Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue! No bridal outfit is complete without the wedding garter, the traditional and saucy way to add that something blue. Back in less decorous times, it was thought that if you managed to snaffle an item of the bride's clothing, it would bring you luck. Cue lots of rough games as the bride ended up being stripped by the guests! Thankfully, it's a custom that has fallen into disuse, but it's still the groom's privilege to take off the bride's garter and throw it to the guests, just as the bride tosses her bouquet into the crowd to be caught by one of the single ladies. Superstition has it that if an unmarried male guest catches the wedding garter, he'll be next for the altar, and he should have the next dance with the lady who caught the bouquet. If you don't borrow your garter, we've got a lovely selection! And there's nothing like a garter to enhance a shapely leg...
Pretty gathered chiffon bridal garter with blue bow. White or ivory.
Fluted lace bridal garter with small satin blue bow. Ivory.
Gathered lace bridal garter with a blue satin ribbon bow. White or ivory.
Traditional bridal garter with a modern edge of a diamante trimmed satin flower. White or ivory.
Traditional bridal garter with gathered blue satin and soft lace. White or ivory.
Sophisticated gold and ivory bridal garter with a small satin bow.
Something blue for the bride. Pretty blue lace garter.