Have wider toes than many formal wedding shoes. Buyers love how beautiful these look at weddings, especially in photographs. The embellishments around them provide a unique visual appeal and style. A matching shoe for your Disney Princess wedding.
They do run small despite their wider end, so check the sizing.
These classy flats sparkle against a light gray color scheme. Anti-slip surface will keep you on your feet come reception time. These are a hit for backyard weddings and those in non-traditional locations. They're also great for casually wearing after the wedding, too.
These won't be ideal for formal weddings, though they still work well for casual receptions.
They're all white, and they don't need to be for a wedding. The neutral design goes with many styles of wedding dresses. The low-top design and laces help to complement your dress, not overwhelm it. They'll be comfortable for a night on the dance floor, too.
They run too small.
These wrap around your foot in a way that lets it breathe without sacrificing your comfort or safety. They are customizable to the rest of your outfit thanks to an adaptable design. These stylish wedding shoes look great with formal wedding gowns with a little bit more color.
They run too slim for brides with wide feet.
The ashy white color blends well with many wedding dress styles. They're available in other colors that may match the wedding party's, too. This raised shoe's padded tongue and elasticated laces keep your feet comfortable. A great idea for couples with a height difference in wedding photos!
These run too small and might not be ideal for wider feet.
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