15 Amazing and Affordable Bridal Heels Under $200

From stilettos to sandals.

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Affordable Bridal Heels

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Whether you love a classic pump, sexy sandal, or comfortable block heel, there’s nothing better than scoring an affordable pair of heels for your wedding day. While there’s a lot to be said for investing in a well-made pair of designer shoes – weddings are expensive! And a stylish pair of heels that costs $200 or less is one easy way to stay within budget and still feel like you’re capitalizing on style.

Even though most wedding shoes barely show from beneath a wedding gown (unless you go for a high-low hem or tea-length dress) you still want to select a special shoe on your big day and even better if you opt for a style that can be worn long after you say "I do." If you're a bride with your heart set on heels, there are countless options to consider, from sleek and minimalist slingbacks to metallic stilettos to stark white pumps, all of which are versatile silhouettes that you can easily be worn post-wedding day.

Read on for the best bridal heels under $200.

Most Party-Ready: Badgley Mischka Jewel Embellished Sandal


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Hit the dancefloor in a stunning pair of jewel-embellished sandals. Fit for a princess ball gown or a slinky slip, these heels have party written all over them.

Best Peep-Toe Chinese Laundry Block Heel


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You can never go wrong with a classic peep-toe shoe with a block heel. Comfortable, practical and stylish, these heels will carry you from the aisle to the dancefloor.

Best Budget: Lulus Lover Blush Satin Ankle Strap Heels


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With a name like "Lover Blush" these satin heels were practically made for walking down the aisle. Plus, a low heel is always comfortable and supportive.

For Your 'Something Blue': Blue by Betsey Johnson Jewel Strap Heels


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If you're still searching for your "something blue" why not incorporate a blue shoe into your wedding day look? If a blue shoe isn't your vibe, this style also comes in a range of colors from black to beige.

Most Versatile: Alias Mae Sparkly Sandals

sparkly sandal

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Like jewelry for your feet, these stunning sandals feature two crystal-line straps that will sparkle all the way from the aisle to the afterparty. Wear yours with a simple dress for the ceremony and an embellished mini dress for the reception.

For the Classic Bride: Aldo White Block Heel Sandals


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Unfussy brides will love the design of these block heel sandals. Not only are they supportive and comfortable, they're simplicity at their finest. Affordable and versatile, these shoes will become a wardrobe staple.

Best Wedding Wedges: Castañer Espadrilles


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Destination wedding brides, espadrilles are a must! These braided jute wedges are beachy but elevated and you won't even have to think twice about your heels sinking into the sand.

Most Sparkly: Jeffrey Campbell Crystal Sandals

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Sparkle from ankle to toe in these embellished satin heels with luminous crystal details that are basically jewelry for your feet!

Best Neutral: Allegra K Strappy Lace-Up Sandals


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A heel in a neutral tone is forever timeless and can easily be worn to your rehearsal dinner, ceremony, honeymoon, and beyond. Plus, this beige shade goes with everything.

Most Versatile: Pretty Little Thing Pink Ankle Strap Block Heel


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Retailing for under $50, it doesn't get better or more affordable than this pair of heels! Patent leather gives these sandals a subtle sheen and an ankle strap ensures your feet will be secure and comfortable.

For the Traditional Bride: Sam Edelman Pointed Toe Pump

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Stand tall in these sexy but elegant stilettos designed for the bride who knows how to strut in high heels. This classic silhouette will never go out of style and can be worn with everything from a mini dress to a dramatic ball gown

For the Romantic Bride: Kate Spade Kitten Heels

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Heels in a soft blush pair beautifully with wedding dresses in all shades of white. Just a hint of color is an unexpected detail that sets your look apart from the rest.

Best Slip On Style: ASOS DESIGN Wide Fit Satin Twist Mules


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Elegant and comfortable, these twist mules are perfect for walking down the aisle and twirling around the dance floor.

Best Bridal Booties: Schutz White Booties


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For those having a cold-weather wedding or seeking an alternative to the pump, consider a bridal bootie. They're chic, warm and comfortable – what more could you want?!

Best Blush: Badgley Mischka Strappy Heels

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These sparkly, blush heels are an utterly romantic choice for your wedding day. We love the idea of these peeking beneath a slinky slip dress or a fitted sheath silhouette.

  • What are the most common styles of wedding heels?

    There are endless styles of affordable wedding shoes out there to choose from. Many brides choose to wear classic closed toe pumps or embellished stilettos for a formal wedding while others opt to wear espadrilles for a beach wedding or grass-friendly sandals for a garden wedding.

  • What are the most comfortable wedding heels?

    For brides looking for added comfort and support, shoes with a block heel or a kitten heel will take you comfortably from the aisle to the dance floor.

  • Can I wear colorful wedding heels?

    Absolutely! If you're wearing a white wedding dress, shoes in pretty pastels, metallics, and bold hues make for a fun pop of color beneath your gown.

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Contributing writer Sophie Moore is a former fashion editor at Brides and is an expert in all things bridal attire, from couture wedding gowns to the perfect "something blue" accessory. She researches and sources the best fashion items for brides, grooms, wedding guests, bridal party, and more.

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