Around 4 o’clock about a half hour before the wedding started, my little sister, Maria, helped me put on my shoes. They didn’t come off until nearly one in the morning after the majority of people departed and I was chopping down delicious Asian style fried tofu. I didn’t think of my feet once throughout the wedding, which is a sign that the blue shoes were a good pick after all.
The original plan to wear the glass slippers during the ceremony didn’t go as planned because it rained the entire week before the wedding, and saturated ground and stilettos are not a good mix! That being said, the heels of the blue shoes didn’t fair as well as they too sunk into the ground, which caused a lot of the dye to fade from a royal blue to a light blue despite my best waterproofing efforts.
In my blue shoes, I danced late into the night surrounded by people who love me and David.
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