Traditional Bridal Garters
Bridal garters have long since been a traditional piece of bridal attire. Hidden underneath the wedding dress, this small yet pretty addition adds a humorous touch to the proceedings. Although for many people the garter brings an element of fun to the reception, it can also make up part of the 'Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue' tradition which is typically worn by brides for good luck.Mixing fun and tradition
There is a wide selection of bridal garters that complement a variety of wedding gown and bridal lingerie styles. Bridal garters are typically made from lace and satin and come in a range of colours including white, ivory, and pastel shades. Traditional styles include beautiful lace detailing and embellishments such as floral, ribbon, and diamante touches. Many garters offer stretchy material to fit a variety of leg sizes and its stretch does not compromise its delicate look. Mixing modern style with tradition also offers brides the choice to incorporate vibrant colours, unique design, and personalised additions.Hen party garters
To add a little fun to the hen party, dressing up as the bride to be is a popular option. Teaming your novelty veil with a cheeky garter and other accessories gets you in the party mood and ready to celebrate the preparations for the big day in style. You can also team up with your bridesmaids and go for matching novelty garters for the whole bridal party, which offers them a little keepsake from the celebrations.Handmade and vintage garters
Opting for a handmade bridal garter offers a unique accessory to the wedding gown. Vintage garters are also a beautiful wedding day addition and often showcase intricate detailing and craftsmanship of a bygone era, in luxury fabrics such as silk. This style of garter is also an ideal keepsake of the big day and provides a timeless memento for years to come.