Wedding Worthy Ballet Flats — 10 Pairs You’ll Love!

Finding the perfect pair of wedding shoes is not an easy task. And finding a cute pair of flats to work with an elegant wedding dress is kind of like finding a wedding dress with sleeves (most dresses are strapless and most wedding shoes are heeled!).

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Belle by Sigerson Morrison Flats

A unique metallic shoe with allover cutouts will make a statement and look great in photos.

Bloomingdales.com, $225

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Ivanka Trump Pointed Toe Flats

Match some pretty peonies for a pop of color into your wedding day look, and a great addition to your shoe collection.

Bloomingdales.com, $120

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Benjamin Adams Halle Flats

Walk down the aisle in a pair of crystal-covered peep toe flats that will dazzle and turn heads without the balancing act of heels.

MyGlassSlipper.com, $300

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Corso Como Ballet Flats

You're big ball gown is the center of attention anyways, so why not choose a pair of sweet ballet flats.

Bloomingdales.com, $60

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Manolo Blahnik Jeweled Satin Flats

Embrace your inner Carrie Bradshaw with the flat version of the infamous Sex & the CIty Manolo pumps.

SaksFithAvenue.com, $945

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Glitter TOMS

If you're a One for One fan, or you just like to be comfortable, the bridal collection by TOMS are definitely a popular option (your budget will approve too).

TOMS.com, $54

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Vera Wang Lavender Label Flats

Keep it simple with a muted metallic ballet slipper. Have your wedding party sign the soles with a blue marker for a something blue that will subtly spice things up.

Zappos.com, $105

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Kate Spade New York Flats

These metallic cap, shimmery flats will look so cute peeking out from your gown! Bonus: You can totally wear these again and again.

KateSpade.com, $225

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Christian Louboutin Leather Crystal-Coated Flats

Sleek and chic: These red-soled slippers are the ones for you if 5" pumps just aren't you're style. Elegant and drool-worthy without upsetting your feet.

SaksFithAvenue.com, $1,595

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Steve Madden Studlyys

For the Fashionista bride, these studded loafers will really make people talk (I think they would have been the Man Repeller's second choice).

SteveMadden.com, $100

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  • Amanda Black
    08/22/12 at 03:24

    Sam — don’t you have the beige bloomie flats? Love!

  • Samantha Roberts
    08/22/12 at 03:46

    I do have those Corso Como flats in black — but I would think they would be for work or casual dress not for a wedding? Am I the only person who thinks that you should wear heels or go barefoot for dancing on your big day? Maybe I am just not a fan, but I say no flats allowed!

  • April
    08/26/12 at 07:07

    I have seen flats just like the ones in this slideshow @ places like Rugged Wearhouse, Rose’s, Shoe Show, & even Maurices… but $200+ less expensive in many cases. Why pay $225 for a pair of shoes when the local discount store has some that look nearly identical & only cost $15?

  • Chelsea
    08/29/12 at 02:14

    I have those Benjamin Adams shoes! The pictures don’t do them justice! Bought my pair here: http://perfectdetails.com/Halle.htm.

  • bestweddingideas
    08/31/12 at 08:56

    On most of the weddings I’ve been to, the bride was wearing high heels. So, are you sure flats are so common?

  • Sarah-Belle
    01/12/13 at 11:38

    Do people really pay over a hundred dollars for flats?

  • SierraO
    01/26/13 at 12:05

    Um, I don’t think even four out of those ten pairs of flats were actually wedding worthy…

  • Ella
    02/19/13 at 06:20

    When I read comments from women who say flats are not ok, I realize they probably don’t know anyone with or themselves have any disabilities where wearing heels may not be an option. My sister wore cheap ballet flats because she had such a tiny budget for her wedding and was saving every penny, and because she has a bad knee and can’t wear heels.

    When I read a comment from women who talk about what is ‘wedding worthy,’ I think they have a very specific, limited idea of what a wedding can or should be. Now, to be clear, it’s awesome if someone has the option to do a casual wedding or a more formal, expensive affair- but not everyone can afford most of these shoes. I LOVE the flat manolos, but the price is more than I am paying for my dress. I am getting heeled shoes made by Fox, a company which does many shoes for movies or theatre. They’re going to be about $350 including custom-dye price and shipping, and they are a modern take on a Rococco ‘Marie Antoinette’ style with bows and ‘louis’ shaped heels. THAT (for me) makes them a HUGE splurge….and ideally suited to my style and the look of my dress.

    Back to my sister, I think she spent about $40 on her flats. Part of the choice for some brides is also what they prioritize and how they want to express themselves. I personally would not wear the Tom-Tom shoes, and feel they do get right up to that border between weddings and *too* casual ….but again, for some they might be perfect!

  • 02/27/13 at 01:06

    Exactly, finding the perfect pair of shoes is really…really difficult. Even, I have always preferred flats and little inch over pencil heels. I remember my wedding days when i never wanted to compromise not in the case of style as well as comfort as well as uniqness of my looks, wedding gown, and wedding shoes. Therefore I always prefer boutiques for the excellent work. I mean they are the best! Every bride would definitely wants something best and unique and comfortable and worth for themselves.

  • rcdark
    02/28/13 at 11:19

    @Ella, good point! Not to mention those women with shorter fiancées

  • 03/08/13 at 08:29

    looking Nice!! at wedding shoes,lots of wedding shoes online styles and colors are available.

  • Katie
    03/29/13 at 04:34

    Ditto. I think color matters most really. You wouldn’t want to wear a pair of burnt orange shoes with a lavender dress now would you? lol!

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