For a long time white satin or lace wedding shoes was the standard look for wedding shoes, but modern brides realize that choosing shoes with colors, unique features and fun details is the perfect opportunity to individualize your wedding look. There is a lot of gorgeous shoes out there, whether colored, metallic, sparkly, whimsical, edgy, minimalist or with intricate details and selecting wedding shoes can be just as exiting as finding the perfect dress. You can even find a pair you will enjoy wearing again – so look for something made with quality that represents your personal style well.
When shopping for your shoes, firstly consider the wedding venue. If the ceremony is in the woods, be practical about the shoes you are wearing and skip the stilettos. For a venue with lawns, heel stoppers are a clever purchase for you and your bridesmaids to avoid heels sinking into the grass.
Don’t feel comfortable in pointy killer stilettos? Consider mid heel height, a block heel, or a glammed-up pair of flat pumps. The less narrow toe, the more evenly the pressure will be distributed across the front of the feet. Wedges are also a good option for balance. They will allow for better balance, a greater ease of walking and ensure comfort.
To be on thew safe side, test your shoes a few times at home so you know you will be comfortable in them on the day.
Remember that whichever shoes you decide on, also keep a more comfortable pair on stand by for the party later on!
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Super feminine nude heels with a T-bar is a timeless style – here modernized with gold accents!
wedding chicks | Sole Society | kaileep | wedding dresses guide
Being both”something blue” and comfortable makes these flats perfect wedding shoe wear – which will also allow you to rock the dance floor without worrying about your ankles!
ruffled | miu miu | refinery 29
You don’t have to worry about heels sinking into the lawn in a pair of block heels. These gorgeous pairs are fit for a red carpet event with an irresistible glitter texture and ankle straps. Even though jazzed up to the max, you can use these post wedding for cocktails with your girlfriends!
brit morin | rachel simpson | rachel simpson
A pastel peep-toe heel with rose gold accents works well with the gorgeous scallop detail and brings the right amount of whimsy to your outfit. The mid- heel is ideal as it gives you a lift without compromising on comfort!
indulgy | diff lady | aquazurra
Red heels adorned with 3D details such as bows, embellishments or flowers – what could be more romantic? This style is both cute, sexy and unique for the bold and fabulous bride!
love my dress | elegant shoe girl | kaileep | jimmy choo
How about pink glitter? These pairs just scream happiness, and sparkly heels will bring the right amount of disco into your look . This is of course a great option for your bridesmaids as well!
la bella belle | davids bridal
Adorned with pretty stones and sparkles, these glam sandals in cool and silvery tones are fit for an effortlessly elegant bride. That they are very wearable for years to come is a great bonus!
image via style me pretty | Klub Nico | emilia farfalla
Laser cut detail and soft colors with metallic accent is the perfect blend of femininity and fashion-forward. The ribbon strap adds a touch of ballet inspired romance on these delicate shoes – so gorgeous!
via nouba | etsy | anthropologie
A Swedish clog heel is the perfect choice for indie brides. Metallic finish makes it glamourous for the special occasion. So comfortable for dancing too!
images : via fab you bliss | ted baker | asos
A secret heel bow makes these a delight surprise . The heels are otherwise minimalistic for the stylish bride who wants to add just a little bit of quirkiness to her wedding outfit. Careful removal of the bow would turn them into a pair of everyday heels – but why would you want to do that!
images: Sergio Rossi | moonsoon | manolo blahnik
It is more than OK to go for green even if it is not St Patricks day! With these stunning pairs available, it is an easy choice – and who knows, it might bring luck too!
A lot of the shoes are coloured in this spread. But I just want to prove to you that it can be so great to go for colour. Badgley Miscka does beautiful shoes, a great designer of wedding dresses as well as shoes. Just look at the cute details on these.
Nude with gold beads and crystal embellishments is jabsolutely gorgeous at any kind of wedding.
These fantastic glittery flats will be absolutely perfect on the dance floor!
Block heel at a comfortable height, silver ankle straps and simple design makes these heel/ sandals a realistic choice for brides who are mostly interested in simplicity, comfort and re-usability.
A wedge is comfortable and this dusty pink color would be easy to reuse as well. It is a great option for your bridesmaids too!
Simple, elegant and white – perfect for a modern wedding. If they are too plain for you – how about adding a lace bow or clip on flower?
Glamorous details on the heel is a delightful surprise. So pretty for photos!
A pair of great but ordinary white heels can be transformed with handpainted florals. Try modge podge decoupage! The technique also works with glitter
Pointy ballerina flats with a thin ankle straps could be an adorable second pair of shoes especially in this gentle shade of blue.