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Ivory Wedding Shoes: 22 Styles to Suit All Styles

Browse our favourite ivory wedding shoes - from comfy flats to elegant strappy sandals, there is something to suit every style

Ivory slingback wedding shoes with a bow at the back and pearl, mesh embellishments

Keep things traditional for your big day with a pair of gorgeous ivory wedding shoes. With so many choices out there it can be tricky to choose the perfect pair, so we’ve rounded up 22 of the best ivory bridal shoes out there. 

Whatever your style, whether you want bejewelled block wedding shoes, trendy mules or barely-there heeled sandals, you're bound to find the right pair for your wedding day look. We've also included some stylish ivory flat wedding shoes that you can change into before you hit the dance floor, because why should you have to compromise on comfort?  

An ivory wedding shoe make sense because they go with any coloured wedding dress so you're guaranteed to be on the right path if you choose to go for wedding shoes that are ivory. Even if you're on a tight budget, we've rounded up the best affordable ivory wedding shoes as well as the more expensive designer options so you're guaranteed to find exactly what you need. 

22 of the Best Ivory Shoes for a Bride 

Budget-Friendly Ivory Wedding Shoes

If you are wedding shoe shopping on a budget then you have nothing to worry about – you will still find plenty of options when looking for pretty ivory wedding shoes. Here we have rounded up some of our favourites from the likes of ASOS and Quiz

1. Barely There Heeled Sandals – £22, ASOS

Barely there strappy sandals

If you're looking for a simple pair of ivory heels that won't break the bank, these ASOS shoes are as classic as they come. They're ideal if you are wearing an outfit that has lots of embellishments and you don't want your footwear to be overly fussy. 

Despite their stiletto heel, one reviewer confirmed that, "They are very beautiful and I would recommend them to anyone as they are very comfortable."

Sizing: 2-13

Pros & Cons: These ivory heels for a wedding will suit any outfit so you could even buy them before you've found 'the one'. You can brighten the look up by opting for sparkling wedding nails

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2. Bridal Diamante Trim Low Court Heels – £32.99, Quiz 

Rhinestone crystal trimmed low heel sandals

Add some glitz and glam to your wedding day shoes with these heels from Quiz. They are embellished with gemstones around the back, front and on the ankle strap so you'll be sparkling from all angles. 

Sizing: 3-8

Pros & Cons: As these are part of the Quiz bridal collection, they'll arrive in a beautiful dust bag which feels very luxe and will keep them protected before the big day. 

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3. Pixie Embellished Bow Ballet Flats – £35, Dorothy Perkins

Flat ballet ivory wedding shoes with rhinestone bows on the front

These Dorothy Perkins flats have a designer feel to them for a fraction of the price. The bows are crafted from a rhinestone mesh giving some edge to the dainty ivory shoes and the strap fastening is unique and contemporary. 

Sizing: 3-8

Pros & Cons: Bows are a really trendy choice (see wedding dresses with bows here!) so we're predicting lots of compliments. 

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Flat and Low Heel Ivory Wedding Shoes

If you want comfort as well as style then you will find so many pretty flat wedding shoes and low heeled shoes to choose from. You won't have to worry about your feet hurting or staying steady while walking down the aisle in these beauties! 

4. Willow Embellished Crystal Flat Shoes – £303, Bella Belle

Flat ivory wedding pumps with crystal and bead embellishments around the toe

These embellished flats have some extra sparkle with rhinestone detailing and beading on the toes. If you are looking for ivory flat wedding shoes that still feel suitably special then these could be perfect for you.

According to reviews these shoes are fairy tale worthy, with one person saying, "I truly felt like a princess in these shoes and they provided comfort all day and all night on my wedding day," and another, "These are the perfect wedding flats, they truly feel like Cinderella shoes." 

Sizing: 3.5-8.5

Pros & Cons: They have a blue sole for your 'something blue', and are lined with extra thick and soft padding for 12-hour comfort. The mesh allows your feet to breath but if you are wearing them in winter and feel you might get a little cold, flesh coloured pop socks would work well. 

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5. Pointed Flats With Pearl Bow – £28, ASOS

Flat satin pointed shoes with pearl bow detail at the front

Ballerina shoes for weddings are back in a big way and we're obsessed. This design from ASOS features a pretty rhinestone and pearl bow, and a barely-there ankle strap that'll stop the style from slipping as you walk. 

Sizing: 2-9

Pros & Cons: As these ivory wedding shoes are close to the ground, they may start to feel uncomfortable come evening so we advice putting a padded layer along the sole if you're planning to wear them all day - you can find them at your local pharmacy. 

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6. Sloane Bow Mule Sandal – £278, Reformation 

Ivory low heel bow mule sandals

We know that Reformation is one of the coolest brands to shop high street wedding dresses from, but did you know they have an excellent selection of ivory bridal shoes too? The Sloane bow mules are ivory wedding shoes with a low heel that can be worn at any setting - and you can re-wear them to work or at the weekend post-wedding. 

Sizing: 3-9

Pros & Cons: This heel can easily be slipped on and off - ideal when you're up against time while getting ready on the morning of. The heel is only 50mm so it gives you a little bit of height, without sacrificing comfort. 

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High Heel Ivory Wedding Shoes

If you want to add a bit of height to your wedding look then start browsing some of our favourite mid and high heel ivory wedding shoes. We've covered a range of budgets, from bargain buys that are less than £50, to mid-price options and designer picks. 

7. Glitter Slingback High Heel Shoes – £44, ASOS

Glitter high heels with a bow detail at the back

Glitter and bows?! These ASOS heels are heavenly and will (literally) elevate any wedding outfit. The slingback style is a playful take on a traditional court shoe and as the bow is secured at the back, it will look amazing as you walk down the aisle. 

Sizing: 2-9

Pros & Cons: Glitter is a great alternative to embellishments or beading as it won't catch on your clothing. These shoes look lovely during the day, but they really come to life at night under fairy lights. 

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8. Dami Satin Embellished Court Shoes – £45, Dorothy Perkins

Satin ivory court shoes with an embellished ankle strap

The Dami court shoes from Quiz are super glam but still have a classic look to them. The rhinestone studded ankle strap is the star of the show, so we recommend pairing them with a tea length wedding dress.

Sizing: 3-8

Pros & Cons: Be mindful with these ivory heels around possible spilt drinks - they are made from satin and could stain. To avoid this, spray shoe protector on them before the wedding day. 

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9. Gilda Platform Sandals – £335, Reformation 

Strappy ivory high heeled wedding shoes

If you're looking for serious height, the Gilda platform sandals from Reformation are a brilliant option. They have a stylish square toe, barely-there straps, and a thicker heel for added security. Inspired by the 90s, cool brides, these are the ivory bridal shoes for you. 

Sizing: 3-9

Pros & Cons: You might want to avoid wearing these on grass or uneven ground but if you are getting married at an outdoor wedding venue, you can buy heel grass stoppers to stop yourself from sinking. 

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10. Gabrielle Slingback Bridal Shoes – £303, Bella Belle

Ivory slingback wedding shoes with satin bow tie at the back, embellished with pearls

The Gabrielle bridal shoes from Bella Belle are the kind of ivory heels for a wedding that you will want to show off - pair with a short wedding dress for maximum impact. 

"These shoes were absolutely stunning for my wedding, and one of my favourite parts of my wedding outfit," says one shopper. "They were beautiful, elegant, classy and equally just as comfortable. I’m ready to find another reason to wear these!"

Sizing: 2.5-7.5

Pros & Cons: There's a lot to love about this style - pearls and satin bows are a seriously pretty finishing touch. 

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11. Marabou Slingback Bridal Heels – £120, Monsoon

Slingback heels with feather detailing on the front

If you've fallen in love with feather wedding dresses, we have an inkling that you'll adore this design from Monsoon. They have a vintage feel to them and they're so fun! The elasticated slingback strap ensures comfort for all ankles. 

Sizing: 37-42

Pros & Cons: These ivory wedding shoes from the UK might not be best suited to wear in wet weather as the feathers will get damp, but you could always swap into them for your reception. 

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12. Marriage Satin Beaded Ankle Strap Wedding Shoes – £195, Dune

Ivory high heels with a beaded ankle strap

Aptly named 'Marriage', these satin wedding shoes from Dune are just shy of £200 which is a brilliant price for such a luxury pick. We can picture them looking sensational if you are wearing a sexy wedding dress with a leg split. 

"I ordered these shoes for my wedding next year, they are absolutely beautiful and even better in person," says one reviewer. 

Sizing: 3-8

Pros & Cons: These stiletto heels are very sultry and will look beautiful on all feet. Some reviews state that it takes a while for them to get worn in so it is advised you wear them around the house a couple of times before the big day. 

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Ivory Block Heel Wedding Shoes

Want to dance all night long on your wedding day and still look amazing? Block wedding shoes are definitely the choice for you and these ivory options are so chic. From pearl picks to embellishments and bows, they're far from boring. 

13. Barely There Block Heeled Sandals – £25, ASOS

Ivory satin block heel wedding shoes

According to reviews, these ASOS heels are some of the most comfortable wedding shoes you'll find. "I'm in love with the shoes! Super comfortable and made of an excellent material to avoid foot sweating," says one person.  Another states that, "I got these for my wedding and there was no pain for the whole day." 

Sizing: 2-13

Pros & Cons: If you want some extra wiggle room, the wide fit is great for that while still keeping true to size. They're a perfect mid-heel height if you're looking for a happy medium. 

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14. Bow Block Heeled Sandals – £100, Monsoon

Bow block heeled sandals

Dreaming of the Loeffler Randall sandals? Us too! If they're out of your budget, these bow blocked heels from Monsoon are an excellent dupe! At £100 they're less than a third of the price and they feature the iconic cylindrical heel, plus the large bow for a signature statement. 

Discover more bargain Loeffler Randall dupes here. 

Sizing: 37-42

Pros & Cons: These ivory wedding sandals are popular pick so add them to your basket pronto to avoid your size selling out. 

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15. Martina Midi Pearl Heels – £495, Freya Rose 

Ivory wedding shoes with a pearl block heel

The Martina midi heels by Freya Rose are handmade by artisan jewellers, crafted from real Mother of Pearl. Luxurious and shimmery suede complements perfectly against the jewelled block heel, and as they are set in a hard wearing resin, they're durable. 

Sizing: 2-9

Pros & Cons: No two pairs of Freya Rose shoes will ever be the same - you'll have completely unique shoes for your special day. 

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16. Cinderella Block Bridal Shoes – £835, Emmy London

Embellished block heel sandals

You're bound to feel like the belle of the ball in these Emmy London beauties. They're a true 'Cinderella' shoe, and the block heel is ideal for on-grass occasions. Embellished with hundreds of beads, mirrored glass and crystals, they are a seriously special pair of ivory block wedding shoes. 

Sizing: 3-7

Pros & Cons: As well as ivory, this design is also available in soft blue and pink. The trim is lacquered to prevent it catching on your clothing. 

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17. Pearl Bridal Block Heeled Sandals – £130, Monsoon

Pearl embellished block wedding sandals

Pearl wedding shoes add a timeless and sophisticated touch to your wedding day outfit. With a block heel and secure ankle straps, they'll heels will keep you comfortable all day and night. The upper is embellished with clusters of pearls, and the playful peep toe is perfect for showing off a bridal pedicure. 

Sizing: 37-42

Pros & Cons: These shoes will make a statement so you might wish to opt for a simple wedding dress. A vintage wedding dress will also look lovely! 

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Designer Ivory Wedding Shoes

If you are looking to invest in a pair of designer wedding shoes then browse through a few of our favourites. We've even included some shoes that are celebrity approved! 

18. Moire Satin Bow Court Shoes – £135, Ted Baker

Ivory court shoes with a bow on the front

If you are going for a timeless, elegant aesthetic, then these ivory heels from Ted Baker would be perfect. The bow detail is a charming finishing touch to the simple ivory wedding shoe and the court design is a classic that will never go out of style. 

Sizing: 3-8

Pros & Cons: These are made from matte grained satin which gives a chic look. They have a moire texture making them that little bit different from your ordinary pair of wedding shoes. 

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19. Zelda Leather Pearl Trim Wedding Shoes – £329, LK Bennett 

Ivory court shoes with pearl detailing

LK Bennett's bridal shoe collection is so sophisticated and the Zelda wedding shoes are one of our favourites. The oversized pearls will elegantly fall down the front of your feet thanks to the illusion strap and the pointed toe is very chic. 

Sizing: 2-9

Pros & Cons: These are crafted from ivory nappa leather so they'll feel as luxury as they look. The flared heel is unusual giving them a twist on tradition. 

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20. Saeda 85 Patent Leather Pumps – £850, Jimmy Choo

Embellished Jimmy Choo patent leather heels

Want to steal Sophie Habboo's wedding style? The Saeda 85 Jimmy Choo heels are the exact ivory bridal shoes she wore to her registry office wedding. They're the perfect hybrid between jewellery and shoes, with a mesmerising crystal ankle strap and chain that suspends a single gem. 

Sizing: 1-10

Pros & Cons: This is an investment shoe that you will never forget wearing. If you're after an incredibly special pair to wear to your wedding day, this is it. 

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21. Sparkle and Shine Sandals – £295, Kate Spade

  Ivory Kate Spade wedding shoes with a pearl and crystal sphere balls heel

The sparkle and shine sandals by Kate Spade are fabulous. Made from satin and white a crystal and pearl rounded heel, they're just the kind of quirky and cool that you expect from a Kate Spade heel.

We tried them on for size and found them to be incredibly comfortable and the 3" heel gave us just the right amount of height, while still being easy to walk in. The cross-over strap looked so beautiful across our foot and they felt incredibly special. 

Sizing: 3.5-7.5

Pros & Cons: Kate Spade heels are so unique - you won't find a design like this anywhere else. Wrap these up carefully while travelling so as not to damage the delicate heel. 

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22. Stuart Weitzman Loveknot Sandals – £450, Net-A-Porter 

Ivory wedding shoes with a statement bow on the front

Ideal for the modern bride, we've fallen in love with these heels by Stuart Weitzman. They're simple, yet still make an impact thanks to that beautiful bow -  even if you're wearing a long wedding dress, the bow peeking out the bottom will look gorgeous. 

Sizing: US5-12

Pros & Cons: We adore how these heels are named 'Loveknot' - they're a wedding-ready update of Stuart Weitzman's popular NudistCurve sandals. 

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Can You Wear Ivory Wedding Shoes With a White Wedding Dress?

Freya Rose, founder of bridal shoe brand Freya Rose explains that it is important to understand that there are many tones of both white and ivory when it comes to bridal gowns and accessories.

"Paler shades of ivory will beautifully compliment whiter gowns, however, if you were to pair ivory wedding shoes with a diamond white gown, your shoes could come off looking yellow or cream," Freya says. 

There’s a common misconception that bridal dresses are ‘white’ when in fact they’re a tone of ivory and most often the varying shades will tone beautifully - ivory wedding shoes we’d recommend would be the Martina Midi Ivory," (which we've included above). 

Can You Wear White Wedding Shoes With an Ivory Wedding Dress? 

If it's the wedding dress that is ivory, avoid wearing shoes that are whiter than the dress, or you may risk your ivory gown appearing dirty. 

What Colour Shoes to Wear With an Ivory Wedding Dress?

A nude wedding shoe will work well if you want a colour that's a little bit different from ivory, but doesn't stand out too much. You could also match your wedding dress with an ivory wedding shoe from the edit above. 

"Ivory shoes have become very trendy within bridal style. Brides are keeping in mind the ‘re-wearability' of their wedding heels and are seeking out styles they can wear long after their big day. When choosing your bridal shoes think about the lifespan of your wedding shoes - how can you envision yourself re-wearing your bridal shoes? You can even dye your ivory shoes after wear, giving your beloved beauties a new lease of life," suggests Freya. 

If you are looking to invest in some footwear you can wear again and again then browse our collection of designer wedding shoes