Bridal Shoe Roundup

May 21, 2020
Bridal Shoe Roundup

Wedding shoes, while not always seen under your dress, are one detail of your day that can make a big statement. Brides these days are mixing it up with their shoe choices, from cowboy boots to Louboutins. Rocky Mountain Bride has rounded up our favorite takes on bridal shoes and how to pick the best style for your big day! 


This Utah bride, featured in our Moab wedding guide, is giving us the best southwest vibes with her choice of white booties. With 3 belt loop buckles and a small heel, she could comfortably dance the night away in the desert. If you’re someone who loves to get down on the dance floor, take this into consideration when selecting your shoes for the big day!

Photo: Haley Nord PhotographyBridal Boutique: Wedding Belles Bridal Boutique | Gown Designer: Morilee | Jewelry: Jay Nicole Jewelry

Simple Straps 

There’s nothing wrong with keeping it simple! After all, your shoes won’t be seen by everyone. This bride wore simple nude Stuart Weitzman heels that featured straps around the toes and ankle.

Photo: Brian Paul Mallik Photography | Bridal Boutique & Designer: Grace Loves Lace

Block Heels

Many weddings are often outside whether it be a ranch or an estate with sprawling land. Instead of aerating the grass in those pumps, brides have opted for a block heel which is perfect for walking on grass. Not to mention they are much more comfortable to walk in than regular heels. From fancy ballroom I do’s to casual backyard elopements, there is a block heel for every bride!

This bride wore white leather Freebird by Steven braided open-toed booties.

Photo: Angela Hays Photography | Bridal Boutique: a&be Bridal Shop | Gown Designer: Rue de Seine 


For a classic look go with some Louboutins, whether they be sparkly or a simple nude, there’s something about the red bottom that just makes it pop. The price will put a dent in your wedding budget but the thing about bridal shoes is you can wear them for future date nights for years to come.

Left Photo: Marie Claire Photography | Right Photo: Leo Patrone Photography

Something Blue

Need something blue? We love the idea of making your something blue your shoes. Carrie Bradshaw did it and you should too!

Check out these velvet heels that are custom made by Harriet Wilde.


This Albuquerque couple, featured in our Albuquerque wedding guide opted for some sparkling Badgly Mischka flats. We’re here for it, cause lets face it, blisters are painful. So dance like no one’s watching!

Photos by: Blue Rose Studio

Check out our Local Wedding Guide Library for more bridal shoe inspiration!

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