Wedding-Day Shoes for Columbus Brides

Emma Frankart Henterly
Embellishments on Semira Ibrahim's heels complemented her henna designs.

This story first appeared in the spring/summer 2020 issue of Columbus Weddings, published in December 2019.

Whether you have a Carrie Bradshaw-level shoe closet or just a few practical pairs, what you put on your feet for your wedding day is significant. Rock the same pair all day or swap out your kicks for the reception; either way, your shoes should be comfortable, broken-in and representative of your personal style. Need some inspo? Take a look at what these local brides wore.

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Kelly Jansons found her strappy Kelly & Katie heels at DSW. (Photo by Hillary Ferguson Photography)
Glittery Keds were perfect for Danielle Richardson. (Photo by Comfort Photography)
Lori Borojevich opted for the classic bridal look of Badgley Mischka heels.
Lacy booties from ModCloth were perfect for Breana Smith’s vintage theme. (Photo by Comfort Photography)
Danielle Press’ embellished wedges are from Nordstrom. (Photo by AddVision)
Jaime Weber chose Badgley Mischka flats for her wedding. (Photo by Hillary Ferguson Photography)
Hillary Belmarez went to BHLDN for her Something Bleu heels. (Photo by Derk’s Works Photography)