If you don’t fancy being any taller on your wedding day, want to be comfortable, or just want to change out of your heels at some point during the day, then flat wedding shoes are for you! Feast your eyes on these flat wedding shoes to suit every bride:
The beauty of Shoes of Prey is that you can custom make your shoes! You design them on their website, and they make your vision come to life! You could even make a heeled and a flat pair if you wanted the same look but different levels of comfort. And you can always get your beloved wedding shoes made in other colours in the future- win win!
These Christian Louboutin “Follies Strass” flats are ideal for a bride. Embellishes in Swarovski crystals and set in transparent mesh, your feet will be in glitter heaven. These shoes are glitzy but still every bit elegant! Perfect for a bride that wants both luxury and comfort on her wedding day. These babies will set you back AUD $1,495 though, so you may have to give up your morning coffee for… a whole year.
These stunning ivory satin and Swarovski crystal flats by UK brand Jimmy Choo are every bit bridal! The ivory satin and crystals scream “do not spill red wine anywhere near me or risk certain death”. They are absolutely divine and would be styled perfectly with a tea length dress and some vintage waves.
These gorgeous lace ballet flats would make the perfect wedding shoes for a vintage or classic bride. Their shoes also come in amazing size range of 5-12 (with a variety of widths) at an affordable price range of $99-$500. They also stock clip on shoe ornaments, meaning you can customise your shoes to suit your look.
Casual bride (bridechilla, if you will) but still leave a trail of glitter wherever you go? Perfect- these are the wedding shoes for you. And, they come in a range of colours including multi, silver, white, and gold- so you can choose which coloured glitter trail suits your bridechilla aesthetic.
These cute AF flats will greet your new spouse for you, so that you don’t have to. Sweet. And only like $50 so you can put more $$ towards the open bar. Winning.