Tuesday Shoesday: Flats to Match Your Bright Shoes

[Photo via]

It’s no surprise how much I love the bright wedding shoe trend, I mean, my bridal shoes are a bright hue of blue! It’s no longer the times of boring ivory and white, nowadays brides are using their shoe color choices to showcase their favorite hues and their personalities. A sexy, bright heel is fun to photograph and wear when you’re dancing up a storm, especially if you have a short dress that shows them off! However fabulous they are, they can really take a toll on your stems, even if you are one of the smart ladies who wore them in. No matter how many times you danced around the house in them or wore them out, 14 hours in a high pair of heels is going to hurt. Instead of maiming your feet, pair your bright heels with a matching pair of sandals, flats or flip-flops! That way, you still get that bright color that you love and your feet get a break! It’s a win win! Check out these pairings for bright wedding shoes. It’s your wedding, why spend it in pain?


[Photos 1 & 2]
Switch out your bright green pumps with these darling BØRN floral flats from Nordstrom. They are comfortable, affordable and stylish!


[Photos 1 & 2]
I love the pop of a bright red shoe with a white gown. The contrast is just stunning! Give your feet and wallet a rest with these comfy, $40 dollar flats from Zappos!


[Photos 1 & 2]

I have a very soft spot in my heart for brides who chose blue shoes 🙂 However cute they are, heels can be quite confining. Why not show off your newly pedicured toes with this gorgeous ruffly sandal?


[Photos 1 & 2]
Yellow is a perfect color shoe for the spring and summer bride! For a cute reception fix, throw on these stunning ostrich Kate Spades. Fashion forward and comfortable, all at once!


[Photos 1 & 2]
I learned a wise lesson from my best friend, closed toe wedding shoes are the devil. Her feet are still facing the consequences! Throw on a pair of these Blowfish purple flats to keep with your color scheme and keep your feet raring to go! Blowfish shoes are known for their comfortability and affordable price tag!


[Photos 1 &2]
I love the idea of switching from a bright pink stiletto to a lighter pink sandal with soft petals. If you want bold, this sandal comes in a darker pink/red as well! It’s a Christian Louboutin, but I found a site that sells it for less than $200, pink brides, so start shopping!


[Photos 1 & 2]
If you’re a bride who can’t pick just one color, don’t! A bright and flirty patterned pump and flat is a cute way to add some pizazz to a white or ivory gown!

For more great #TuesdayShoesday picks, visit Swatchbook Weddings,Postcards and PrettiesNiche WhiteEnchanted Dream Weddings & AffairsThe DemoiselleSuperburbsRuby and WillowLemon BrideBig Day for 10kPeach BrideLittle Miss Bride to BeMarry You MeBrancoprata and Meant to be Sent.


Filed under Bridal wear, Tuesday Shoesdasy

8 responses to “Tuesday Shoesday: Flats to Match Your Bright Shoes

  1. Pingback: Tweets that mention Tuesday Shoesday: Flats to Match Your Bright Shoes « A Realistic Wedding -- Topsy.com

  2. Beautiful pairings! Almost everybody ends up barefoot by the end of the reception, though……. good, bad, or ugly! 😉

  3. I’m all for the coloured shoe trend… picking which ones would be the hard part!

  4. Alicia

    Love it! I love the purple and print ones the most! I definitely had some flats to swap into, it saved my feet for sure!

  5. just came across your blog 🙂 love it!! i love the idea of the purple and print ones the most!! xoxo

  6. Those yellow shoes – love ’em!

  7. Pingback: Bright Tuesday Shoesday « Shaadi-Esque

  8. Allison

    Could someone please tell me the brand of the blue purple heels with the bow on the ankle? They are beautiful and match my fall wedding colors 🙂 I’ve been looking all over!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s