Millennials are giving up traditional bridal heels in favor of comfort on their wedding day

The latest bizarre wedding trend was sparked by tennis star Serena Williams, who sported a custom-made pair of Nikes for her wedding with Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian last year.

Run down the hall! Millennials are giving up traditional bridal heels in favor of comfort on their wedding day … like Serena Williams, who wore custom-made Nike shoes on her big day

  • Wedding trend initiated by Serena Williams, who works a pair of made-to-measure Nike
  • The market for white coaches with sequins, embroidery and sequins is flourishing
  • Charlotte Mills, shoe designer based in Manchester, has seen an increase in demand

Nicola Gill for the mail on Sunday

No doubt it will give a competitive edge to a girlfriend out of control.

Because today's millennials get married more and more in a couple of dazzled coaches: giving up traditional bridal heels in favor of informal comfort to walk down the aisle.

The latest bizarre wedding trend was sparked by tennis star Serena Williams, who sported a custom-made pair of Nikes for her wedding with Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian last year. And now, there is a thriving market in white, embroidered leather slippers and sequins made especially for brides.

The latest bizarre wedding trend was sparked by tennis star Serena Williams, who sported a custom-made pair of Nikes for her wedding with Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian last year.

The latest bizarre wedding trend was sparked by tennis star Serena Williams, who sported a custom-made pair of Nikes for her wedding with Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian last year.

Young people of the millennial generation get married more and more in a pair of dazzled trainers: they renounce the traditional bridal heels in favor of informal comfort to walk down the hall (file photo)

Young people of the millennial generation get married more and more in a pair of dazzled trainers: they renounce the traditional bridal heels in favor of informal comfort to walk down the hall (file photo)

Young people of the millennial generation get married more and more in a pair of dazzled trainers: they renounce the traditional bridal heels in favor of informal comfort to walk down the hall (file photo)

Charlotte Mills, shoe designer for weddings in Manchester, says she has recently seen a huge increase in demand for her personalization service for bridal trainers, where a pair of sneakers are embroidered with flowers and the initials of the bride and groom for £ 150.

She said: & # 39; Brides want something unique. Many pack them to use on their honeymoons and they love comfort and fun all day long on their big day. "

And although bridal trainers are already here, the next big thing, according to Harriet Hampton, manager of the flagship branch of the Suzanne Neville bridal shop in London, are wedding dresses with pockets incorporated. She said: & # 39; The informal luxury trend is growing and if a dress has pockets it can be the deciding factor & # 39;

Charlotte Mills, shoe designer for weddings in Manchester, says she has recently seen a huge increase in demand for her personalization service for bridal trainers, where a pair of sneakers are embroidered with flowers and the initials of the bride and groom for £ 150.

Charlotte Mills, shoe designer for weddings in Manchester, says she has recently seen a huge increase in demand for her personalization service for bridal trainers, where a pair of sneakers are embroidered with flowers and the initials of the bride and groom for £ 150.

She said: & # 39; Brides want something unique. Many pack them to use on their honeymoons and they love comfort and fun all day long on their big day.

She said: & # 39; Brides want something unique. Many pack them to use on their honeymoons and they love comfort and fun all day long on their big day.

Charlotte Mills, shoe designer for weddings in Manchester, says she has recently seen a huge increase in demand for her personalization service for bridal trainers, where a pair of sneakers are embroidered with flowers and the initials of the bride and groom for £ 150.

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