Unforgettably you…

July 31, 2018

Unforgettably you…

Your wedding day should be more than just special – it should be unforgettable.

And what better way to add some magic to your dream day than with a pair of stunning shoes?

Once upon a time, bridal shoe options were quite limited – you could choose between white, or off-white…

But now, brides are bringing their own personality and sense of style to the occasion and adding metallics and even bright pops of colour to express their individuality.

So whether your tastes tend to fairytale princess, Hollywood statement queen, or even casual chic suited to a quirky backyard shindig, Shoe Envy has a gorgeous range of Bridal and events shoes to complete your look.

No matter what your style, you’ll find something uniquely you at Shoe Envy

Ice Dragon makes a gorgeously alternative “something blue”


Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue…

Many brides are choosing shoes as their “something blue” rather than a garter. And why not? Nobody can see them under your dress half the time anyway and it means you’ll be able to wear them again and again later – which may not always be possible with more traditional bridal styles.

In fact, coloured bridal shoes are having a little moment as brides take the opportunity to add a touch of playfulness to their weddings and express their personality. So don’t be shy! Now more than ever, if you want to get married in orange shoes, go for it!



Pictured styles are examples of recent popular bridal choices. For similar colour options at Shoe Envy, try Mauritius, Sultry Siren and Kabuki Blossom.

The Shoe Envy comfort promise: All our shoes are designed with comfort in mind, from the gentle sloping arches of our low heels to the hidden platforms of our dramatic high heels. So you won’t need to worry about blisters or sore feet as you dance the night away.v

Let’s not forget about the bridesmaids…

Our top picks for bridesmaids this season are:

Leggy Lady – This shoe is both gorgeous and practical. It will help your bridesmaids look fabulously pretty without pulling the focus away from the bride. And best of all, if you need your lipgloss back in the car, these are comfortable enough to run in, so your girls can be back in no time! Get it here





Classic Python: As its name implies, this shoe has timeless style and its neutral tones blend beautifully with a range of bridal colours – especially spring florals and Autumn tones. Best of all, your bridesmaids can wear them again, as they go perfectly with jeans for next-day walk-of-shame… Get it here





Champagne: This lovely pastel lemon is bang on trend and with its wood-grain heel and platform, it’s perfect for a daytime garden wedding. Gorgeous with florals or complementary pastel tones. Get it here






Copenhagen: A winter wedding favourite, this icicle-themed style channels its Nordic namesake with a hint of viking boldness. Pair with a faux fur stole and dare to chat up a groomsman in front of the open fireplace. Get it here






Baby Mystic Sea Serpent: With its lush wet-look upper and fish scale texture, this gorgeous ballet flat is the ideal match for a dawn ceremony at the beach. Get it here

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