Five Degrees of Boot Scootin’ Brides

A bride in boots is a beautiful sight to behold. It’s bold, it’s bush, it’s brazen, it’s babin’. It’s just boots. And boots are rad. 

In our latest magazine, our Mexican style bride rocks these babies (above and below), which are the perfect touch of rustic. You can easily imagine the bride walking down a dusty road in Mexico, hand in hand with her honey, toting her bouquet. 

Check it out – five degrees of boot scootin’ brides… 

You may recall this latest offering is not our first Mexican style wedding inspiration shoot. The last one (shown below) was also in one of our earlier magazines, and Yandina Station was the location. The bride wore more of a peasant-style dress, this one by Judy Copley Bridal, and the photos are by Robecca McLean Photography. 

A real wedding at Yandina Station also featured boots, this time on the bridesmaids and in a completely different style of wedding. A true country affair with horses and barn dancing. Love this wedding with images by the aptly named Boots Photography

Boots Photography also shot this gorgeous country engagement shoot, where the bride-to-be donned her boots for the occasion, and teamed them with a subtley sexy baby blue number we are loving like a bride loves boots. 

Another engagment shoot where the bride-to-be shucked her boots was this gah-gah-gorgeous one from Alan Hughes Photography. This photo melts me. Every time. 

The moral of the story, friends, is boots are born to be worn. So kick up your heels and get scootin’ down the aisle! 

Hi, I’m Sally, Founder and Editor of The Bride’s Tree. Over the past 13 years I’ve written thousands of articles about all things wedding from tips and trends to etiquette and ideas. On this blog I bring you the best of Sunshine Coast and Brisbane weddings.