6 Must-Know Wedding Shoes Trends For 2019

April 03, 2019 | in Fashion, Trending

You may not think too much about it, but the shoes you wear on your wedding day is also an important thing to consider. You may think that nobody will see them, but on those times when your feet do peep out from the bottom of your skirt, you’ll also want to ensure they look their best and are also dressed in the prettiest shoes you can find.

Here are our favorite trends for wedding shoes for 2019.

1. Flats

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You will be on your feet for most of the day, so of course you’d want to be comfortable. It is fine to not wear 4 inch heels on your wedding day. Instead, something like these laced ballerinas will make your feet look absolutely dainty when they peep out from underneath your skirt. On the plus side, you will be able to move around with ease and not worry about sore feet within hours.

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Especially if you’re getting married in a traditional Chinese wedding dress, consider these satin embroidered flats. You can find a lot of designs, all beautifully embroidered with dainty flowers and other auspicious symbols like the phoenix and dragon. The workmanship alone is a sight to behold and of course, they must come in auspicious red!

2. Embellishments

It doesn’t matter the height of your shoes, embellishments are a must. Whether they are crystals, rhinestones or pearls, embellished shoes make great statement pieces when paired with the right dress.

@pninatornai

These stilettoes are embellished with crystals at the back. Notice the difference on the heel base of both shoes. It’s very subtle but once people notice them, everybody will start talking about them.

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Lace will never go out of style.

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Pearls and weddings go hand in hand. You can never go wrong with pearls.

@chantalrouthier

These aesthetically embellished shoes are simply beautiful. The gold peony flowers with ribbon strap gives a very feminine touch to the pair of feet.

If you are looking for something that will give you comfort and stability but still want some height, the wedge is definitely a wise choice. They provide support for your foot arch so your weight is more evenly distributed.

3. Nudes

If you don’t want to go for the conventional white, then there is the over popular nude shoes. These skin color shoes can match any dress and look very natural.

@chobs.official

Nudes does not mean boring. These nude pumps adorned with polka dotted lace bows sure make a statement.

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Show off your perfect pedicure in these simple, yet classy Christian Louboutin pumps. The platform provides a few inches of additional height without the need to learn ballerina pointe skills.

4. Monogrammed Shoes

Want something really personalized to mark your big day? What about monogrammed shoes, that something extra that symbolizes you walking into your new life together?

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You can basically monogram anything onto your shoes, like the simple “I Do” above or even your initials.

Sher Lynn got the idea from a wedding magazine while searching for ideas for her wedding. She had the shoes made from a shop in Thailand while she was vacationing there because it was more affordable. The “I Do” is composed of crystals.

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Hand drawn designs like above will cost you a little something extra but you can be sure there will never another pair the same as yours in the world.

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White peep toe platform pumps with diamante fringes and the bride’s name and wedding date printed on the sides.

5. Pops of Color

Don’t want to go for the traditional whites or nudes? Who says brides can’t wear colorful shoes?

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These traditional Chinese wedding pumps will definitely be a trendsetter. The intricate embroidery and symbols showcase love and harmony.

@baba.handmade

These traditional Peranakan beaded shoes are definitely a work of art. In the olden days, young Peranakan girls learn this fine art from a young age because when they eventually get married, they are expected to craft their own pair as part of their wedding trousseau. Each shoe is hand sewn and takes many hours to complete.

@theweddingprodigy

This sliver pair with tiny flowers is definitely perfect for a wedding in spring or a garden wedding.

@clairemarieartist

Who would have thought that you could also commission a customized art onto your pumps like this. This is too gorgeous!

6. Metallics

Metallic shoes are back and brides don’t necessarily have to wear silver.

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Silver peep toe shoes are definitely safe choice. Not only do they match easily with any dress, they also highlight the fairness of your feet.

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This sliver pump with gold leaves is definitely a unique look.

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Gold is a close second favorite for brides who want to veer away from the conventional colors.

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Fall instantly in love with this gorgeous metallic heels.

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For the bold brides, why not try holographic shoes? Not many brides can pull this off with brazenness but if you are brave enough, give this a try. These are shoes that seem to change color depending on the light so people can’t really be sure what color you’re wearing.

Lastly, we want to leave you with a few tips to ensure you have a pleasant wedding day.

Comfort is the most important thing. If you are not sure you can be in heels all day, then opt for flats. But if you are up for the challenge, break in your shoes a few months before your wedding. Wear them and walk around in them so that you get used to their height and soften up the material.

You may want catwalk runway heels but if you’re not used to the height, then maybe you’d want to opt for something you’re more used to wearing. But again, if you’re up for the challenge (after all, it’s only one day), then practice walking around in them a few months before your wedding. This includes going up and down any staircases you may need to go through.

If your wedding is outdoors, like a garden or you need to walk on grass, then flats or wedges may be the better option.

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