Does the Modern Bride Wear a Garter?
December 14, 2010
Does the modern bride wear a garter? We think so! Though we don’t propose all brides be required to toss them through the air, we DO believe garters are a fun way to add a little sass to your wedding day. We’ve searched high and low to find you garters that not only look gorgeous, but feel comfortable too!
Based out of England, Florrie Mitton is a designer label specializing in gorgeous, handmade creations. The company has garnered attention from press such as Access Hollywood and InStyle.com and recently had the honor of being worn by celebrity Hilary Duff at her August wedding. The “R o m a n c e” garter, shown above, sells for $78 and will be a timeless keepsake.
A steal at only $22, Snow White Studio has fashioned a garter that can be your “something blue”. Order this piece, made of blue organza ribbon and embellished with blue fabric fur, now!
Looking for a unique garter, but just can’t seem to find the right one? Try Boston-based company Petrene Design. Willing to work closely with brides to bring their visions to life, Petrene Design makes distinctive pieces at reasonable prices. This colorful, satin rose garter is available on Etsy for $32.
This garter is perfect for the traditional bride who loves all things simple and elegant. Made to look timeless, this vintage inspired piece is made from beaded lace and ivory satin. Purchase this luxury, handmade garter by Natalie Briggs for $59.
Pure white with a touch of sparkle and a pop of color, this garter is exceptional. You can find this piece in Mia Von Mink’s Wedding Couture shop for $55 on Etsy.com.
The Garter Girl by Julianne Smith has been showcased on NBC’s Today Show, Glamour.com, and WE TV, among other press. This nude champagne satin garter is romantic, sexy, and classy. Purchase the “Intimate Lingerie” garter for $100.
By: Kelly Hamilton