Win a wedding garter

The wedding garter has long been a part of the bride's attire, stemming from ancient traditions and superstitions. One superstition was that owning a piece of the wedding dress would bring good luck, meaning wedding guests would try to rip off a piece of the bride's gown! This led to brides wearing a garter which they could give out to a lucky recipient.

Today, the removal of the garter is most often reserved for the groom, either in the privacy of your post-wedding accommodation, or in front of your guests as a playful moment during the reception. Similar to the bouquet toss, the garter is tossed into the crowd of male guests and it is said that whoever catches the garter will be the next man to be married.

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Astra Bridal has a range of gorgeous garters to suit your personality and style of gown. See the range here.

We have a tulle and satin garter with satin roses, rhinestones and pearls to give away in either white, black or ivory.

To enter the draw, please complete the form below. Good luck! Closes 28/10/16

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