(Closed) Brides who wore very bridal shoes (ie white, bejeweled, etc.)

posted 3 years ago in Shoes
Post # 2
2474 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

I haven’t actually gotten married yet but I got mine on amazon for only about $50. They’re betsy johnson and they’re white and bejeweled. I doubt i’ll ever wear them again so I might try to resell on poshmark or something!

Post # 3
1182 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2018 - Fremont, CA

Those shoes look amazing, but I bet they would cause a wedding dress to snag like crazy…


Post # 4
438 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

I will be wearing these sparkly Christian Louboutin’s at my wedding (not my photo). I think these are party shoes not necessarily bridal shoes. I definitely will wear them again and again. I go to formal parties a couple of times each year so I will have other occasions to wear these to. 😉


Post # 5
122 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

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bear123 :  I have nothing helpful to add, but I’m facing the same dilema. My gown doesn’t have a lot of embelishments so I wanted some sparkley heels but I highly doubt I’ll wear them again  (also is anyone really even going to see them on the day?!). I’m leaning towards getting a second hand pair that some other bride only wore once. Or going with blue…I might get more use out of that color? 

Post # 6
603 posts
Busy bee


I tried to just find a picture of my shoes, but instead I put the link.  I am dying for my wedding to come so that I can actually wear my wedding shoes.  I hate knowing that I have them and they would look great with an outfit, but I can’t wear them.  I came across them when looking for wedding ballet flats, so I don’t know if these are outside your idea of traditional.

I don’t know that I would wear the beautiful shoes you have linked again, but if you went with a more silver/mettalic shoe and jewels, I think that I would end up wearing them again for fun nights out.  I think the white makes it difficult to rewear them.

Post # 8
2835 posts
Sugar bee

I had my wedding Louboutins custom strassed with 24K gold coated Swarovski crystals.  I’ve worn them to another wedding so far.  At the moment, they occupy a corner of our room…

Post # 11
4966 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

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bear123 :  I did and I’ve never wore them again as they look obviously bridal. They sit in a box in my wardrobe collecting dust along with  my hairpiece, jewelry and veil. My veil, and shoes do make it out of the box on occasion as my niece likes to try it all on. She tells me she want to wear it when she gets married. She’s welcome to it but I told her she may change her mind. 

Post # 12
10411 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

These were my shoes. I took them off after I walked back up the aisle and never saw them again but I think perhaps they are in a closet, maybe?


Post # 13
9572 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

no one is really going to see your shoes unless you have a short dress.

i bought a pair of sparkly high heels for$50 from nordstrom rack.  i wore them to a wedding the month before mine to break them in and to the symphony.  then to my wedding.

since then, i’ve worn them to bar mitzvahs, weddings, and paired with jeans for a night out.

they can dress up a casual outfit.  plus they are comfortable to wear.

Post # 14
6834 posts
Busy Beekeeper

I have no reason to wear mine again, but I only spent 13 bucks so I don’t care.  They were white eyelet lace to match my dress, a lucky find on amazon.

you could always get white and dye to a more practical color later.

Post # 15
2619 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

I bought a pair of sparkly flats for my wedding. I haven’t worn them again yet, but I plan to for a new years party or something like that. I also just spent $40 though, so if I don’t wear them again, oh well.

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