Wedding flats for brides who hate heels

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Grey bridal flat
How cute are these custom bridal flats?!

Another week for me to geek out on wedding shoes!

Last week, I heard from several readers who were like, “Yeah sure cute — but what about those of us who want to wear flats?” While I make a point to include flats in every batch of shoes I feature, because as someone who can't walk in a heel over 2 inches, I got nothing but love for the ladies who want to rock the flats on their wedding day.

And so, without further ado, here's my collection of lovely low heeled wedding flats that will make you feel 10 feet tall. These range from about $50 all the way up to $300.

Just click the picture to learn more!


Succulent and silverleaf eucalyptus handpainted custom flat wedding shoes on offbeat bride


scalloped wedding flats on offbeat bride




Rose Gold Bridal Flat as seen on Offbeat Bride


Comments on Wedding flats for brides who hate heels

  1. My finace and I are having an outdoor wedding, and I can't tell you how many times I've tripped because one of heels sunk in the grass. I'm not gonna risk having that happen on our big day, so I'm definetely wearing flats.

    • Cass, I have to say how cute it is that you just said “OUR big day.” And not “MY.” :]

  2. I wore slippers at my wedding and never once regretted it. And it had nothing to do with height-I'm 5'10 and my hubby is 6'7… was all about COMFORT! I do love heels….but standing in them for 12 hours straight? No thanks! Go for the flats!

  3. Oh, thanks! My fiance is just a hair shorter than me. I want to wear a shorter dress, but I don't want to look frumpy by my shoe choice. Even though I usually wear heels, I dearly want us to be eye-to-eye on our wedding day.

  4. Love these shoes! I went barefoot for my wedding. I had shoes to wear but I kicked them off just before walking down the aisle. Everyone thought it was hilarious….except my Grandma! 🙂

  5. A friend of mine just got married this September, and she wore a pair of cute white ballet-flat style Sketchers. They had a cute lace design on them, but weren't intended to be dressy shoes. They looked WONDERFUL! Paired with her dress, they really took on that non-casual air that made her outfit both gorgeous and FUN… because she was able to keep on dancing with us all night!

  6. I am having an outdoor wedding in January, inthe Canadian Rockies… wearing UGGs with my dress for the ceremony.

    I did buy a fantastic turqouise pair of heels that I will rock at the reception though. Mainly because I love how I feel in heels and these ones are absolutely killer (although comfortable, if you are used to heels!).

    Now, how do I hem the dress…. ?

    • I have been having a similar dilemma, in reverse. I have been having really bad foot pain in my left arch, so I don't think I can wear heels for my entire wedding extravaganza; I may just wear them for the ceremony, then change into some cute flats for the rest of the night….or wear flats the whole time. I think you (we) could bustle/tie up the dress slightly from the inside to create a shorter length, then let it out to the full length to wear with heels. I believe a talented seamstress (especially someone familiar with formal gowns) should be able to achieve this! (I hope!) Let me know if you have any other breakthroughs. 🙂 Good luck!

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