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Are you a country-lovin’ bride? Do you envision wearing wedding boots down the aisle and kickin’ your heels to the curb?
Do you prefer a nice leather pair of Ariat boots or maybe even a pair of wedding boots with a square toe (they’re very “in” right now)?
If you said yes to any of the following, you’ve come to the right place!
Emma here and I’m a total country girl at heart. Well, sort of — I dig the modern city scene and all of its amenities, yet I do adore being nestled in my tiny historic village, brimming with rustic charm. Where I live, it’s the best of both worlds: we’re in a rustic town, yet close enough to “city” life.
If I want to head downtown to check out a coffee shop or cute storefronts with antiques and farmhouse-inspired charm (think: Fixer Upper Joanna Gaines Style x Stars Hollow of Gilmore Girls and you have it), a trusty ol’ pair of cowgirl boots are perfect.
So, on my quest for what boots I would wear, I fell in love with ALL OF THE PAIRS. As it turns out, these cowgirl boots are all pretty perfect for the bride to wear down the aisle. And why buy or wear high heels when you have zero intentions of wearing them again? Worst yet, why wear heels outdoors on grass and mud, or in a barn?
So here’s what we say: go rustic! Cowgirl boots for the bride are a fun alternative to traditional bridal shoes and can be worn long after the wedding. But you already knew that… this isn’t your first rodeo, especially if you’re shopping for rustic wedding boots. ;)
In this post, you’ll find twenty pairs of the best wedding cowgirl boots cheap (+ some not so cheap, but you’ll be the judge of that!) in a variety of leather colors and styles, designs, patterns, and more.
We’ve found wedding boots square toe styled, pointed toe, heeled, flat, booties, and so much more.
This is THE round-up of rustic wedding boots to end all round-ups. I said what I said. ;)
Let’s get to it!
Wedding Boots for Bride
1. Women’s Legend Western Cowboy Boot, $189.99
I’ll just kick off this list of cowgirl wedding boots by stating the obvious: Ariat boots are some of the best! This pair — shown here in Russet Rebel (love the names they give ’em!) — is a fan favorite. They’re made of 100% leather with a rubber sole and a heel height of 1.75″. There’s even this thing called ATS Technology; that just means it provides you with all day stability and comfort, whether you’re corraling horses or, ya know, walking down the aisle in your gorgeous gown. :)
Snag a pair here while they last!
2. Legend Cowboy Boots, $189.99
This is the same style as above, but in a different color: Chocolate Chip. Also by Ariat. Another honorable mention? “Brown Oiled Rowdy” rustic wedding boots, which are also ten bucks cheaper. And see, I told you they had the best names for cowgirl boots!
You can get ’em here.
3. Wedding Boots Square Toe, $54+
This pair of square toe wedding boots are beautifully-made and surprisingly cheap! They’re 100% manmade with a synthetic sole and feature a nice short 1.5″ heel. Great for wearing as your wedding boots, then with your favorite jeans for date night. By CoconutsByMatisse. Shown below in brown. (Talk about cheap wedding boots: some sizes are as affordable as $39.99!)
4. Brown Lace Pattern Wedding Cowboy Boots, $225.95
This beautiful lace/lattice pattern makes a lovely pair of rustic boots for the bride! I love how tall these are; they’re handcrafted and made by a very popular brand, Corral! Get them here.
5. Modern Western Cowboy Boot with Stacked Heel, $34.95
I find a stacked heel very easy to walk in; they’re comfortable, yet give you that added height you may be looking for (these have a 2.5″ heel). This is the perfect pair of cowgirl boots for the bride who wants a little rustic mixed with a little modern. They’re more of a bootie, with side pull-up tabs and I’m honestly considering this pair in Mocha to wear with my fave skinny jeans. By Charles Albert.
6. Fringe Square Toe Wedding Boots, $214.99
This pair of square-toe boots have layers of boho-inspired fringe! Shown in color “bomber”. By Twisted X.
7. Classic Wedding Cowboy Boots, $127.95
8. Distressed Leather Boots with Something Blue, $197.95
This pair of boots has a great mix of distressed leather and burnished leather uppers for the pair of worn-in, rustic wedding boots you’ve always dreamed of. And what do we see… a little pop of “something blue” inside? :) By Corral. Love the pretty paisley pattern, too!
P.S. Want a smaller bootie style? Here ya go!
9. Cactus Scene Wedding Boots, $237.95
OMG, these are a boho desert-themed wedding dream come true! These booties are perfect for desert or woods, farm or barn; I like the unique cactus designs and rugged antiqued metal studs. Another gem by Corral, available here.
10. Short Rustic Wedding Boots in Off-White, $247.95
I named these “off-white” because they are called white but a reviewer mentioned they look less white in person; just as an FYI! The rugged look, though, is pretty cool and we love the mid-calf height of these. By CorralBoots.
11. White Rustic Wedding Boots, $149.95
Looking for white boots for your wedding? This pair will do! By Laredo and named “Lucky Star”.
12. Heart-Cut-Out Wedding Boots for the Bride, $139.99
These adorable bridal boots feature heart-shaped cut-outs! This pair has a pointed toe and slightly over 2″ heel height. By Durango and named, “Crush Heart”.
We also found them a little cheaper here — for around $89.99 depending on your size.
13. Distressed Brown and Tan Boots, $83+
Ah, this gorgeous pair will go from aisle-walk to downtown walks! Get them here. By Durango.
14. American Flag Wedding Boots, $103.33+
Planning a 4th of July themed wedding / bachelorette bash / or want to add red-white-and-blue into your boots? This pair is perfect! It goes from festivities to fireworks to bonfires, all summer long. By Roper.
15. Embroidered Wedding Boots, $129.95
These boots are currently on sale (reg. $179.95), so if you like them you’ll want to act quickly to save money. These boots are made of genuine leather and are handmade with a square toe and comfortable leather lining. They’re a beautiful pair of cowgirl boots and I love the pink floral accents! By SotoBoots.
16. Modern Cowboy Wedding Boots, $53+
17. Black Rustic Wedding Boots, $49.97+
They’re also amazing in taupe:
18. Upcycled Wedding Boots, $160
19. Short Rustic Wedding Boots, $418.95
This is one of my most favorite pairs of wedding boots! It’s an ankle bootie, in taupe color with beige, and it features the perfect amount of distressing to look all-worn-in (and lovely). By OldGringo.
And these! With a hint of fringe (by Ariat), $135.59.
20. Fringe Upcycled Boots for the Bride, $355
And last but not least, a pair of fringe upcycled rustic wedding boots for the bride! I love the teal for something blue. By BourbonNCurls.
Wedding Boot Tips for Brides + Bridesmaids
Here are two helpful tips before wearing cowgirl boots as the bride or bridesmaid.
• Make sure to “wear them in”
We’re not saying go get ’em all muddy, but you should definitely wear your wedding boots around and get them “worn in” a bit. Boots take a while to get molded to your feet and they get even more comfortable with wear; you can speed this up prior to the big day by using these shoe trees (technically “boot trees”), which are specifically made for cowboy boots.
This is a great pair that everyone seems to love by FootFitter and is available here.
• Pair wedding bridesmaid boots with the right dress
You can pick these bridesmaid dresses here — they’re perfect for a western-themed wedding and look A-MAZING with bridesmaid boots! Plus, the price is affordable from $39.99 to $69.99 (and yet, awesomely positive reviews!) Win-win-win. See a ton of colors here!
And there you have it: the best wedding boots for rustic brides! Which pair is your favorite? Are you a bride wearing boots? Tell us all about ’em! We love the look!
Happy Planning (+ Boot Shopping!)
P.S. Hey! You might also like these boot shot glasses for your bridesmaids, they’re quite popular for bachelorette parties right now!