Has any bride to be out there thought of changing their shoes to something more comfortable to dance the night away at your reception? Michael and Lu Buble did and ordered 275 pairs of Sallazzo slippers for all their woman guests!

Sallazzo was contacted in May 2012 by Michael & Luisana’s wedding planner, who asked companies around the world to ship some samples express to BC. The wedding planner loved our slippers! She claimed it was the quality that set us apart from the competition. Our production team then went to work on the custom order, 275 pairs completed in very short time frame, with impeccable workmanship! Approximately 2750 Swarovski crystals were hand glued onto the slippers. Each slipper was enclosed in a beautiful Organza bag and had the wedding monogram attached on a pretty tag. The slippers were ordered for the guests at the wedding reception to wear to dance the night away in comfort! Like a coat check, Michael & Lu set up a shoe check, each guest would check in their heels and receive these beautiful slippers.

I invite you to visit our website to read more www.sallazzo.com

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I think changing into slippers is definitely a good idea, ordering 275 slippers for all women is a expensive idea though, lol, lol

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There is the option for the bride on a budget to order for her bridal party and herself

If there is a reasonable budget and an option, then I am sure you will find many sites from where you can place a order in bulk, as it makes more sense and is cheaper on the pocket too.

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