Freya Rose wedding shoes – beautiful cream ivory and white styles
I know I go on at you a bit about colour and print (you love it really right?), so to make up for it, here’s a post showcasing the most beautiful wedding shoes in white, ivory and cream. Freya Rose collections are luxurious and romantic. Only the finest materials are used and the results are breathtaking.
If your wedding dress is detailed and intricate, you might be looking for quite a plain shoe. I’m using the word plain reluctantly, because although the lines are clean and the colour is uniform, there’s magic in these designs. I struggled to find a favourite to show you, but the Natalia is a good place to start. I chose her because I love shoes with a gap at the arch because it gives a couture feel and the crisp white is spectacular.
What I love about the little collection below is that there are definite similarities, but the variation in heel height and shoe design sets each style apart. The attention to detail is to be admired as I love how there are at least four different types of peep toe here! Never again will I think a plain shoe is actually plain.
Now I’ll move on to shoes with some kind of floral decoration. I love the intricacy of the fabric flowers on both these styles. Sian is impeccably neat and the addition of lace on Freya Blossom makes her romantic and elegant.
Once again, many of these styles are similar, but there’s plenty of variety. The use of feathers adds some drama, and the tightly twisted fabric rose here on the top left is cute as a button!
Freya Rose takes inspiration from fine jewellery, and this is evident in the last selection of designs – Bows and Bling! I can be a bit of a magpie at times, so when I first saw Hollywood, my senses became clouded with lust. Isn’t she a vision?
I also love the ruffled bows of Rhiannon Boudoir, making her a pretty and stylish option.
I love the addition of freshwater pearls and the clever placing of fabric to create romantic and elaborate ruffles and bows.
This collection is truly a feast for the eyes. Come back soon, because we still want to show you the gold and colourful styles that Freya Rose has to offer. In the meantime head over to her website where you can also learn about her personalized service. Speaking of feasts, have you decided on your table decorations yet? If not, take a look at this floral bottles DIY project –a beautiful and cheap alternative to floral centrepieces.