MadLibs with offbeat wedding shoes: Let's imagine what weddings go with these shoes…

Every week I round up a few of my favorite shoes, focused on some sort of theme — smaller feet! Rustic chic! Halloween weddings! Sparkles! Etc! This week I'm going to try something a little different.

I'm just going to grab some shoe styles and then imagine what type of Offbeat Bride wedding might go with them. I'll use descriptors from our enormous tag archive… it's sort of like Offbeat Bride MadLibs, but with shoes!


50+ pairs of cute wedding flats

This is how it goes every week: I'll do a shoe post about something (wedges, platforms, boots, whatever) and the response will be "WHAT ABOUT FLATS!?"

We've got pages and pages of posts about wedding flats, but based on comments I receive, they're clearly the wedding shoe that seems to get the least love. We all want more flats. So today? FLATS! This collection seems to have a lot of animals involved (cats! bunnies! flamingos!) and also more than a few cute bows. Let's do this…


13 pairs of super cute Etsy wedding flats

Back in Feburary, I did a post about handmade shoes on Etsy. Etsy being what Etsy is, things come and go, so I figured the time was ripe to do a new round-up of Etsy wedding shoes… and this time we're going to focus on flats! If you're a heel-hater, pull up a chair. Ready? Things are about to get super cute and a little weird…


42 wedding sandals just a hint above barefoot (for honeymoons, too!)

We love Offbeat Brides who go barefoot, and in fact we have a whole archive dedicated to barefoot brides… but there are some brides who don't want to go completely barefoot, but want just a strappy hint of a shoe. This shoe post is for you, my strapping friends. I've got pairs of wedding sandals (or hell: honeymoon sandals!) that are just a hint above barefoot, but still protect your soles. Bonus: almost all of these are flats! I can hear your balls sighing in relief from here…


Comfortable wedding shoes are NOT an oxymoron

First, let's start out with the simple truth: comfort is subjective. There are some of us who swear that 4" platform heels are completely comfortable (and of course they are, compared to 5" non-platform heels!), while others of us will only wear flats. Meanwhile, others of us find the lack of arch support in flats to be a complete killer — flats are the worst for some arches! Keeping in mind that no collection of comfortable shoes could ever be perfect for everyone, I thought I'd wrastle up a few of my very favorite funky, colorful, and yes somewhat comfortable wedding shoes. My focus here is on brands known for their comfort, as well as lower heel height, chunkier heels, and flats.