With all the pressure of saying “yes” to the dress, it’s easy to forget about the “I do” to the wedding shoes. But when it comes time for the big day, your shoes are the ones that carry you, wedding jitters and all, down the aisle to your groom. Find some shoe-spiration in our five favorite pairs of shoes from some of our past Real Wedding brides.
Something Old, Something New
Whitney and Nicholas’s winter wedding was an Old Hollywood dream. And for Whitney, the details went right down to the pair of Badgley Mischka shoes she wore. While they’re not “of era,” these elegant white heels capture the vintage glamour she was looking for with the pointed toes and antique beading.
Pretty in Pink
Natalie donned these muted guava-color heels at her wedding to Curtis, and we love how the color ties in with the pinks of her bouquet. The little bows on top add a fun change to the classic ankle-strap style heel and play along with the ‘50s wedding style vibes of her ivory tea dress and birdcage veil.
Touch of Blue
This isn’t your grandma’s china! Blue was the beautiful accent color throughout Christina and Adam’s seaside wedding, but it’s on these heels we love it the most. The design captures the delicacy of Chinese porcelain and adds a flair of regality to a classic white lace dress. If you’re not fully committed to the all-color heels, these are a great alternative.
Who said florals were just for the bouquet? We love these vibrant floral heels Brittany wore at her Santaluz wedding to Jake. The bright reds and oranges provide the perfect pop of color to a traditional white gown, and are fun to spot while twirling on the dance floor!
Sometimes simple is better, and such is the case with Kyndall and Leslie’s Los Angeles wedding. We adored the clean lines and subtle springtime color scheme they chose. Kyndall’s shoes were no exception. The airy pink hue and sparkling stones that line the peep-toe heels feel mature, without seeming too glitzy. Princess goals!