You’ve booked the venue, the invitations have been sent out, your outfit has been fitted and now it’s time to choose the perfect spool heel wedding shoes.
You’ve hired your wedding videographer, which means that the hard part is over, but you still have some work left to do. To ensure that the highlight film from your big day is perfect, you should give some thought to the music that will be included. After all you’ll be watching it with your family and friends every year on your anniversary for the rest of eternity, right?
With all eyes on you, it is important to choose a pair of statement shoes that reflect the grand occasion of your special day. From high and low heels, to flats and trainers, your bridal shoes should be as glamorous as you without having to sacrifice on comfort.
Whether you are having a traditional wedding with a white princess dress and looking for a pair of stiletto heels to match or opting instead for a low-key function and hoping to find a pair of bold statement shoes, we may just have the bridal shoes for you.
As a winter bride, there’s a lot you have to think about when choosing your wedding attire. While considering heavier dress fabrics, long sleeves, and cozy accessories might be at the top of your list, you’ll also want to think carefully about your big-day footwear.
To help you select the type of shoes that makes the most sense for a cold-weather wedding, we spoke to two bridal stylists about seasonal footwear. Here, the dos and don’ts to remember when selecting wedding shoes for winter.
Have a backup pair on hand.
Winter brides should consider a backup pair of shoes (in the same heel height) for walking outside in case of bad weather. If your ceremony and reception are in two different places—or if you plan to venture outdoors for photos—you’ll be glad you have a warm, dry pair to change into once you’re back indoors.
Feel free to get creative with your selection.
You can wear a pointed closed-toe shoe with embellished bling that looks like ice crystals, which would be a nice way to honor the season. Want something a little less literal? A cool pair of ice-blue pumps or shimmering white stilettos would nod to the time of year, too.