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Dance the Night Away in Personalized Wedding Flip Flops!

Personalized Wedding Flip Flops

One of the most well anticipated products to date at WhereBridesGo.com! Personalized Flip Flops are a wedding reception must have. Fashioned with a grosgrain foot strap and foam rubber heel for comfort, these breezy shoes are made for dancing the night (perhaps even the early morning) away! Available in White (W) and Black (B) and four different sizes, these customizable reception essentials are perfect for both the bride and all her bridesmaids.

As with most weddings, your big day can be filled with long hours and long lines of family and friends to meet and greet, and nothing pays a bigger toll than your tootsies, but these one of kind flips flops - accented with a dazzling rhinestone - will help ensure you remain the life of the party! So, reward your feet by slipping out of your uncomfortable ceremony heels and into these ultra soothing, reception slippers! Fit for all occasions, these fun flippies also make great gifts for year round celebrating!






Details:
Size: Available in four sizes:
  • Small (S): fits shoe sizes 5/6
  • Medium (M): fits shoe sizes 7/8
  • Large (L): fits shoe sizes 9/10
  • X-Large (XL): fits shoes sizes 11/12
Materials: Grosgrain, foam rubber and crystals
Embroidery Details:
The Personalized Flip Flops may be embroidered on each flip flop with a block name (max of 12 characters) in tan, pastel pink, bright pink, red, burgundy, apple green, light blue, aqua, lavender, navy blue, black or white thread at No Additional Cost.


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