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Aug 19

Country Brides: How to Wear Cowboy Boots on Your Wedding Day

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How about adding a little Western style to your wedding?

We love weddings. It should come as no surprise that we’re big fans of brides in boots. Whether you’re planning a wedding or just browsing, take a look at snapshots from our GreatAmericanCountry.com readers for inspiration. Recently we’ve seen a surge in boot-wearing brides who aren’t afraid to show their country side.

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Brides-to-be, don’t feel intimidated by this trend. Even if you aren’t ready to break the mold, let ring bearers, flower girls, groomsmen, bridesmaids, and even the groom sport cowboy boots in honor of your country roots. Or, just think of your wedding day shoes as one more opportunity to showcase your personality and style.

Take inspiration from the old English rhyme for brides, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue,” and splurge on new boots, borrow a friend’s or wear mom’s pair. For the truly brave, a bright blue pair of cowboy boots won’t go unnoticed.

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This popular shoe isn’t only for country-Western-themed weddings. Plenty of brides opt for cowboy boots simply because they feel more comfortable in them or because it’s an easy way to personalize your wedding look. Still aren’t convinced cowboy boots are wedding-appropriate? Check out our Pinterest board for inspiration! Plus, take a look at our country star wedding photos, videos and playlists!

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