Lace, bows and charms: The best 5 garters for brides

Nowadays, your wedding day may be one of the few days you’ll wear a garter during your lifetime. So if you’re only going to do something once, then I reckon it needs to look great!

Many brides shy away from tradition with the garter nowadays, as back in the day, the groom would remove the garter and throw to his groomsmen for good luck.

At Zankyou, we’re pretty ok for you to leave that one aside, but if you are going to wear a garter, the only thing we do ask you is that it is pretty!

Here are a selection of five beautiful pieces that we think would look lovely on your wedding day. They’re all from British suppliers, so get online and get checking out these pretty accessories.

© Vintage Styler

Perfect for your something blue – it’s cute, discreet and very pretty. Get it for £30 from Vintage Styler.

© Laura George

A very sexy black garter with its little heart charm, combined with tulle and satin. Get it for £24 from Laura George.

© Little White Book Wedding

This gorgeous white garter with cream and ivory detailing is traditional and elegant. The bow and silver diamanté add the wow factor. Find this lovely garter at Little White Book Wedding.

© Aye Do

This Big Bow Garter costs £29.99 from bridal accessories company Aye Do. The traditional colours create a very feminine look.

And finally…

© Liberty in Love

Designed by Florrie Mitton, this Aphrodite garter, decorated with delicate embellishments including metallic thread and silver sequins, is available from Liberty in Love for £50.

Let us know which is your favourite by leaving a comment below.

And remember, if you’re planning a wedding, why not check out our wedding website and wedding gift list service, and make your wedding flexible thanks to Zankyou!

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    I have been at more than one wedding where they do the whole remove the garter and throw it to the groomsmen thing and it’s SOOOO WEIRD. I mean seriously, your parents are in the room, and you’re hitching your dress up and being fondled by the groom? I totally don’t get it!

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    Jacqui