The obvious reason to wear blue wedding shoes is that it's an easy way to take care of your 'something blue', if you're following that wedding tradition. But this isn't the only reason we love a blue wedding heel (or flat!) on your special day.
Blue wedding shoes pair beautifully with wedding dresses of all shades, and there are so many types to consider. If you want to create a stylish contrast, go for cobalt or navy blue wedding shoes, or, for added prettiness, opt for sky or pale blue wedding shoes. And for those who want a cool colour pop, choose teal or aquamarine blue wedding heels - you won't regret it!
Blue Wedding Shoes: 28 Blue Wedding Heels & Flats You'll Adore
To help you find the perfect wedding shoes to suit your style, we've rounded up our favourite blue shoes for a wedding. These include a range of shades, styles and heel heights - worry not, flat-shoe-lovers, we have you covered, too. Some are embellished; others are minimalist; but all of them are gorgeous.
- Navy Blue Wedding Shoes
- Bright Blue Wedding Shoes
- Light Blue Wedding Shoes
- Can You Wear Blue Shoes With a Wedding Dress
Navy Blue Wedding Shoes
Navy blue shoes for a wedding can be the perfect way to get that something blue in, whilst still keeping to a really glamorous and decadent colour scheme. Here are some of our favourites including mid heel navy blue wedding shoes and some sky-high designs, too.
1. Navy Diamante Bow Court Heels - £34.99, Quiz
Quiz are our go-to high street brand for just about everything wedding fashion related - including footwear. These diamante bow heels look seriously similar to a pair of designer heels we've had our eyes on for while, with only one difference - they're less than 5% of the price!
The closed toe design on these blue high heels pairs perfectly against the navy satin material for a look of pure sophistication and the flash of diamante around the ankle strap and front will add a gorgeous twinkle.
2. Stiletto Navy Heeled Court Shoes - £25, Marks & Spencer
Marks & Spencer have upped their shoe game recently, with styles from the high street stalwart making an appearance on many fashion influencers' grids. But we're not just talking about catwalk-inspired heels - M&S remains a destination for classics, like this chic court shoe.
We love the idea of navy blue shoes for a wedding and the nature of this pretty design is perfect for those wearing a simple wedding dress. These vegan heels have been rated 4/5 by over 100 shoppers, with one person saying, "I find M&S court shoes so comfortable compared to other brands. This is my fourth pair and I love them!"
Pros & Cons: Perhaps our favourite element of this shoe is the Insolia technology that redistributes your weight away from the balls of your feet, allowing you to wear them comfortably for longer. As far as comfortable wedding shoes go, these ones will be hard to beat.
3. Gem Embellished Navy Wedding Heels - £79, Charles & Keith
Charles & Keith are one of our favourite brands for chic, yet won't-break-the-bank going-out shoes. These backless shoes in midnight blue would be just the thing for a winter wedding. We love the rich colour, opulent metallic finish and the elegant rhinestone buckle.
Once on your foot, these blue high heels have a barely-there appearance which is ideal if you are looking for just a hint of colour on your wedding day.
Pros & Cons: As these are backless, they have a sleek elegance to them. Ensure they don't fall from your feet by fastening the rhinestone buckle securely.
4. Stila Patent Leather Navy Court Heel - £229, LK Bennett
These shoes are also super versatile so can easily be worn on your wedding day and then for future events to come. From the office to the weekend, they'll be your new wardrobe staples.
Pros & Cons: The weather in the UK is pretty unpredictable but these heels can quickly be wiped clean should you get rain on your wedding day.
5. Heavenly Crystal Blue Wedding Heels - £780, Sophia Webster
Aptly named 'heavenly' these Sophia Webster heels are beyond dreamy! If you're planning on purchasing some designer wedding shoes but aren't quite sure on which ones to go for, you can't go wrong with an iconic pair of Sophia Webster heels. This designer combines glamour with alternative cool for a look that is undeniably special and wedding-worthy.
"Show off these heels with a short wedding dress," advices Zoe Burke, Editor of Hitched. "Your accessories can make just as much of a statement as the outfit itself and with these beauties on your feet, you'll make a breath-taking entrance no one will ever forget."
Pros & Cons: The stiletto style of these navy wedding heels might become a little uncomfortable if worn all day - but we have some lovely flat wedding shoes you could change into for the reception.
6. Diamante T-Bar Navy Heeled Sandals - £34.99, Quiz
We're taking things back vintage-style with these diamante shoes from Quiz. They feature a glitzy T-bar, toe and ankle strap and give the illusion of being very high - despite only having a 3.5" heel.
The T-bar will give support and structure to your foot and ensure they sparkle from all angles. There's a real Art Deco feel to it, and while the style is very glam, there's something particularly elegant about this blue wedding shoe.
Pros & Cons: These heels are zipped up at the back, making slipping them on and off quick and easy.
7. Satin Knot Front Court Shoe - £99, Phase Eight
A pair of mid heel navy blue wedding shoes will go well with any outfit - this pair from Phase Eight are crafted from luxe satin and are finished with unique knot detailing on the front. You can buy the matching bag and fascinator to complete your look as well.
"Mid heel navy blue wedding heels will give you no issues when walking down the aisle so they're a fail-safe choice," says Rima Barakeh, Deputy Editor of Hitched. "They add a playful touch to your outfit without steering too far from tradition if you prefer to keep things classic. You really can't go wrong with a simple court, in my opinion."
Pros & Cons: Satin can stain once it gets wet so these are best suited for a summer celebration. If they do get wet, the dark navy should hide the fact!
Bright Blue Wedding Shoes
Pack a punch with your blue wedding heels and go bright and bold. You'll love making a statement with these bright blue wedding shoes, including some cobalt designs and those famous Carrie Bradshaw heels...
8. Manolo Blahnik Hangisi 105 Satin Pumps - £945, Net-A-Porter
A wedding shoe edit wouldn't be the same without a Manolo heel - and there's something deliciously regal about these satin stilettos. From the fabulous colour to the oversized jewel detail, this is a striking style that demands to be noticed. Ideal if you want Carrie Bradshaw's blue wedding shoes.
If there were ever a pair of blue wedding high heels worth splashing out on, these are it...
Pros & Cons: If you're wary to rock a cobalt blue heel to your wedding, pairing these with a long skirt will look amazing when a flash of blue is seen.
9. Embellished Sling Court Shoes - £53, River Island
On the hunt for high street wedding shoes? These cobalt blue wedding heels from River Island look anything but cheap. The slingback strap has an elasticated band allowing it to stretch across the back of your ankle for a comfortable fit and the low heel allows you to wear them all day.
There's vintage appeal to these heels with the colour and fabric, but the baguette style jewels keep the look up to date and contemporary.
Pros & Cons: For any suede wedding shoes, we would recommend applying a fabric protector so that they can be worn during all seasons.
10. Jewel Bright Blue Wedding Shoes - £59.99, Mango
The perfect combination of shoes and jewellery, these Mango heels are truly breathtaking and will only set you back £60. We'd suggest pairing these with a chic wedding suit as the star of the show is that gorgeous gem studded brooch - it'll look fabulous peeking out under trousers.
If you're looking for a designer wedding heel dupe for the Manolos, these blue wedding heels are it.
Pros & Cons: These heels will make a statement when on full-show - if you prefer an understated look, pop them on for the reception as they'll photograph beautifully.
Light Blue Wedding Shoes
Fancy more of a subtle blue wedding shoe on the big day? These light blue wedding shoes are just as gorgeous as their brighter counterparts, proving that pastel really can make an impact.
11. Satin Diamante Heeled Sandals - £34.99, Quiz
If your wedding budget is tight, head to Quiz for a shoe bargain - like these crystal beauties. The pale blue shade is exquisite, and the style is ideal for anyone who is wearing a ballgown wedding dress - these blue wedding heels remind us of Cinderella.
The clever combination of geometric and round rhinestones on these blue wedding heels will catch the light like mini disco balls as you twirl around the dancefloor.
Pros & Cons: A block wedding shoe is one of the most comfortable styles to wear all day. Be mindful when putting these on so as not to snag any material on your wedding outfit.
12. Pale Blue Wedding Heels - £104.10, Etsy
These soft block heels from Etsy have received glowing reviews from shoppers with one person saying, "These shoes are even better in person! They are beautifully constructed and comfortable."
If you are unsure on your size, the shop is more than happy to advise and half sizes are also available. When it comes to blue shoes for a wedding, you just cant beat this pastel shade - it's so pretty! We love how this style has been paired with a white manicure, and you can find more wedding nail inspiration here.
Pros & Cons: The cross-over straps on the top of the foot will provide support. If the ankle strap is too loose, another hole can easily be added with a hammer and a thin nail.
13. Light Blue Heel in Taormina Lace - £750, Dolce & Gabbana
Ever since Kourtney Kardashian's wedding, we've been obsessed with everything Dolce & Gabbana. These aquamarine lace pumps make for fabulously pretty pale blue wedding shoes, with the Swarovski crystal embellishment. The same style and colour is also available at a lower heel height.
These blue high heels will pair perfectly with a lace wedding dress for a totally timeless and classic look.
Pros & Cons: The lace material gives nod to a traditional wedding look, while the colourway keeps it fun and fresh.
14. Henrietta Light Blue Wedding Heels - £295, Charlotte Mills
Charlotte Mills designs are vibrant and cool - and each one comes with a sixpence embedded, for luck. We love the playful feel of the Henrietta design, which has an on-trend block heel. They're ideal if you want comfortable wedding shoes.
"For brides that want a statement, our blue take on bestselling style Henrietta is the perfect option. With beautiful blue leather and ivory pearls, this style is complete with a comfortable block heel and secure ankle straps. It is designed to keep you dancing all night long," says Charlotte.
Pros & Cons: The embellishments on these heels would look fabulous with a pearl wedding dress. They're unusual yet still totally wedding-ready.
15. Stephaniee Blue Wedding Trainers - £65, Aldo
Who says you have to wear heels on your big day? Wedding trainers will keep your comfortable all day and when they look as gorgeous as this pair from Aldo you won't want to take them off. Far from just your average pair of trainers, these flats feature a cut-out rose design which elevates the style to pretty heights.
Speaking of height, they may be flats, but the chunky sole will flatter your legs by providing some lift.
Pros & Cons: They are available in white and soft pink if blue isn't quite your shade.
16. Celina Blue Wedding Heels - £395, Freya Rose
Shimmering satin meets sparkling crystal in Freya Rose's bewitching Celina heels. Handcrafted by artisan creators, they are timeless and an incredibly special pair of shoes to slip into on your big day. The intricate front is made from Swarovski crystals which combines elegantly with the luxurious pale blue satin surrounding.
"I had searched high and low for an elegant, classic heel that wouldn’t look too trendy or outdated on my wedding day. These shoes are gorgeous. Everyone who has seen them from my family to my seamstress has complimented them," explains one happy shopper.
Pros & Cons: They're made to order, taking approximately eight weeks, so make sure you leave plenty of time for them to arrive. They have a memory foam lining for comfort.
17. Bluebell Light Blue Bridal Shoes - £775, Emmy London
Inspired by Cinderella, Emmy London's Bluebell T-bar shoe really does look like something out of a fairy tale. The hand-beaded Swarovski crystal embroidery is beautifully done and what we particularly love about Emmy London, is that they lacquer their shoe embellishments to minimise the chance of them catching on your dress.
These blue high heels would also make the ideal gift for a bride as they arrive so exquisitely packaged.
"A beautiful pair of shoes that can be re-worn and hold so many special memories. They are dainty, so beautifully crafted and just stunning. The mirrors catch the light and glisten with magic. I could not be happier with them. They came tissue wrapped and boxed which made it feel so special to open," says one reviewer.
Pros & Cons: Available in ivory and rose pink, plus as a standard or wide fit.
18. Light Blue Love 85 Pumps - £895, Jimmy Choo
Those in love with all things fun and unique should look no further than these pale blue rhinestone heels from Jimmy Choo that'll pair best with wide-leg trousers or flowy midi-length wedding dresses. They'll look amazing as part of your hen do outfit, too!
"A pair of Jimmy Choo heels will be an investment, but when they are as stunning as the Love 85 Pumps, they are totally worth it," says Zoe. "Your wedding day will be one of the most special days of your life and you want accessories that are going to make you feel confident!"
Pros & Cons: The mesh material keeps these shoes breathable but make sure your pedi is on point as you may catch a glimpse of it through the translucent fabric.
19. Heart Heel Slingback Pumps - £79, Charles & Keith
You don't have to sacrifice style for comfort, as these Charles and Keith's pumps prove. The slingback style feels sophisticated, and the love heart heel feels very wedding-appropriate, as well as looking like it has come straight off the catwalk of a designer show.
The playfulness of this shoe is understated and subtle, which is one of the features that we love about it the most.
Pros & Cons: Add this style to your basket quickly - we're predicting these heels are going to very popular.
20. Butterfly Slipper - £400, Sophia Webster
We love the fun butterfly embroidery on these pastel Sophia Webster slippers, which prove ballerina wedding shoes can be just as statement-making as high heels. You'll elegantly float down the aisle in these beauties and when it comes to your wedding reception, they'll be no sore feet to soothe.
Pros & Cons: The glimmers of metallic gold on the heel give this shoe a grown-up feel alongside the pretty overall look.
21. Embellished Blue Block Wedding Heels - £119, Phase Eight
We love the look of bows on blue wedding shoes and these Phase Eight heels are beautiful. You can wear them time and time again at post-wedding events, making them a well-worth purchase. The soft blue is also white in colour so they're a great option if you are looking for a subtle pop of colour instead of a statement-making shade.
Pros & Cons: This style is responsibly sourced - you are supporting responsible leather manufacturing through the Leather Working Group.
22. Malaga Slingback Blue Heeled Shoe - £80, Aldo
Aldo's shoe collection manages that clever balance of being both current, and timeless. These heels are a case in point, marrying a pretty yet sophisticated colour with a fashion-forward design. The perspex heel is a trend that's not going anywhere and powder blue is one of this season's hottest hues.
Pros & Cons: An architectural heel is an easy way to give your shoes a modern feel without making them feel too far from a traditional wedding look.
23. Amina Muaddi Crystal Slingback Pumps - £930, Net-A-Porter
This shade of blue feels fresh and joyful, and the fabric would be perfect against casual wedding dresses as part of a laid-back look that still feels special. We adore how these court shoes have a futuristic look. The blue high heels been crafted in Italy and are inspired by the glimmering image of Art Deco mirrors - obsessed!
Pros & Cons: You'll earn major style points by rocking these babies - cool designer Amina Muaddi is all over our Instagram feeds.
24. Cass 95 Suede and Leather Blue High Heels - £575, Jimmy Choo
Combining different textures is one way to give a classic court shoe extra edge. These Jimmy Choo shoes have a pointed toe and sharp stiletto heel that contrasts against the soft powder blue colour in an effortlessly cool way.
You're bound to get a lot of wears out of this pair as they are so versatile and can be worn with tons of different outfits.
Pros & Cons: The stiletto heel will flatter your legs - we recommend wearing these around the house prior to the wedding to break them in.
25. Loeffler Randall Camellia Blue Sandals - £380, Net-A-Porter
Rima agrees, saying, "The Camellia heels are popular for a reason - not only are they super comfortable so you can keep them on your feet all day, they're the ideal mix of quirky and classic. The brand's signature pleats are iconic, making these a really special pair of blue wedding heels that are totally worth the price tag."
Pros & Cons: If these blue wedding shoes are slightly out of your budget, check out these ASOS dupe wedding shoes - they're only £40 and you'd never know they were from the high street.
26. Fefe Bloom Blue High Heels - £595, Freya Rose
For a dreamy pair of wedding shoes, blue with a hint of pearl is what these Freya Rose's Fefe Bloom pair are offering. The satin gives a subtle wash of pale blue that will look glorious if you are wearing a white wedding outfit and the marble heel is sensational - it is made from real Mother of Pearl!
Pair with a long sleeved wedding dress for the ultimate in cool styling.
Pros & Cons: No two pair of Freya Rose heels will ever be the same so you'll receive a bespoke pair.
27. Satin Diamante Trim Courts - £32.99, Quiz
These sandals from Quiz will look gorgeous at an evening reception - just make sure you break them in before the big day so the straps don't rub. The beautiful embellishments are ideal if you just want a hint of something sparkly and we do love a sling back blue wedding heel - so chic.
Pros & Cons: The mid heel is an ideal height for those who want elevation but they don't want to sacrifice comfort.
28. Marguax Blue Patterned Heeled Shoes - £680, Sophia Webster
If you take pride in your shoe collection, there might be one style you're missing - these fabulously floral Sophia Webster heels. Don them at your wedding and all eyes will be on you - they're ideal of making a plain outfit anything but boring.
They are chic, effortlessly cool and so unique - the ideal twist on a classic shoe.
Pros & Cons: These shoes are best paired with a simple wedding dress - anything with too many embellishments or a print could clash.
Can I Wear Blue Wedding Shoes With my Wedding Dress?
Yes! Blue wedding shoes pair beautifully with a white gown and are becoming a popular choice with those who want to show off their style. You don't have to go for a bright blue (although that can look fabulous), a pale blue wedding shoe peeping out from under your wedding dress is a subtle and pretty look.
Wondering how to style wedding shoes with blue? Wedding shoe designer Charlotte Mills taps into the blue wedding shoe trend with her collection of gorgeous coloured wedding shoes saying:
"At Charlotte Mills, there are no rules as to which shoes you can wear with which dress. We think it's really important to choose shoes you love, so that you're more likely to re-wear them after the big day. Whether you're choosing blue shoes to match the colour theme of your wedding, or you want them as your 'something blue', they'll look fabulous as a pop of colour under your dress.
"Blue shoes look absolutely amazing with a cool-toned ivory wedding dress, rather than with a more warm toned blush or champagne gown. Alternatively if you're choosing a statement blue shoe, why not show them off with a short wedding dress or a bridal dress with a split in? That way your shoes will always be on show!
"If you're making a statement with your shoes, then we'd pair with a more simple, classic gown and we'd avoid champagne or nude tones."
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