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This Week on Pinterest: Wedding Shoes!

Whether velvet, satin, vintage, flower-embellished, sequin-covered, or the perfect shade of plum, the shoes found beneath the hem of a modern bride’s gown are almost always fabulous. Choosing a pair of shoes to sport while you say “I do” is not as simple as it used to be. Get inspired by these wedding shoe trends we love…

1. Flowers: Whether they’re oversized, organza, sparkly, or in some cases still alive, we love a bride who can really rock the floral trend. (Photo credit: Left | Right)

2. Booties: Who doesn’t love a stylish, lace up, open-toed bootie? The Seychelles on the left are actually called the “I do Pumps.” (Photo credit: Left | Right)

3. Turquoise: It’s in and we love it. Especially when it comes in the form of suede. (Photo credit: Left | Right)

4. Polka Dots: Add polka dots to your turquoise and you’re really in business. (Photo credit: Left | Right)

5. Vintage Lace: When you go vintage, you can choose to be dramatic (left) or soft and understated (right); we love both.

6. Satin: The softness of satin is an elegant and opulent choice, but add a bow or ankle-tie and they’re totally swoon-worthy. (Photo credit: Left | Right)

7. Purple: These shoes are edible, but even if you can’t go Fendi, purple is still a wedding-worthy choice.  (Photo Credit)

8. Silver and Gold: The metallic trend isn’t going anywhere, especially as we head into the fall and winter seasons. (Photo credit: Left | Right)

9. Bows: How can you deny bows? Especially when they’re made of pearls. (Photo Credit)

10. Drama: Your wedding day footwear is all you; no mother-in-law or bridesmaid gets to make the call. It’s your chance to make a dramatic and memorable statement, so why not go all the way? (Photo credit)

A great shoe is nothing if not captured by an amazing photographer. Click the photo credit links above to view the incredible artists behind these images.

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For more shoe inspiration, follow our Wedding Shoes Pinterest Board!

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