heels safely away. And each pair of flats comes with a cute bow hair tie so guests can sweep their hair up.To create this shoe bar I chose cream and champagne Rescue Flats but they also come in silver, slate, gold, and black gloss. (Literally every metallic shade you could want!) I decorated my table with fresh greenery and flowers to add a natural feel to the display. Displaying flats can be tricky but by tucking the shoes into draws and layering in wire pedestal bowls it makes it easy for your guests to see the different shoe sizes and colors. The last touch for any good shoe bar is to add labels. I created labels with my favorite font to display the different shoe sizes so that guests can easily find their perfect fit!
This post is sponsored by Rescue Flats. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting our advertisers who help make this blog possible! Photography, Styling and Florals: Gillian Ellis | Venue: Boone Hall Plantation | Dress: Joanna August c/o Bella Bridesmaids Charleston | Pedestal Bowl via World Market | Two-Tier Stand via World Market | Table via Hobby Lobby | Model: Elizabeth Cochran
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