Let’s talk about Ted Baker wedding shoes. When it came to my own wedding shoes I was torn. The main dilemma being whether I go high end or find a more affordable option. I had a certain style in mind, and of-course they had to be comfortable.
As you can probably tell, I decided to go high street and Ted Baker was my brand of choice. I wanted to share the Ted Baker shoes I wore on my wedding day, give you a mini review and share some other Ted Baker options I love. So if you’re looking for beautiful wedding shoes without breaking the bank, you’re in the right place.
The chosen pair are from Ted Baker. Well, I actually have two pairs but the main shoes I will be wearing are the SKALETT Bow Detail Pointed Court Shoes in Ivory*. As soon as I tried these shoes on I knew I wanted to wear them to walk down the isle. It felt like they almost moulded to my feet and were made for me (maybe I think this because I love them so much). I love the bow and how it’s not too out there but a little different to what you usually see. Another lovely thing about these shoes is that they are actually customised. Ted Baker are offering a free service where you can customise any shoes purchased in some of their stores on the 14th and 22nd of April. I had my future initials JR at the bottom of mine, this is also my husbands initials too and it really is just a special touch.
As far as I’m aware, Ted Baker have unfortunately stopped stocking this pair of shoes. However, definitely try searching on eBay as I’ve already seen a few people selling these.
I knew for my wedding day I wanted closed toe shoes, I feel more comfortable wearing them and I prefer the way they look. Now I’m just a few weeks away from the day I’m happy with my decision to buy high street. Everything wedding related is expensive as it is and buying £400+ shoes just isn’t my priority.
Here are some other Ted Baker options that will make perfect wedding shoes…
If you’re looking for flat shoes to wear these are definitely the prettiest I’ve found, they’re gorgeous! I love the jewel detail across the foot. If I didn’t need the extra height these would definitely be one of my first picks. Lastly I wanted to give these open toe shoes a shout out, there’s something about glittery wedding shoes that I love and I think these could easily be worn after a wedding too so they don’t just get worn for one day.
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