Best Shoes For Comfort And Style in 2021
Skechers Women's GO Walk 5-PRIZED Sneaker, Navy, 7.5 M US
New Balance Women's 608v5 Casual Comfort Cross Trainer, White/Light Blue, 9 M US
- Dual Density Collar Foam
- Injection Molded EVA
- Internal Shank
- PU insert
Skechers Women's Comfort Flex Sr Hc Pro Health Care Professional Shoe,black/white,9 M US
- Breathable textile material
- Slip Resistant
- Stain Repellent Treatment
- Water Repellent
- Air cooled memory foam
New Balance Women's Nergize V1 FuelCore Sneaker,BLACK,9 D US
- NB Comfort Insert: Memory Sole
- REVlite Midsole
crocs Unisex Bistro Graphic Clog Mule, Black, 8 US Men / 10 US Women
- CROCS AT WORK: Clogs designed with food service, hospitality, and healthcare workers in mind, making great Nursing Shoes or Chef Shoes. They’re light and supportive enough to get you through even the longest shifts.
- EASY TO CLEAN: Crocs Bistro clogs are fully molded and easy to clean by just using soap and water and allowing for a quick dry.
- SLIP RESISTANT KITCHEN SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN: Crocs Lock slip-resistant treads come together to help you serve up the best non-slip shoes for women and men.
- ENCLOSED TOE DESIGN: These Clogs offer an enclosed toe design and thicker metatarsal area to help protect your feet from spills. Contoured footbeds make them the most comfortable shoes for women and men.
- CERTIFIED COMFORTABLE SHOES: Crocs that are fully ASTM F2913-11 tested, CE Certified. Meets or exceeds EN ISO 20347:2012, OB, SRC.
New Balance Men's 608v5 Casual Comfort Cross Trainer Shoe, Grey Suede, 11 M US
Skechers Men's Harper-Forde Driving Style Loafer, DSCH, 11.5 Wide US
- Air cooled memory foam
- Relaxed Fit 360
- Double gore
Clarks Men's Cotrell Style Sneaker, Tobacco Leather, 15 M US
- Heel Height 1.57 inches
- Ortholite footbed
- Cushion Soft technology
adidas Women's Cloudfoam Advantage Cl Sneaker, White/White/Copper Metallic, 7.5
- adidas quality
- Imported by adidas
LifeStride Women's Dig Flat, Black Kylie, 9.5 M US
- Lifestride soft system
- Flexible outsole
- Designed for stability and balnce
How to Plan Ahead for Elderly Wedding Guests
If you are planning to have elderly wedding guest at your wedding, then a little planning ahead will make their trip and time with much more comfortable.
Here are some great ways to plan ahead for accommodating elderly wedding guest on your big day:
Easy Access to the Reception and Church
When planning your wedding and wedding reception take a tour of the facilities. You will want to look for options like elevators, wheel chair ramps, and white open hall ways. This will allow easy access for elderly guessing wheel chairs, walkers, or those in need of assistance.
Another option to look at is how easily and closely your elderly wedding guests can be dropped off at the door. Does the facility have a pull through drive way, covered awning, or parking lot that runs right t up to a door.
Finally, is there plenty of available handicap parking? This is important to consider so handy capped wedding guests who can us their car are as comfortable as possible.
Easy Access to Public Restrooms
One of the most over looked areas is ease of access to public restrooms. We often think because weddings are so quick, this sis not a concern. Check to make sure that the room where the ceremony has easy access to a nearby bathroom on the same level.
It is a good idea to note where the bathroom is, how many there are, and if they have wheel chair stalls. In most cases these will not be necessary, but it will ease the minds of elderly wedding guests if they are concerned about this issue.
The same care goes for the reception hall. Are the bathrooms nearby and on the same level? How will the tables be placed? Is there room to roll a wheel chair or use a walker in between them?
Assign a Wedding party Member to Each Elderly Guest
Finally, for especially elderly wedding guest or handicapped wedding guest why not assign a member of the wedding party to be their guardian angel. This is a great way to introduce two new people together as well as get some interaction between the different age groups.
Take the time to tour the facilities with your wedding party so at the very least they can answer a quick question of where is the nearest restroom if the need arises. After all you can no be every where at once on yoru big day.
As a final tip why not include notes on where the facilities, wheel chair access in and out of the building, and other special needs ar in the invitations of your elderly wedding guests. This is a great way to familiarize them and their care giver with the building and create a relaxed and enjoyable day for them as well.