I love the idea of something unexpected popping out of the bottom of a wedding dress, and that seems to be what a lot of shoe designers are delivering now. From metallics to flats here are some gorgeous new shoe offerings:
Love the idea of ballet flats under a lace bridal gown as much as I do? If you missed out on the beautiful Chloe square toe ballet flats, try these sateen pumps here from Zara (at €20, it would be rude not to)
Compliment your gorgeous modern wedding dress with some white Chelsea boots - the Kurt Geiger Strut is currently available at ASOS, Selfridges and John Lewis.
I wish that Swedish Hasbeens would re-issue their silver high heeled clogs, but found some similar at Lotta From Stockholm. These would look amazing peeping out from the hem on one of our Sainte Suplice boho brides.
These Charlotte Mills Blossom Sandals were my dream wedding shoes! I love how they are so casually elegant and understated. Each shoe is hand finished with a silver sixpence and the leather sole is embossed with the phrase "Something old, Something new, Something borrowed, Something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe." All of the shoes are handmade in Spain.
I Am Florence is a British shoe designer I have recently discovered who puts the cool into wedding kicks. My favourite from the range is Jacko - trainers covered in white leather flowers and they also have a padded insole to keep you dancing all night.
Crafted with an intricate floral laser design, Peony by Harriet Wilde is a beautiful sandal style that fastens neatly on the foot with a pretty ribbon tie. Also available in gold and on a lower heel in ivory and pale blue. These would work so well with a vintage inspired wedding gown, and look fantastic worn with your jeans after the wedding!
Blush and nude shades always look on point with a wedding dress. The Jeffrey Campbell x Free People Andra Kitten Heel is the perfect dusty pink nude shade to compliment any skin tone and the heel is just the right height to look good & still be comfortable.
Customised converse for brides like these by Nappy Head at Notonthehighst, would perfect for putting on at the reception and a great souvenir of your wedding day. I love how they have swapped out the laces for ribbons. I’m slightly obsessed with wedding flats - check out our pinterest board here for more ideas.
These embellished wedges from Emmy London are a splurge but totally divine - I would wear these all the time!
Maybe not the most suitable for an outdoor wedding, but for urban brides, how could you go past these shimmery pink velvet heels from ASOS? Their product photography may not be the most inspiring, but goodness, take me to the altar now these are gorgeous.
What shoes are you planning on wearing for you wedding day?