A pair of exquisite bridal shoes by Harriet Wilde, Freya Rose, Charlotte Mills or LoveArtWearArt will be the perfect addition to your beloved dress. These talented shoemakers use the finest satins, leathers, suedes and ultra-luxe embellishments to beautifully handcraft their designer shoes in Europe.
From courts to boots to pumps, we've got a pair of wedding shoes perfect for your sashay down the aisle. Be prepared to fall head over heels...
Freya RoseWas: £195 Now: £135
Harriet WildeWas: £300 Now: £175
Harriet WildeWas: £200 Now: £125
BRIDE SEEKS SHOE
You have the dress. Next comes the quest for the perfect shoe – the bridal shoe that works with the gown, fits like a dream, allows you to walk the aisle like it's a catwalk and, most importantly, makes your heart skip a beat. You'll find it at Liberty in Love. Stay true to your own personal style, opting for a pair of wedding shoes that not only balances your dress, but allows you to relax and walk confidently on your big day. If high heels are not for you, choose a dainty flat or a simple pair of midi-heel wedding shoes. Either will look elegant and see you through from your entrance music to the end of the night without teetering.
STEP OUT IN STYLE
You only get one wedding day, so choose to make a statement in a pair of wedding shoes with an ornate heel or toe detailing. These are the kind of shoes you'll want to show off, so raise your hemline and ask your photographer to take a close-up shoe-shot. It's a must for your wedding album. And every girl knows the kudos that comes with owning an amazing pair of designer wedding heels – be the envy of your fashion pack friends by choosing a bridal footwear label they'll swoon over.
THE PERFECT PARTNER
Use shoes to switch up your bridal style. If your dress is sweet and traditional, marry it with an edgier pair of heels with a graded platform. Or, to give a modern dress a vintage touch, choose an intricate pair of ivory lace midi-heels teamed with other lace accessories. Shoes featuring eye-catching crystals will act as jewels for the feet, adding glamour to a more demure dress while a blush or nude shade of shoes will add fashion-edge to an ivory gown.