10 Brides Who Didn’t Wear Heels




You have your wedding dress, and now it’s time to take your next wedding fashion step and turn your attention to that pair of stylish wedding shoes.




You can focus on getting the most bang for your bucks by picking stylish wedding shoes you can wear again instead of splurging on a one-time-only pair of shoes. A great choice would be one of these pairs of blush pink wedding shoes y

However, if you are more interested in making sure that your wedding day is uniquely you can choose offbeat bridal shoes for your wedding day

But if you can’t picture yourself wearing 6-inch heels on your wedding day, you’re not alone. Whether it’s sparkles, spangles and color, new or vintage, whatever your preference in wedding shoe styles there’s one trend that every bride should get behind, and that is shoes that are comfortable.

Pretty flats and even tennis shoes, often brightly colored or patterned, not only offer the desired comfort but also are very much in vogue now. More and more brides are opting for flats that are perfect for brides craving comfort — without sacrificing style.

Bridal sneakers are a great option for brides who don’t want to wear heels and who crave comfort. These cute and stylish bridal sneakers are not your typical “work out” footwear. They have sparkly rhinestones on them and often have “I do” written or embroidered on them. You can also replace the shoe laces with pretty ribbons.

Here are 10 brides who didn’t wear heels, reblogged from the knot:

There’s nothing like an amazing pair of shoes to complete your wedding look – and while heels are definitely the most popular choice, they aren’t the only pretty option to pair with your wedding dress. We’ve seen brides rock flats, cowboy boots and even sneakers (yes, really!) on their wedding day and totally pull it off. These brides prove that anything goes on your wedding day as long as you’re confident and comfortable.




Sarah’s Studded Flats

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Blush Photography

From the album: A Lost Poblanos Historic Organic Farm Wedding in Albuquerque, NM

Kristy’s High-Top Converse

Suzuran Photography




From the album: A Relaxed Elegant Wedding in Windsor, OH

Meghan’s Mint Lace TOMS

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Stephanie Sunderland

Kathryn’s Cowboy Boots

Brides Who Didn't Wear Heels

Ned Jackson Photography

From the album: A Peacock Inspired Rustic Wedding in Pomfret, CT

Rhianon’s Running Shoes

From the album: A Clock Tower Events Wedding in Denver, CO

Angela’s Blue Flats

Brides Who Didn't Wear Heels

Nicole Dixon Photography

From the album: A Romantic Conservatory Wedding in Columbus, OH

Ashley’s Studded Velcro High-Tops

Courtney’s Red Polka Dot Flats

Brides Who Didn't Wear Heels

Joyeuse Photography

From the album: A Music-Inspired Wedding in Charlottesville, VA

Caitlin’s Pearl Beaded Flats

From the album: A Rustic Autumn Wedding in Cambria, CA

Irene’s Sage Cut-Out Flats

Brides Who Didn't Wear Heels

First Comes Love Photo

From the album: A Whimsical Summertime Wedding in Shelby Township, MI

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