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hey there, sugar darlin’…

September 22, 2009

come on, give me something…

how about one of these…

traditional 1

from the traditional collection

something blue 1

from something blue/ navy collection

mix 1

from the animal print/ polka dot collection

or maybe something custom like the following:


have a garter for keepsakes and one for the toss


you can get it embroidered.



or even more personalized…


julianne smith can do just about anything to make your garter special.  no matter which one you choose, the garter ends up being fun and completely your style.

the story behind julianne smith“my friend, brooke, wanted a garter for her wedding. she wanted something “furry.” (i’m not kidding.) as a bridesmaid, i was tasked with finding her the perfect wedding garter. (of all the jobs that i could have been given!) i looked and looked, but couldn’t find anything to fit brooke’s style. i was only given one bridesmaid duty; i was determined to find her the perfect wedding garter. so, i resorted to making brooke’s wedding garter myself! i’m crafty like that.”

not just crafty, but a truly genius and an anything, but ordinary idea!  it’s uber cool and super fun that something as tiny of a detail like a garter could still be personalized to the bride’s , or i guess groom’s taste,  too.  julianne will take whatever you have in mind for a your garter and make it possible.  she’s truly one crafty queen.  check out more of her garters on her website and follow her on her blog and twitter too!

One Comment leave one →
  1. September 22, 2009 11:40 am

    wow! thanks so much! what a great post!

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