Sweep your feet off their feet in a pair of wildly romantic off-white wedding shoes. Ideal for brides and bridesmaids alike, a pair of ivory or champagne wedding shoes is a little easier on the eye than bright white in the spring. Ivory wedding shoes can be worn with your choice of heirloom family gold jewelry, or some brand new gold pieces from your prince or princess charming.
Ivory and champagne both marry well with a delicate pink, spring green, robin's egg blue or a light purple. For a more modern twist, weave a tangerine orange, deep coral or lime green with the light pink and champagne white.
The RSVP Lauren bridal shoes in champagne satin are closed in the front with a feminine rounded toe. A thin Mary Jane strap keeps this shoe girlish, as do the rows of tasteful ruffles on the back of the shoe. A four-inch heel elevates the bride to lofty heights.
The Me Too Jeanettes in the same delicious champagne satin offer a peep toe and a pristine bow with perfect posture on the toes. The wedding slingback is a tad shorter than the four-inch RSVP Lauren, with a three and 3/4 inch heel.
Pour on a pair of RSVP Ivana pumps in a deeper champagne hue. The pumps are adorned with a romantic tulle rosette. The handcrafted look of the rosettes adds a vintage look to the wedding pump.
Wedding sandals are not necessarily synonymous with casual, as exhibited by the A. Marinelli Rascal sandals in ivory satin. Well-placed rhinestones decorate the strappy wedding sandals in minimal fashion. The wedding sandals have a 3 1/4-inch heel and have a convenient adjustable strap.
The Sands of Pink
Somewhere between the worlds of ivory and pink is a pair of Nina Ulexa in Powder Sand Luster Satin. A diagonal strip of ruffled petals float from the ankles to the toes. Two delicate straps, an elasticized one at the ankle, and a thin one at the toes.