Something Blue Personalized Wedding Shoes

My best friend got married almost a year ago, and one of her bridesmaids had the absolute cutest idea for personalizing her wedding shoes!

Sign the soles of the brides shoes so she has a personalized wedding keepsake! Bonus if you use a blue marker so the bride has her "something blue"!

I love the idea of signing the bride’s shoes as a way to personalize her wedding shoes before she walks down the aisle! Plus, it’s such a great keepsake as well!

Bonus: We used a blue marker to sign the shoes, so she also had her “something blue” as she walked down the aisle!

You can get as fancy as you want with this idea. I’ve seen shoes with a whole letter from the groom on the soles, and I’ve seen shoes with just a tiny heart drawn on.

For Lauren’s wedding, we decided to get the guys in on it as well, so the girls took one shoe and the guys took the other, and we all signed our names. It’s just a nice way to remind her how much we all love her and that we were all thrilled to be there with her on her wedding day!

Sign the soles of the brides shoes so she has a personalized wedding keepsake! Bonus if you use a blue marker so the bride has her "something blue"!

What’s your favorite wedding keepsake idea?

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