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These Boots Were Made For Weddings

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bride in cowboy boots These Boots Were Made For Weddings

Photo by Amy & Stuart via Santa Barbara Chic

A Dottie recently emailed asking whether boots would work with a wedding dress. Short answer? Yes! Long answer- Yes yes yes!

I am a heel lover through and through, but in truth, it’s hard to walk in heels on rocky, uneven ground and it’s even harder to dance all night long in them. If you’re a bride who is never seen without her boots? Is marrying in a barn? Loves wearing funky flats? Then why not head down the boot road and pop on a pair of cowboy boots for your wedding day. So much comfort (and warmth, so a great option for Autumn & Winter weddings!) with the funky fresh style.

Here’s some of the brides and their maids rocking their cowboy boots that have inspired me lately.

bride in boots These Boots Were Made For Weddings

1 Photo by Clary Photo via Project Wedding 2. Photo by Open Air Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs 3. Photo by  K & K Photography via Heart Love Weddings 4 Photo by The Reason via Southern Weddings 5. Photo by Kelli Hunt Photography via Inspired By This 6. Photo by Carlie Statsky via Green Wedding Shoes 7. Photo by Life Writing Photography via Every Last Detail8. Photo by Matthew Morgan  9 Photo by GPT Photography via Bridal Musings 10. Photo by Braedon Photography

As we’re heading into Winter the endless boxes of boots are hitting stores- from riding to cowboy, so many styles for your own personal look!

cowboy boots to go under wedding gowns These Boots Were Made For Weddings

1. Justin Vintage Western Boots via The Western Boot Barn 2. Hollis Boot from Diana Ferrari 3. Flippa red boot from I Love Billy 4. Colette Knee High Boot from Country Road 5. Imperial Mid Brown Glove Boot from Jane Debster 6. Naya boot from Diana Ferrari

COMMENTS
  • Annette, Wedditalia says:
    February 23, 2013 at 4:31 am

    Amazing post – I so enjoy seeing brides with fabulous ball-gowns and cowboy boots underneath. Thank you for sharing this with us!

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  • Erin (Elizabeth Anne Designs)
    Erin (Elizabeth Anne Designs) says:
    February 23, 2013 at 1:14 pm

    Completely agree with Annette — amazing post! I’m a country girl at heart, so this makes me happy to see so many brides (and their maids) rocking boots!

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  • Margaret
    Margaret says:
    February 26, 2013 at 3:29 pm

    Why do I keep wearing my boots out? Love these fun dresses with worn boots. Guess I’ll keep mine and wear it with a fun party dress!

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  • Margaret
    Margaret says:
    March 17, 2014 at 10:15 am

    I read where you said boots were great for fall weddings, but I am getting married in June. I was planning on wearing my boots and so are many of the guests. I live in my boots and wear them every chance I get. I would not think of dancing in anything else. That being said, I plan on dancing all night and my dress is the style of high low, not long. This is not my first rodeo, and I’m not your traditional bride. I was so excited about wearing my boots. Will they be appropriate?? B

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    • Polka Dot Bride says:
      March 17, 2014 at 10:37 am

      Of course they will be! You can wear whatever you like and if boots make you comfortable then go for it!

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