Bridal Footwear

When it comes to wedding shoes, brides now days are foregoing the traditional white satin heels for some fun and funky footwear with a bit more flair. Here are some alternatives to the basic white heels that really show how versatile wedding shoes have become:

Cowboy Boots
These are perfect for a barn wedding or if you want to add a little country kick to your wedding day look.
Barefoot Sandals
These are a popular choice for beach ceremonies. While most brides go barefoot on the beach anyway, these add a pretty detail to your feet.
Customized/Hand Painted Shoes

With online sites such as etsy and pinterest, the options are endless when it comes to a bride’s creativity. You can have customized shoes that are hand painted to suit your wedding colors, theme, names, date, or whatever else your little heart desires.
Flats and Flip Flops
Many women (myself included) just can’t handle walking in heels even for a little bit. Flats are an easy alternative and are perfect for dancing the night away. Take it a step further and match them to your color scheme and coordinate with your bridal party for some fun photos. 

Your ‘Something Blue’
Many brides have chosen to incorporate their something blue into their wardrobe in the form of their footwear. If this is the route you choose, don’t be afraid to try out all different shades the color to make sure the blue you choose is right for your skin tone and really ‘pops’ against your dress.
Whatever you call them, brides (and grooms!) are going casual. I love this look because the couples are staying true to their personal style and the look just works.
Whether you decide to wear Toms during your wedding or hold on and get some like the ones above for your honeymoon, they are a comfortable choice for everyday footwear.

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