Floral wedding shoes

Updated Mar 15 2021
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Flowering Quince - WhiteEven if you're going for non-floral centerpieces, non-floral bouquets, and boutineers made from children's toys, you can still get a little flower power into your wedding day.

I've included a pretty wide range of floral-print styles here — ranging from traditional pumps to Doc Martens, and heel heights ranging from flats to wedges. I've got a lot of floral blends, too — meaning some floral/polkadot mixes, floral/stripe mixes, and even one floral/skull mix.

Nine West - Sharina (White Garden Fabric) - Footwear
MIA - Reeba (Black Multi) - Footwear
Betsey Johnson - Ditan (Floral Leather) - Footwear
Rocket Dog - Sedona (Natural Bright Eyelet) - Footwear
Born - Albright (Rosso Floral) - Footwear
Rocket Dog - Sedona (White Mai Tai) - Footwear
J. Renee - Classic (Black Brite Floral Satin) - Footwear
Kate Spade New York - Stella (Yellow/Green Bridal Floral Print Fabric) - Footwear
Ted Baker - Carlina (Multi) - Footwear
Naya - Giada (Natural Wonder/Black Lace Print Fabric/Black Leather) - Footwear
Bass - Lewisa (Blue Flower Combo) - Footwear
Dr. Martens - 1460 W 8-Eye Boot (White/Portland Rose) - Footwear
Betsey Johnson - Haylie (Black Leather) - Footwear
Geox - Donna Fragrance Spun 1 (Jungle) - Footwear
Poetic Licence - Arm Candy (Pink Gold) - Footwear
Nine West - LoveStory (Red Multi Fabric) - Footwear
Zigi - Rush (Beige Multi) - Footwear
Nine West - DontMess (Natural Combination Fabric) - Footwear
Apepazza - Cindy (Turquoise) - Footwear
Giuseppe Zanotti - E26150 (Fuxia) - Footwear

Random bonus shoe

Sweety Bird - White

  1. I ordered those Betsey Johnson floral platforms with the corset detail on the back for our wedding initially, but when they arrived, they were much darker than pictured. They were almost bronze in color and they were irridescent…still a cool shoe, but totally NOT what I was expecting, and it didn't really work with the look I was going for and I didn't have the spare cash to keep them for non-wedding shoe awesomeness, so I sent them back. Still pretty, but beware, if you are looking for a pastel or pink shoe, these are NOT what you are looking for!!!

  2. I LOVE a good floral shoe! One (or two…maybe three) of those might end up in my position in the not too distant future. The Rocket Dog peep toes? I die. Thought I should share my floral wedding shoes, Irregular Choice's "Duke Too Flat": http://www.amazon.com/Irregular-Choice-Womens-Duke-Too/dp/B004YZZBFG/offbeatbride-20
    I got the blue ones but they come in pink and black too. They've also got a 1.25" heel which is just about perfect 🙂 I think there's an Irregular Choice shoe out there for every kind of offbeat bride.

    • Thanks for sharing that…I'm definitely looking for a very low heel (I'd have needed to order an extra long dress for anything higher and my FH is only a couple inches taller than me…just going out, who cares, but I don't want to be taller for the wedding), but don't particularly want an actual flat. Appreciate the link!

  3. Why, oh why, is the one that I really, really like (the pointy toe flat w a tiny wedge) always the $200+ one? It never fails.

  4. The Rocket Dog Peep toe are my wedding shoes. They go great with my tea length dress. Yea for the floral.

  5. Irregular Choice has some great shoes with fake flowers on them for a 3D look. They're pretty comfortable too.

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