Girls have a special love for their footwear, and no outfit is complete until you pair them with a perfect pair of shoes. So even though the wedding attire may get all the attention, you know that you won’t be happy until you have matched them with the right pair of shoes. When it comes to wedding shoes, gold or silver heels are what comes to your mind first. But there are so many more options and designs to choose from! If you want to do something quirky yet keep it subtle, then a bold footwear choice is the way to go as it will be covered by your outfit.

While some are going for brightly colored sneakers, others are going for customized juttis, and the choices are endless. 


Simple Ballerinas

If you want a simple, understated and comfortable option, then ballerinas are the way to go. They are the western equivalent of our juttis and come in beautiful shades- pastels, nudes and bridges. You can choose ones adorned with cute ribbons, ruffles, sequins or thread work. They are super comfy and can be easily reused. 

‘Pataka Dulhan’ Sandals

The ‘Pataka Dulhan’ emblazoned sandals are making the rounds this wedding season. They have found their way on to juttis, wedges and even slip-on and add a quirky and desi touch to your bridal look.

Glittering Pumps



It is hard to stop staring at this breathtaking creation. The only practical consideration is to ensure that the wings don’t get stuck on your skirt.

beautiful wedding shoes


Comfortable Sneakers

Yes, it is now completely acceptable to wear sneakers on your big day with even celebrities like Deepika Padukone taking the trend forward. You can choose to wear heels for the main ceremony and ditch them for sneakers so that you are comfortable dancing and standing for long hours.

Your sneakers can be your ‘something blue’ on your big day. This is also the perfect opportunity to splurge on the Nikes you have had your eye on for a while.

blue high top sneakers
Alternatively, you can go for heeled boots if you are looking to add a little bit of height. They are definitely more comfortable than stilettos. 
blue felt heels
Decorate your sneakers with thread work or you can do it yourself by painting on it sticking sequins and other embellishments that you fancy. 
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Bridal Juttis

Juttis are a must-have in your bridal trousseau. They are chic, comfortable, easily customisable and go beautifully with everything from lehengas to jeans. You can have your juttis featuring your name or even your personalised hashtag.  We are in love with these Paris themed juttis in a rare shade of pink. 

Lace Designed Stilletos

There is something exquisite about this unique combination of intricate lacework and see-through panels combined with a metallic gold heel. 

Funky Stilletos

This chic piece from “Papa Don’t Preach by Subiksha’ looks amazing. We are totally crushing over the beaded work and net detailing. 

Tasteful Wedges

If you want to wear heels, then the most comfortable and traditional option has got to be wedge heels. Within wedges, there are multiple options and innumerable designs to choose from. You are sure to find a pair that is right for you. 

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In Unusual Colours

The unusual olive green colour is what makes these Prada heels pop. Combine them with an outfit of contrasting colour to show them off to maximum effect. 

green velvet heels


We hope that we have given you some great footwear ideas for your wedding or even for the next wedding that you are going to attend. Let us know your favorites in the comments.