Selecting the right shoe

Start with thinking about the heel

Is it flat you want (best if you are getting married on the beach, are taller than your partner, or just don't wear heels).  The Tammy shoe from Astra Bridal (545M) shows flats does not mean boring.

A wedge is great way to get some height but still keeping stability.  The dyeable Annette shoe is a little lift above a flat.  The Codi in Nude Shimmer gives you the heght of a 3 inch heel but with the stability of a wedge.

The platform shoe is where you get in to some dazzling heel heights, but with the platform they aren't so tough on your calves and you can sustain wearing them.  Eliza is a small platform and its medium heel and peep toe makes it popular.  Glitterati is nearly a 5" heel (one of our highest). 

Take a look at strappy shoes.  Great for a summer wedding.  Especially great if you have worked on getting the perfect pedicure! Top to bottom it is Rena, Poise and Moriah

Don't forget your shoe can show your personality and be a feature of your outfit.  The talented Ellie Wren in the US customises shoes to order.  Here are her designs using the Emmy shoe as a base.

Lastly lets not forget the photo opportunities your shoes offer.  Discuss with your photographer if you want them to capture all your accessories on the day.