9 Wedding Heels in Neutral Shades Worn by Real Brides

These classic styles were all worn by real brides.

9 Wedding Heels in Neutral Shades Worn by Real Brides

Photo: Carasco Photography

Not every bride feels the need to wear matching white or ivory shoes for her wedding. In fact, we increasingly see brides don colorful heels for the big day. A pair of sapphire pumps is particularly popular for a “something blue” item. However, something so vibrant doesn’t fit with every wedding, especially as pastels fill Pinterest boards. For brides who want something different than classic white, but don’t want to be so offbeat with their choice, neutral hues offer an excellent solution. 

Whether beige, tan, nude, or even a sparkling champagne, these shades are elegant and sophisticated while not coming off as traditional to the point of being stuffy. A simple pump is always sleek and polished, but crystal embellishments add an element of glamour. You could also pick a pair of heels with charming bows that exude feminine romance, if not a strappy or studded style for a modern bride.

We’ve gathered nine of our favorite looks worn by brides in real weddings, below. Click on your favorites to see the rest of these celebrations, or get further inspiration from our shoes and bags gallery.

neutral beige nude bridal shoes wedding heels

Photo by Dmitri and Sandra; Consulting by Unveiled Hawaii

champagne bridal heels with gold pointed toe stuart weitzman

Photo by Arden Photography

neutral beige nude christian louboutin bridal pumps heels wedding shoes

Photo by Eric Kelley; Consulting by SQN Events;
 Floral Design by HMR Designs

brown patent leather pumps with bows at the toe, neutral bridal shoes

Photo by 
Studio EMP

nude christian louboutin pointed-toe pumps, neutral bridal shoes

Photo by Jose Villa Photography; Consulting by SoCo Events

beige nude valentino bridal heels with crystal bows at toe

Photo by 
6 of Four Photography

nude bridal shoes with bows, neutral wedding shoes

Photo by Simone Photography; Consulting by Mindy Weiss Party Consultants

Find out how to make your heels more comfortable, and in case that doesn't work, see five pairs of cozy slippers for your bridal suite.