For many bridal couples, choosing your wedding attire goes beyond the gown and the tuxedo, and often includes some fabulous footwear. What the bride and groom are wearing on their feet often makes a statement about who they are. After all…wedding shoes are a perfect opportunity to show off your individuality. When making a shoe choice, more brides are thinking about comfort first, since they’ll be spending 8 to 10 hours in their shoes. Smart brides may choose one pair of shoes for their ceremony, and another more comfy pair for the reception.A formal, traditional wedding typically congers up a classic heel, but the classic heel now includes embellishments…and it doesn’t have to be white. Shoes can provide a pop of color in the modern bride’s look. Here are some classic heels that a couple of our Hermann Hill brides chose to wear.
|The "I Do" embelishment was a subtle message to the groom|
|These shoes were obviously chosen for style and not for comfort|
If you’re afraid of tripping down the aisle, or just walking in general, flat wedding shoes may be the right choice for you. There are plenty of fabulous flats to choose from for your special day, not just for you, but also for your wedding party. These glittery ballet flats worked for bride, bridesmaids, and flower girls.
Your bridesmaids will appreciate having comfy flip-flops as a part of their attire. Hermann Hill has seen plenty of cute options, and they’re not just for the beach anymore!
A pair of shoes can make or break any outfit, and wedding shoes are no exception. The shoes are often a featured item in wedding photographs, as you’ll see here.
These bridesmaids were strutting a chic western style.
Not all grooms like the shiny black patent tuxedo shoe, and footwear has become a way to show their own particular style.
Sometimes, it’s the socks that make the statement.
Whatever you choose to wear on your feet, Hermann Hill hopes that your first steps as husband and wife will be happy ones that lead to a terrific future together!