Wedding Wishlist: 5 Fabulous Wedding Shoes (with a difference)

Now we all love shoes, right? So it goes without saying that your wedding shoes should be a/ fantastic and b/ the best shoes that you have ever owned! So let’s forget boring satin cream court shoes for your big day and instead embrace your inner glitter goddess with some of my personal favourites featured here.


Elegant Edwardian Boots

The Edwardian look is huge for wedding dresses for both modern and vintage brides and is a style that doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. These vintage inspired boots by Love Art Wear Art are perfect and  can be worn again after your wedding day.


The Glamorous 1930s

If you are wearing a bias cut simple 1930s wedding dress, you need shoes that scream elegance and none are better than Love Art Wear Art’s Marlene in gold. These wedding shoes are perfect to dance the night away with their gold tones and good heel height.


1960s cute flats

If you are wearing a 1960s vintage wedding dress, especially a short one, then you need the perfect flats to finish the look. These silver glitter Gardenia shoes by Merle and Morris are fabulous with their cute bows and peep toes.


The perfect Dorothy shoes

If you are wearing a tea length 1950s dress, then why not choose a coloured pair of low heel wedding shoes such as the Tess shoe by Miss L Fire. Embrace your inner Dorothy by choosing red with oodles of glitter.


Create happiness wherever you go!

Your guests will fall in love with these Mr and Mrs shoes by Irregular Choice when you walk down the aisle. With their glitter fronts and mini bride and groom heels, no-one will be able to hold back their smiles.

Happy shoe shopping!






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