Weddings are officially back ON... which means, the planning must recommence. But, since weddings have been postponed for so long - what are the new fashion trends for brides? Don't worry, designers have still been hard at work to bring you beautiful, fresh designs and we've seen some gorgeous pieces coming from Bridal Designers.
It's time to tick off a few of those last minute wedding errands and you realise you've forgotten to get your wedding garter - but do you really need one? Do brides even still wear them? Many brides find themselves debating whether to have a garter on their big day and what the relevance may be but we're going to dive in to the history and traditions behind the wedding garter to uncover the value within them and their place in your wedding day.
How do I choose the right garter? Generally, there is no right or wrong way to choose your wedding garter - if there's one that you absolutely LOVE then that's the one for you. There is, however, a few tips to choosing one that's right for the big day!
You might have seen I've just developed some of our bestselling garter designs into DIY kits for you to do at home and I am LOVING your response to them! Each kit has a list of instructions included but I thought I could do a more detailed blog post in case any of you lovely brides get stuck making your garter!
"...the first time I came to visit after I moved to England, she spent an evening discussing how I was ‘definitely James’ type’ while I protested that I imagined he definitely wasn’t mine and begged her not to do anything to make the weekend weird. When James first walked in I remember immediately thinking ‘ah crap...’ because I thought he was really fit. We got on straight away and stayed up most of the night chatting and, four months and a few dates later, officially became a couple. Not sure either of us will ever forgive Sarah..."