If there’s one thing that’s extremely crucial about dressing up for your wedding day, it is striking the perfect balance between looking your glamourous best and being at your comfortable best.

When it comes to shoes, gold and silver heels might look gorgeous, but they certainly don’t provide comfort and ease—after all, a bride’s gotta be comfortable during her pheras, standing through the long meets and greets during the reception and everything in between.

So, if you’re a bride who’s dreading to wear heels on her wedding day, we found the perfect juttis you should opt for…

copper gold juttis for your wedding day

These copper-gold juttis with sequin detailing are comfortable, stylish and every bit festive. You know what’s an added plus? They’ll look gorg with any lehenga.

Buy these from Fizzy Goblet.

juttis for your wedding day

If you’re not that big on sequins but would like a fair share of glitter on your feet, opt for something like these! Minimal and yet, statement-making.

Buy these from Needle Dust.

mint juttis for your wedding day

Having a summer wedding and looking for all things pastel? These mint juttis with mirror work are just perfect for that. (Also, how adorable is that embroidered bird?) We love the candy coloured sequined juttis too!

Buy them from Juttichoo and Fizzy Goblet.

metallic finished juttis for your wedding day

Want to keep things simple yet chic? Go for glossy, metallic finished juttis that look perfect with darker hued lehengas—reds, burgundies, emeralds, navy blues and more!

Buy them from Jaypore.

ghungroo detailed juttis for your wedding day

Amp up the drama with ghungroo detailed juttis—perfect for Iehengas that aren’t heavily embellished.

Buy them from Needle Dust.

cute sneaker juttis for your wedding day

Want to bring up the quirk quotient of your summer lehenga? Choose these cute sneaker juttis which are the perfect combination of traditional and modern!

Buy them from Fizzy Goblet.

These juttis tick all the boxes when it comes to wedding footwear, don’t you think?

Image credits: fizzygoblet, needlelust, jaypore, juttichoo