49 wedding shoe photos to make your heart dance (and your mouth water)

Processed with VSCO with q1 presetThanks to our awesome sponsor Basic Invite for presenting this wedding shoe round-up on Offbeat Bride. We love 'em, and think you will too…

Photo by MetroStyle Studios
Photo by MetroStyle Studios

Are you looking for your perfect wedding shoe, and seeking inspiration? Have you found your wedding shoes, and are looking for cute ways to showcase them in your photography on your wedding day? What if you don't know what style, color, or customization you want for your wedding shoes?

We've got creative photography ideas, to even more creative wedding shoe customization, to the sparkly, or colorful, or comfortable shoes of your wedding dreams. Some of these are so good you could eat them… literally!

These wedding shoe photos have got your eyes and feet covered…

Shiny and sparkly wedding shoes

From sequins to metallics, from silver to black, these sparkly wedding shoes have all the eye-catching bling your feet crave.

Photo by Erika Nizborski Photography
Photo by Erika Nizborski Photography
Photo by Pink Light Images
Photo by Pink Light Images
Shoes embellished by Autumn Adamme at Dark Garden
Shoes embellished by Autumn Adamme at Dark Garden
Photo by Jeanne Mitchum Photography
Photo by Jeanne Mitchum Photography
Photo by Diane and Mike
Photo by Diane and Mike
Photo by Gemini and the Bear
Photo by Gemini and the Bear
Photo by  By Cherry Photography
Photo by By Cherry Photography
Photo by  Steven B Photography
Photo by Steven B Photography
Photo by Lovesick Inc
Photo by Lovesick Inc
Photo by JamieY Photography
Photo by JamieY Photography
Jeanne Mitchum Photography
Jeanne Mitchum Photography

Wedding Converse

Are there any shoes more perfectly suited for weddings? They're comfortable, colorful, and gender-neutral. Check out all your Converse options…

Photo by Erika Nizborski Photography
Photo by Erika Nizborski Photography
Converse that were hand bedazzled by the bride. Photo by Chameleon Imagery
Converse that were hand bedazzled by the bride. Photo by Chameleon Imagery
Bridal party Converse by Lemonade Photography
Bridal party Converse by Lemonade Photography
Groomsman Converse. Photo by Jessica Ames Photography, wedding by Diamonds and Details Weddings and Events
Groomsman Converse. Photo by Jessica Ames Photography, wedding by Diamonds and Details Weddings and Events
Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Photo by You Are Raven
Photo by You Are Raven
Photo by Devon Rowland Photography
Photo by Devon Rowland Photography

Blue wedding shoes

Need that perfect "something blue" for your wedding outfit. Think shoes…

Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Photo by Rebecca Ellison Photography
Photo by Rebecca Ellison Photography
Photo by JamieY Photography
Photo by JamieY Photography

Pink wedding shoes

Photo by Devon Rowland Photography
Photo by Devon Rowland Photography
Ice cream shoes customized by Wicked Addiction
Ice cream shoes customized by Wicked Addiction
Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Photo courtesy of Elope Niagara
Photo courtesy of Elope Niagara

Red wedding shoes

Vivienne Westwood wedding shoes by All Bliss Photography
Vivienne Westwood wedding shoes by All Bliss Photography
Red shoes for your bridal party. Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Red shoes for your bridal party. Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Photo by Jessica Ames Photography. Wedding by Diamonds and Details Weddings and Events
Photo by Jessica Ames Photography. Wedding by Diamonds and Details Weddings and Events

Wedding boots

Photo by Diane and Mike
Photo by Diane and Mike
Photo by Allebach Photography
Photo by Allebach Photography
Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Photo by Robyn Icks Photography
Photo courtesy of Elope Niagara
Photo courtesy of Elope Niagara
Photo by Jonas Seaman
Photo by Jonas Seaman
Photo by You Are Raven
Photo by You Are Raven

Comfortable wedding shoes

Photo by Lemonade Photography.
Photo by Lemonade Photography.
Photo by Inspired by Danielle
Photo by Inspire by Danielle
Photo by Gemini and the Bear
Photo by Gemini and the Bear
Photo by Jonas Seaman
Photo by Jonas Seaman
Photo by Rebecca Ellison Photography
Photo by Rebecca Ellison Photography
Photo by Pink Light Images
Photo by Pink Light Images

Custom wedding shoes

Photo by Altar Image Photography
Photo by Altar Image Photography
The bride's mothers made these using a quote from their special song. Via Ginger Bee Events. Photo by Easton Richmond Photography
The bride's mothers made these using a quote from their special song. Via Ginger Bee Events. Photo by Easton Richmond Photography
Photo and shoe customization by Wicked Addiction
Photo and shoe customization by Wicked Addiction

Fun shoes for grooms

Photo by JamieY Photography
Photo by JamieY Photography
Shoes by Wicked Addiction
Shoes by Wicked Addiction
Photo by BG Productions
Photo by BG Productions
Photo by Diane and Mike
Photo by Diane and Mike

Edible wedding shoes

Jimmy Choo sugar shoe by Glady Cakes
Jimmy Choo sugar shoe by Glady Cakes

Phew. That was a lot of awesome wedding shoe action. I think my favorites were all in the pink shoe section. What were your favorites?

Thanks again to Basic Invite for sponsoring this Offbeat Bride round-up!
Thanks again to Basic Invite for sponsoring this Offbeat Bride round-up!

    • As far as I can tell, the bat shoes are by Call It Spring? But my perfunctory Google didn't turn them up, so personally I suspect the bats are a DIY addition.

  1. The great thing about Docs and especially Converse is that they're great for the larger footed person – although a lot of the more feminine styles of Docs either don't go up to a UK9/US11 or they do but the largest size sells out instantly.
    It certainly helps if you can buy direct from the manufacturer since a lot of retailers will trim their size availability.

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