Wedding Shoes

If you don't want too much height, bridal flats and low-heeled wedding shoes that range from beaded flats to elegant low heeled dyeable bridal shoes are available for your choosing. Taking off your shoes at the reception looks tacky and will make your dress too long so you will want to ensure the shoes for your reception are the same height as your ceremony shoes if you are keeping your wedding gown on. If you are really unsure, think about teaming simple wedding shoes with an elaborate wedding dress, or vice versa. When it comes to the style and heel height of your wedding shoes, it is really up to you. If you are holding a casual wedding, a block heeled shoe may be appropriate. You will want to pay close attention to ensure every last detail will be perfect for your wedding day. Ivory shoes are undoubtedly the most popular color for bridal shoes. That being said, ivory shoes come in the broadest range of styles from the classic pumps, peep toes, sling backs, mules, flat sandals to even a formal version of flip flops for the laid-back bride who demands the ultimate in comfort. You don't want your shoes to stand out too much against your dress so choose carefully and have fun in the process.