Brides have plenty of choice when it comes to wedding shoes, from designer labels to unbelievably-priced stilettos, flats, and sandals. The wedding dress is considered the centerpiece of attention, but bridal shoes and accessories are just as important.
The choice of shoes depends on the type of wedding ceremony – whether it is non-religious or civic, orthodox wedding, themed wedding ceremony, etc. Those who are planning an orthodox wedding will probably choose an ivory, cream, or white wedding dress. It is best to complement the bridal gown with a matching pair of shoes in cream or white shades.
The shoes you choose for the D-day can either make or break your bridal gown. Given that your bridal shoes options are more limited, fashion designers suggest that you shop around for shoes first. Wedding gowns abound, and it will be easier to match this way. If your primary concern is to feel comfortable, go for sandals or flats. Sandals are a great choice for women who are looking for affordable, decorative shoes. Women who are looking for designer bridal shoes have plenty of choice. They can buy a beautiful pair of shoes by Benjamin Adams, Angela Nuran, Stuart Weitzman, or Lauren Jones. Ivory and white silk satin shoes are offered by leading footwear designers.