A young girl's first Holy Communion is a big day, perhaps second only to her wedding day. It's a day that invokes all the innocence of childhood and will be remembered with fondness until she is old and grey. But what should a girl wear on such an important occasion that will be remembered in the family album for years to come?
Now Holy Communion dresses are easy, something white and not too frothy that will make a girl feel like the princess she is for the day but reflects the sobriety of the occasion. But what Holy Communion shoes should she wear for that first important walk to the altar?
If you want to keep things really simple, then our Holy Communion bar shoe with its little heel is absolutely ideal. Or if you are worried about stumbles as she goes up to take her first Communion, the Holy Communinon flat bar shoes is the way to go. For those girls who don't do frilly but still want something special, the hand decorated Holy Communion pearl bar shoes are perfect. The single pretty bow centred with a rosette of pearls is just enough to make them 'for best' without going over the top.
If however the princess in question likes things all girly, what about the white Holy Communion diamante bar shoes with their little bit of sparkle or the white Holy Communion organza flower shoe with intricate organza and beaded flowers. They both add a pretty touch to a simple first Holy Communion dress. And as girls around the age of first Holy Communion are just beginning to make their own first forays into fashion and very often have their own ideas on what they want to wear, then the trendy Holy Communion ballet shoes in white should keep even the most aspiring fashionistas happy!
No matter how choosy the star of the day may be though, there's no need to worry, as all our Holy Communion shoes come with a free 14 days return service. Don't forget too the white tights to stop new shoes from rubbing!
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