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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

B for ABC Wednesday

ABC WEDNESDAY ROUND 7: B is for Brilliant!



Barefoot Bride

It never occurred to me that she could wear a made-to-order gown and bare feet to her wedding on a beautiful beach in Hawaii. She did.

Although I wasn't there, I'm loving the beautiful pictures that were forwarded by those fortunate enough to walk with the barefoot bride and bridegroom. The beaming groom wore his flip-flops. :)

Have you known anyone who wore bare feet with her wedding gown?



 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Congratulations and Best Wishes to the New Pair!
 
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49 comments:

Sam Liu said...

A wedding in Hawaii, sounds like heaven. I bet they had the most amazing time :)

anthonynorth said...

An ideal wedding, that.

Sylvia K said...

What a fun post for the day! I love it! And I love being barefoot on the beach -- with or without a wedding dress! Have a great day!

Sylvia

photowannabe said...

If one is married in Hawaii, its the perfect outfit. Lovely picture and you can add my best wishes too.

Leslie: said...

I would, if I ever were a bride again! Who wants to wear tight heels? lol

Roger Owen Green said...

A BEAUTIFUL idea!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Hood Photo Blog said...

Not bare feet, but I did wear flip flops ;) Beautiful post and a beautiful bride!

Have a good rest of the week!

Hood Photo Blog

Anna said...

Eminently sensible footwear for the beach :)

Leo said...

ah, what a beautiful wedding indeed :)

Gramma Ann said...

I think it sounds wonderful. I wore Cinderella slippers when I got married. I love anything Cinderella.

sandy, from gardenpath said...

Sue, you must remember all those hippy weddings. Seriously, I'll bet lots of people do, when they marry on the beach.

Mara said...

What a lovely dress. And she looks beautiful!

Paula Scott said...

Excellent! Do you know this barefoot bride? I do know of a barefoot bride, but her wedding was not on the beach.

Joy said...

It looks lovely, and you could go for a paddle afterwards:-) Heels and sand definitely do not go together.

Carver said...

What a beautiful and brilliant barefoot bride. I love the idea of going barefoot on the beach for an outdoor wedding. I think I wore sandals with my wedding dress but it never would have occurred to me to go barefoot. Great idea.

ρομπερτ said...

How very impressive indeed. Somehow felt very honest to walk bare foot - yet getting married in North Germany during winter made it a bit difficult for me ;) Please have a great Wednesday.

daily athens

Paula said...

Beautiful bride, and sensible. Imagine trying to maintain your balance in heels on a sandy beach.
Best Wishes indeed to the young couple!

Manang Kim said...

I would love to be a barefoot bride, but haven't known anyone yet. The gown is beautiful like it. Thanks for the visit I do appreciate it!

ABC Wednesdsay~B

Carol said...

Beautiful bride for the B post. I don't know anyone who did this, but it sounds wonderful....

Beverley Baird said...

What a lovely, radiant bride! A perfect post for the week!

Amy said...

I've never seen a barefoot bride, but the surroundings certainly dictate that fashion nuance! Do you know her?

Also, thanks Sue for visiting and commenting on my "b."

Jingle said...

cute!

Wanda said...

The picture is lovely and....

Oh yes! Our youngest daughter, who was in a terrible accident when she was 18 was left with a very bad leg and limp. She said I don't want to limp down a aisle when I get married, so she was married by a pond, and her brother rowed her in a canoe to the place by the shore, where she stepped out, barefooted in her beautiful gown, to join her husband to be and guests on the shore. It was lovely.

Lily Hydrangea said...

A beautiful bride! how lovely.
& yes, I was a barefoot bride, not at the church but on the dance floor.

Dimple said...

I think bare feet in Hawaii on the beach is the best way! She is lovely.
Thanks for coming by!

Hildred and Charles said...

Lovely bride, - I have a niece who was married in Hawaii, - also barefoot. It looked like such a happy occasion...

Gayle said...

I actually do know someone who was married on a secluded beach on the Big Island and was barefoot! No sore feet from wearing heels! (your crow/raven story had me wincing when I read your comment on my blog. YIKES! I would have been petrified!)

jabblog said...

How lovely! A perfect sensation on a sensational day, the feel of sand between the toes, the smell of the sea, a beautiful dress and the man of her dreams . . .

mrsnesbitt said...

I was only reading the other day about a bride wearing wellies! lol! Being involved in the wedding industry I would say barefoot on the beach was absolutely spot on!

Great post for ABC Wednesday.

Denise
ABC Team

Reader Wil said...

It's a lovely photo and a great idea to marry on the beach, although I don't know if this couple did.
My daughter married on the beach with her first husband.

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

How lovely - a beautiful bride. Congratulations to the happy couple from me too.

Siromade said...

Wow, that's a romantic wedding on the beach in Hawaii, how special is that for the couple. Nice entry for B day.

LisaF said...

I can't think it would have been appropriate any other way. Sand and formal footwear just don't seem to go together. ;-)

Mom vs. the boys said...

Beautiful! I love that dress!

Jaspreet said...

Beautiful! a gr8 idea!

Carol said...

Wedding on a beach, any beach, just cries for barefeet, or flip-flops at the most. I love shoes, but I hate wearing them.

jay said...

Oh, that looks just wonderful!! No, I didn't have bare feet, but I would have liked to! I spent a lot of time with no shoes on in those days, but Mum would have had a fit!

Plus, it was October in England. Not so pleasant a prospect as a beach in Hawaii!

Wendy said...

What a lovely site you have and you chose a perfect picture and story for "B" thank you :)

Sandy said...

Beautiful photo. No I haven't known someone who did that, but almost, because the minister who married my sis years ago back in 1971 I believe, was barefoot. It was kind of a hippy wedding.

Linda said...

She looks totally happy and I bet her feet feel emancipated. I don't know anyone who went that route.

Linda

ABC Wednesday team

Naquillity said...

i love the idea of going barefoot at a wedding even though i didn't do it personally. i think whatever makes one comfortable during their special day should be done. bride is beautiful. hope all is well.

Rajesh said...

She is very happy.

Magali said...

Wow, I love the idea. And I would maybe love to do this myself one day. Nice post.

Magali said...

Wow, I love the idea. And I would maybe love to do this myself one day. Nice post.

kat said...

wow...i would love to do that too if it is beach wedding...

Thanks for the comment.

See you next week.

ChrisJ said...

I have, but here in So. Cal. pretty well anything goes! The dress is beautiful -- as is the bride --and barefoot sounds very fitting. Thanks for visiting my blog so often.

Grace and Bradley said...

What a beautiful picture and bride. My daughter married on Hawaii, such a romantic place. Have a nice weekend

Cheryl said...

Never barefoot, but Birks and funky socks!

brenda w said...

I was a barefoot bride, six years ago last Saturday(on a blue moon!). Len and I got married on the banks of the Missouri River. Flowers in my hair, grass between my toes... :)

Your bride is beautiful and beaming. ~Brenda