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Garters have changed from the traditional, simple accessories they once were. Whether you are looking for a garter that is unique, funny, bejeweled, floral, or the not-so-basic bow, there is a garter out there for every bride's style!

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These first three are filled with lots of personality. For brides having a ranch wedding, don't stop at just wearing cowboy boots! Add a little bandana flair. This Hello Kitty garter is for the girly-girl looking to incorporate some whimsy into an old tradition. The teal satin garter (above) has an extra glam touch with a peacock feather.

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These next few have beaded and bejeweled accents front and center! The gray stretch lace (above) is perfect for the bride who wants a little sparkle, but doesn't want to be weighed down by a heavy garter.

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This gorgeous beauty of a garter (above) is beaded across the front and has a thin and simple antiqued lace in the back.

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Pearls and shimmering rhinestones complete this cream garter with petite satin bows.

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These two garters are definitely not for the shy bride! If you want an over-the-top garter try this multicolored floral garter (above) with feathers and a brooch.

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This cream lace floral garter (above) is the perfect combo of vintage style and modern DIY. And for those who want a floral garter, but want to keep it simple, consider this simple rosebud garter (below) with its own birdcage veil touch.

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For all of the traditional gals out there, try out on of these last three garters. The first one is simple and elegant ivory with gorgeous lace. The second has a cute little cameo in the center. And the third is for the bride who loves her bows a little rustic looking.

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