Bride Shares the One Advice She Wished She Heard on Her Wedding Day: ‘I Learned the Hard Way’
- The bride is advised not to wear open-toed shoes
- She heard advice online but ignored it
- Her toes are exposed in most of her photos
A newly married woman shared the one piece of advice she wishes she listened to before her wedding day so that other brides-to-be don’t make the same mistake.
Sydney Westra, who tied the knot with partner Ryan in October 2022, said she’s heard brides online warn against open-toed shoes.
The bride, from Los Angeles, ignored the words of wisdom and found her toes sticking out under her dress in most of her photos.
She went against sound advice because she thought her dress was long enough to hide her exposed feet.
Sydney laughed at the slip and advised others to wear closed shoes down the aisle.
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Sydney Westra (pictured), who married her partner in October 2022, shared the one piece of advice she wished she’d followed on her wedding day.
Contrary to advice online, the Los Angeles bride said she opted for open-toed shoes believing her dress was long enough to cover her feet. However, her toes were showing in most of her photos
“The wedding planning advice I didn’t hear from TikTok was don’t wear open-toed shoes because your toes will be hanging out in your photos,” Sydney said in an online post. video.
“I thought it wasn’t going to happen because I had a long enough train but sure, the dogs are outside like in every photo.”
Sydney said the blunder “didn’t bother her” and “wasn’t the end of the world” but “it made her laugh”.
Viewers were hysterical over the mistake of Sydney’s wedding day and were grateful for the advice.
Sydney said the blunder “didn’t bother her” and “wasn’t the end of the world” but “made her laugh.”
Hahahaha this is the first time I’m hearing this! Sorry, invite my pictures, commented the bride.
“Well what the hell is this. I already spent over $100 on shoes, it’s too late for me now,” he laughed again.
A third said: “I have never heard this advice until now, and he did.”
One added toe is a “super easy” photo edit while some weren’t put off by shoes that exposed your toes.
“Personal preference, but I’d rather have my little toes sticking out than a closed-toe shoe peeking out from a long dress,” wrote one.