Custom Bridal Shoes
Our custom bridal shoe collection was born out of frustration. Nichole Kenner Harris, NAK Design Studio’s founder, always found shoes she liked, but that often featured elements she wished she could change. So she started the SanyahRose collection to help other women get exactly what they want on their wedding day.
How to Choose Bridal Shoes
Bridal shoes are one accessory that can make or break your style. In traditional, fluffy wedding gowns, the shoes don’t always matter because you’ll never see them under all those layers. But when you choose any of the elegant, nontraditional bridal designs from our collections, your shoes are another major part of the show!
Follow the tips below to find the shoe that sets your outfit on fire:
Define Your Bridal Style
The first step in finding the perfect bridal shoe is to define your individual bridal style. Is your wedding more casual and sophisticated or minimalist and formal? With the SanyahRose collection, you have a choice of adding or removing accessories to go from romantic to traditional to boho chic.
Our shoes are also made with genuine white leather or satin to make them easy to dye any color. No need to worry about getting messing, we’ll do the work for you!
Know What You’re Wearing First
Before you commit to the perfect shoes, select the perfect bridal jumpsuit or bridal separates first. While you can start with the shoes, you may end up in a situation where your feet are modern chic and your attire is traditional classic.
Your bridal outfit should inform the rest of your wedding accessories—from your hair to your veil to your jewelry. Shoes can add an extra bit of fire to your look, but you don’t want them to distract from the beauty of your outfit.
Be Kind to Your Feet
Finally, when choosing your wedding shoes, choose with comfort in mind. Your wedding reception will be full of dancing, socializing, and lots of standing. You don’t want to be down for the count before your night is fully over.
Many brides choose ceremony shoes and reception shoes. Your ceremony shoes can have a higher heel for formal pictures, while your reception shoes can be a lower heel or even flats. This way, you get to show up as the classic and beautiful bride you are and still dance the night away with the people you love.
Check out our growing custom bridal shoe collection to find your perfect look today.