When I got married four years ago, I thought shoes wouldn't be an issue since my dress was so long. Sure enough, we had some pictures sitting down and you can see my hideous, chunky silver heels from a late 90s formal. Take heed brides-to-be. If I could do it over, I'd wear something more dreamy and romantic. Something like these.*ruffle sandal, Luichiny "Stun" on Endless $56.95
butterfly sandal, Bourne "Elsa" on Endless $205
feather flat, Shannon Britt "Abby" on Endless $245.12
beaded sandal, Max Studio at Nordstrom $144.95
lace trim pump, Martinez Valero "Olivia" on Endless $159.95
gold jeweled sandal, A. Marinell "Rise" on Endless $101.60
pink floral sandal, Nina "Critia" on Zappos $99.95
champagne ruffle heel, Romantic Soles on Zappos $69
organza bow flat, Badgley Mischka "Reba" on Endless $190
blush ruffle sandal, BP Platinum "Jade" at Nordstrom $59.95
rosette slingback sandal, Cole Haan "Ceci Air Rose" on Endless $428
rhinestone peeptoe, Jeffrey Campbell "Quartz" at Nordstrom $159.95
If you're looking for formal shoes to attend a wedding (as opposed to being in the wedding) or prom, many of these shoes are also available in black, metallics, and jewel tones.
*Of course, I had a garden wedding, and thin heels may have resulted in me falling on my face, a classy bridal look.