A DISNEY-fan decided to walk down the aisle in a bespoke pair of heels featuring her favourite characters, but her shoes have been compared to a kid’s birthday cake.
Disney princesses are a big inspiration for brides on their wedding day, but one woman wanted to incorporate some lesser known characters into her big day.
The bride opted for a custom pair of blue shoes, featuring Cinderella's carriage, her fairy godmother, a pumpkin and other bizarre designs.
Her garish shoes have been finished with pearls and jewels, with a gem trim around the edge and crystal snowflakes on each side.
Despite looking like a complicated and time-consuming creation, the shoes have been branded ‘hideous’.
People have compared the shoes to everything from a birthday cake to footwear for a drag show, with one person saying: “They look horrifically uncomfortable.”
Someone else wrote: “I thought that was a hideous cake. Not a pair of whatever they are.”
A third commented: “It looks like someone threw up a kids birthday cake.”
I thought that was a hideous cakeFacebook
Another person thought: “Look, I love Disney like any 7 year old.
“What that in Merlin’s name is this?? Who wants to wear this to their wedding?”
While somebody else added: “Those would look bomb on the right drag queen though.”
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While this groom demanded his fiancee ban her sister from the wedding in case people get confused.
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