Cinderella, the most famous princess bride, married her prince wearing sparkling glass slippers. Today's brides make the journey from once upon a time to happily ever after in all manner of magic slippers.
Designers such as Vera Wang, Jimmy Choo, Stuart Weitzman, Kenneth Cole and Manolo Blahnik have filled shelves with wedding pumps, slingbacks, sandals and ballet flats in bronze, silver, gold and pewter metallic shades and soft pastels, as well as ivory and white. Detailing includes bows, beading, embroidery and lace. Heel heights and silhouettes range from flat to stiletto. Toes can be open, closed, pointed, rounded or squared."These days, wedding shoes make a real fashion statement. No one wants a cookie-cutter look," says Pezik, senior editor of Brides.com. "Brides are choosing their gowns and their accessories to reflect their own individual style. They're taking bridal shoes a step further than the traditional white satin pump."
Enjoy some of the different types, styles, colors of wedding shoes available for your big day. This is just another one to personalize your wedding day and make it your own.