Lace Garter with Rhinestone Heart
The garter toss is a wedding tradition with roots dating back centuries. In 14th century France, it was considered good luck to obtain a piece of the bride’s attire. Over time, the tradition changed to the groom removing his bride’s garter and tossing it to the bachelors in attendance. According to legend, the garter brought luck to the bachelor who caught it; some even believed that the lucky catcher would be the next to marry. These days, brides often choose two garters ? one to keep and one to toss. Whether you choose this lace garter with rhinestone heart to toss or keep, you’ll love its delicate detailing.
- Whether you save this garter as a memento or use it as the garter to toss, the simple style stretches from 11 ½ in. to 23 in. to fit most brides.
- Delicate design and organza and rhinestone detailing work with almost any wedding theme.
The 1 ½ in. tall beaded organza heart is embellished with a combination of clear and aqua prong-set rhinestones, so it also be considered the “something blue” for the bride.