15 flat shoes for brides
25 Jul 2019
If heels aren't your style, take a look at these flat bridal shoes for your wedding day
If you favour comfort and practicality on your wedding day, flat shoes are the way forward. Being on your feet all day will inevitably take its toll - from mingling with your guests to dancing the night away, and you don't want to spend most of the day feeling miserable as a result of burning and aching feet.
The beauty of flat shoes is that not only are they heavenly to wear, you don't have to compromise on style. Ultra feminine ballet pumps, beautiful courts, contemporary bridal trainers and bohemian sandals are all firm favourites among brides.
If you still feel the need for extra height, wear heels for the ceremony or majority of the day and slip into something more comfortable when the celebrations get underway. This might require an outfit change if your wedding dress has been measured to accommodate your heel height. Whatever you choose, ensure your footwear is the perfect choice for you.
Take a look at these flat bridal shoes and wave goodbye to sore feet on your special day.
Above: Dulcie Ivory Satin Pump Shoe by Rainbow Club, £85
Above: Liana Cobalt Blue Satin by Aruna Seth, £445
Above: Athens Embellished Sandals by Accessorize, £35
Above: Starlight Blush Wedding Trainers by Rachel Simpson, £189
Above: Erin Glitter Slingback Ballet Flats by Jimmy Choo, £450
Above: Frankie Champagne by Charlotte Mills, £170
Above: Pearl Ivory With Satin by The White Ribbon (made to order), €105
Above: Princely Leather Embellished Mules by Kurt Geiger London, £129
Above: Florentina Crystal Flower Ivory Flat Shoe by Paradox London, £65
Above: Sandringham Ivory White Lace by Coco Rose London, £69
Above: Green Fingers by Irregular Choice, £115
Above: Lolita Lace by Harriet Wilde, £170
Above: Jude Silver Ivory Flat Sparkly Sandals by Emmy London, £525
Above: Novia Ivory Diamante Slip On Sandal by Dune London, £99
Above: Cari Ivory Satin Flats by L.K.Bennett, £245