It is so important to feel glamorous on your wedding day. Although your wedding gown is typically the main attraction, don’t forget that the shoes always make the look! For your wedding shoes, we recommend narrowing down your options by focusing on what matters most to you: going classic, making your shoes your something blue, or having a unique, yet elegant look with a flat shoe for your wedding day. Either way, you can’t go wrong with these stunning looks!
When choosing a classic look, make sure your shoes match the dress in terms of color and material. The left photo in the featured collage below showcases an open toe sandal from Betsy Johnson’s Blue collection, with jewels embellished on the open toe sandal. The top right photo is a Dolce & Gabbana closed-toe lace shoe with jewels at the tip. The bottom right shoe is a stunning classic satin toe pump by Jimmy Choo. Gorgeous for any bride looking to have a classic wedding look!
Your Something Blue
Don’t be afraid to have some fun with your wedding shoes. Instead of worrying about inserting your something blue in a hairpin or sewn in your dress, let your something blue pop on your feet! The featured collage highlights your options. The top left photo is a suede sandal by Pierre Hardy with gold hardware. The bottom left shoe is a satin mule by Attico with jewels on the front. The top right photo is a stunning satin flat by Manolo Blahnik with the jewel embellished upper. The bottom right photo is an open toe suede sandal with pearls and jewels cascading the heel and foot arch by Stuart Weitzman. There is no wrong shade of blue to make this look work!
If you’re a bride who plans on dancing the night away, then consider a unique flat that says “bride!” The top photo featured in the collage is a collaboration by Keds & Kate Spade New York. This Champion Glitter Sneaker is all sparkles with satin laces to match the bridal look of the evening. You can also go for a lace flat, like the beautiful Valentino ballet flat with a gold studded cord. The bottom left photo is a pretty metallic sandal by Nicholas Kirkwood, with pearls around the edge of the small heel to match any bridal accessories.
Your wedding shoes should not be a last minute purchase. This is the item that will make your wedding ensemble complete, so think about your style, color, heel, and material. Once you have the dress, your shoe options are unlimited so have fun with the selection process!