stellaweddingshoe.jpgFor years, wedding shoes have all looked very similar. Mid-heel, cream and pointy toed. All a little bit 90s, no?

Recently though, I've noticed an increase in the variety of ranges.Next to the traditional styles sit pretty Mary Jane heels, silver peeptoes and even a few flat sandals.

No doubt this is down to the evolution of weddings itself, and the steady increase in beach weddings (which make killer heels a no no)

So here are a few alternatives to get you thinking. Starting with this Stella shoe from designer Aruna Seth.

farfalla.jpgThese Farfalla heels have been everywhere recently, and it's easy to see why.

The butterfly detail on the front would look stunning under the hem of your dress as you glide up the aisle.

The curved lip at the back of the shoe adds a quirky detail to a classic shape, and the cream colour lends it to a variety of dress colours

Wear with a 40s style mid-length dress and a pair of diamond earrings for maximum impact.

Still too average for you? Check out the wedges below!


wedgeweddingsandals.jpgThese Ivory Cerise Wedges take bling to a whole new level.

The back seem is decorated with Swarovski crystals and a chic bow.

This style is the comfier alternative to killer heels, allowing you to dance the night away at your reception rather then wandering around barefoot.