We adore lace wedding shoes! They’re delicate and their elegant detail oozes sophistication…

They will complement almost any style of gown, whether it’s slimline and slinky or full and fabulous. Kate Middleton may have reignited our love of lace but it’s back and bigger than ever for Spring/Summer 2014. Let’s take a look at just 8 of the hottest new designs, available now at Elegant Steps


Grable by Benjamin Adams, £159

This low-heeled court shoe is the perfect choice for a tall bride who wants to be the same size as her husband at the altar. Low heels are also great if you want to keep dancing all night! This pretty combination of Duchess silk and embroidered organza makes the Grable perfect for vintage-loving brides.


Nadia by Freya Rose, £395

This stunning silver slingback with silver kid leather and delicate sparkling flower detail is ideal for brides wanting to make a statement with their wedding shoes. Freya Rose is one of the best bridal shoe designers in the UK, with each pair covered in dreamy details – these shoes are more like mini works of art!


Waterlilly by Pink, £54.95

The Waterlilly wedding shoe is the perfect mix of a ballet flat with a peep toe. The elegant curves are comfortable around the foot while the satin trim gives a pretty bridal feel. But the best part about this shoe is that you can dye it to any colour you like to match it to your wedding theme or bridesmaid dresses. Or add a sweet shoe clip as a little sparkly finishing touch.


Mimosa by Else at Rainbow Club, £59

Mimosa is one of our favourite wedding shoes ever! It’s everything a wedding shoe should be – girly and feminine with its floral detail, high heeled (to give your confidence a boost) and subtly vintage with its luxurious lace. Talking of high heels, Mimosa is daringly high with a 11.5cm heel and a matching platform sole, so just make sure you try walking in these long before the big day.


Heartbeat by Diane Hassall, £210

What more can you expect from the design genius behind the Rainbow Club brand. It’s a fairytale combination of all-over lace and the fashion-forward ankle bootee. Ideal for winter brides, these shoes will look amazing in your photographs. The delicate organza ribbon tie adds a pretty finishing touch.


Cupcake by Pink at Paradox, £79.95

This lace-covered Mary Jane wedding shoe is retro elegance mixed with comfort, quality and style. We’re loving the romantic cross your heart feature across the toe and the tiny little satin bow on top. Young, fun and a budget-friendly price, too. Would look amazing with a tea-length dress.


Elizabeth by Benjamin Adams, £149

A brilliant blend of sassiness and feminity, Elizabeth from Benjamin Adams is a classic bridal stiletto. The delicately embroidered organza gives way to a daring open waist on the inner side – make sure you get a pedicure so you skin is super smooth before slipping into these. This mid-heel height is big news for 2014, too.


Queen by Brianna Leigh, £199

Inspired by the 1950s, designer Brianna Leigh has created a wedding shoe that’s both glamorous and girly. The ideal shoe to wear with a slinky satin gown, a la Suzanne Neville, this sexy high heel will take you from day to night effortleslessly. Avoid walking across grass, and you’ll be fine!