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Your shoes are a key part of your wedding outfit, and deciding which ones to wear might involve more questions than you first realized. Do you choose neutrals or colors? Heels over flats? Closed toe or open toe? No matter what, trust us when we say that you'll never regret choosing comfortable wedding shoes that you can stand (or dance!) in for hours on end, whether that means wearing sneakers or rocking kitten heels instead of 6-inch stilettos. Whatever your style, you have plenty of choices when it comes to comfortable bridal shoes, and we've searched the internet for some of the best options. From flats and sandals to wedges, block heels, and even bridal boots (a trend we can't wait to see more of), you can shop all the stylish looks right here.  

Get ready to strut your stuff in these comfortable wedding shoes, flats, and low heels. 

Comfortable wedding flats

These aren't your ordinary wedding flats—the tassels, sequins, and slip-on style scream "fashion-forward bride." Pair these sparkly mules with a minimalist wedding dress for an edgy look. 

Llani Moira flats, $215, BHLDN

If classic shoes are more your style, we like these neutral leather flats that are easy to re-wear even after your wedding. The bow detail at the heel makes them a bit more special than an everyday shoe.

Bernardo Eloise flat in sand calf leather, $165, Zappos

Designed by a former orthopedic surgeon, these chic flats in a bridal white hue prove that comfortable wedding shoes can also be super cute. We like the patent leather cap toe, which gives the style a Chanel-inspired vibe.

Taryn Rose Phoebe flat in white Nappa/patent, $165, Zappos

These gold glitter loafers were made to be party shoes And with seven layers of cushioning, memory foam insoles, arch support, and a breathable lining, your feet will be happy all night long. 

Birdies starling glitter flat in gold dust glitter, $120, Nordstrom

Bridal sneakers are a cute, comfortable option if you don't want to wear heels or ballet flats on the big day. This crochet lace style would be perfect for an outdoor wedding.  

David’s Bridal Carrson lace crochet sneakers, $30, David’s Bridal

These satin pointed-toe flats are seriously elegant. 

Jewel Badgley Mischka Bambi flat in champagne, $89, Zappos

Getting married at the beach? White slip-on sandals are an easy, practical option for walking in the sand or going barefoot at a moment's notice.

Dolce Vita Isala sandal in white croco, $63, Zappos

Comfortable wedding wedges

Imagine your UGG boots combined with a cute espadrille sandal and you get these insanely comfortable bridal shoes. These feminine wedges are a lovely choice for a garden venue or a summertime wedding. 

UGG Trina ribbon tie wedge sandal in nude leather, $110, Nordstrom

If you're going for a glamorous look, try these streamlined white wedges with silver and pearl beading.

DeBlossom Collection Etta crystal embellished wedge, $60, David’s Bridal

Brown two-tone wedges are classic and sensible—plus, you can wear them again and again in the future. 

Nine West Daday dress wedge in latte, $85, Zappos

Channel vintage style by wearing lace mesh wedges with ankle straps that tie into bows.  

Bella Belle Pamela wedges, $285, BHLDN

These modern wedges have a 3-inch heel and come in beige and black patent leather. 

Cole Haan Lacey ankle strap wedge in nude patent, $100, Zappos

Strappy shoes à la the '90s and early 2000s are making a comeback, and these satin sandals are a chic example. The wedges are part of the David's Bridal dyeable shoe collection, but you can also order them in plain white, which we love.   

Touch Ups Jenna dyeable wedge sandal, $70, David’s Bridal

Comfortable wedding heels

Yes, it's actually possible to find comfortable wedding heels! Look for thick block heel in a medium height (around 3 inches) and straps that will keep the shoes securely in place so you don't have to worry about re-adjusting.  

Lulus Arya suede high heel sandals in nude, $34, Lulus

Slender heels aren't typically considered to be the most comfortable wedding shoes, but if you choose a style with arch support and a foam footbed, you'll be pleasantly surprised. 

Rockport Valerie pump, $130, Nordstrom

Here's another sleek but comfortable pair—these gold high-heel sandals have hidden padding at the toes where most of your weight will be supported. 

Naturalizer Kinsley heels in platino metallic leather, $70, Zappos

With a heel height just over 4 inches, these sandals are on the taller side, but their sturdy design keeps them in the running for comfortable bridal shoes. 

David’s Bridal Elsa embellished satin block heel, $60, David’s Bridal

There's something undeniably sophisticated about these pointed-toe pumps. We like the unique two-tone color palette, but these shoes also get our vote because of their cushioned soles and manageable 3-inch heel. 

Naturalizer Aurelia ankle strap pump in white leather, from $110, Nordstrom

Why not make your wedding shoes your something blue? With a 2.5-inch block heel and pillow footbed, these blue suede shoes are guaranteed to be comfortable.    

Walking Cradles Samantha pump in blue mist, $115, Zappos

Go for a timeless look by wearing slingback kitten heels, our go-to when it comes to comfortable bridal shoes. The satin bows exude elegance. 

Seychelles Neve heels, $139, BHLDN

With a heel just under 3 inches, these nude pumps give you height and style without killing your feet. 

Marc Fisher LTD Zala pump in lite latte, $160, Zappos

The square toe on these white heeled sandals gives them a trendy '90s-inspired look. 

Sam Edelman Daniella heel in bright white, $100, Zappos

Comfortable wedding boots

If you're relatively tolerant of heels, these 3.5-inch studded booties will give your wedding day outfit a rock 'n' roll edge. 

Charles by Charles David mini stud high heel ankle booties, $99, David’s Bridal

Say hello to the coolest pair of bridal boots we've ever seen. An eye-catching honeycomb mesh pattern gives these comfortable wedding shoes a high-fashion spin.

Linea Paolo vida bootie, $160, Nordstrom

Run, don't walk, to snag these adorable white hiking boots if you're having a winter wedding at an outdoorsy venue (like a ski lodge or barn).

Bamboo faux shearling lace-up winter boots, $50, David’s Bridal

Treat yourself to a pair of comfortable white cowboy boots if you're having a rustic-style wedding

Sam Edelman Oakland boot in modern ivory, $180, Zappos

These off-white booties are versatile enough to pair with a tulle ball gown, a figure-hugging sheath, or even a short wedding dress!

Lulus Dawson pointed-toe mid-calf boots in bone, $53, Lulus

They might be a splurge, but these lace-up boots would fit right in at an unexpected wedding venue, like the middle of a desert or a mountaintop elopement.  

VINCE Cabria lace-up boot in off-white, $395, Nordstrom

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