Sevenoaks, United Kingdom, August 15, 2007 -- When the last guests have said their goodbyes and the bride has kicked off her wedding shoes it's the end of what will be the most extravagant day of her life. Savvy brides set a budget, stick to it and are creative about how to have a fantastic day without breaking the bank. Choosing dyeable satin shoes for herself and her bridesmaids, which can then be dyed after the wedding to wear on special occasions, is one way to ensure that the wedding day investment lives on.
It's all too common for wedding costs to spiral out of control and for the couple to start off married life in debt. The pressure is on to get every detail right for the one day but a little prudent thinking can pay huge dividends. Does the wedding need to be on a Saturday in August when venue and wedding services charge a premium and, of course, it still might rain? Do those relatives who just appear at family weddings and funerals really need to be invited? Could the neighbour's classic car be borrowed as alternative wedding transport?
Bridal outfits and wedding accessories account for about 15% of the cost of the day so it makes sense to buy with an eye to the future. Bridesmaid dresses can be worn again as party dresses and wedding and bridesmaids shoes made from dyeable satin can be given fresh life with a new colour ensuring that they don't just end up in the attic.
Henry Kaye is well-known for its beautiful collection of affordable wedding shoes, bridal boots and bridesmaid shoes. They are designed in white or ivory satin which is fully dyeable to match any fabric swatch and are available in all sizes and styles from babies through to adult size 10. All of Henry Kaye's wedding shoes and accessories can be purchased online via their new website and come with a free 14 days return service, so wedding and bridesmaid shoes can be tried for size with no obligation.
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About Henry Kaye
With over 20 years experience in the weddings sector, Henry Kaye provides wedding accessories to the general public via its website and wedding shops throughout the UK.
The company is a member of the British Bridal Association (BBA) and BASMA.