5 Awkward Garter Tosses You Have To See (Plus Its Creepy Origin)

Ahh, the garter toss — a long-standing wedding tradition in American weddings. But do you know where the tradition came from and what the back story is? (Let’s just say it’s kinda creepy — watch the video below to find out). Before you do that — a few awkward garter toss photos to get you in the mood.

Watch: The (Awkward) History of The Garter Toss 

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