Cheap Wedding Shoes
Tips for budget bridal footwear
Check out our tips for buying cheap wedding shoes.
Don't waste money buying expensive bridal shoes that will be hidden underneath your wedding dress.
Your prime aim should be to find a pair of comfortable shoes that will also make the most of your dress by
having the right height heel.
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First, avoid buying shoes labelled as "wedding" or "bridal" shoes. As usual the "W" word
adds $$$ to the price.
Instead look for everyday normal footwear in fashion designs that come
in modern bridal-friendly colors like cream, metallic silver and gold.
If you want white or ivory wedding shoes, buy a cheap pair of sandals, pumps or slingbacks
and spray paint them. This DIY method for bridal shoes really works and when you're done, you can spray
paint them another color for use afterwards!
Add a sexy designer touch to a plain pair of white satin shoes by decorating with diamonte, rhinestones, bows or jewelry.
You can also get neat little shoe clips or even clip-on earrings to attach to toe straps to make that
ordinary shoe look like a designer wedding shoe.
If you are having a beach wedding, consider wedding flip flops which are WAY cheaper than
more conventional wedding shoes. They are also really comfortable!
Inexpensive Wedding Shoes
When shopping for shoes, try to plan in advance so that you buy in clearance sales.
Sandals, for example will be far cheaper in the Fall and you can get some great bargains on closed toe and heel
wedding shoes at the start of spring.
Don't forget eBay for buying second hand shoes. Beautiful shoes that have only been worn once are
absolute bargains if you shop around and you are lucky enough to find your correct size.
We love this fab pair of rhinestone studded sandals from Touch Ups.
They are also dyeable.
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available in WIDE fittings.
Don't forget to take your wedding shoes to every dress fitting to be sure your dress is the right length
And remember to wear those new shoes in before your big day. It's a good idea to walk in them outside to rough up the soles
a little, avoiding any embarrassing slips whilst walking down the aisle!