Tiaras

When it comes to wedding accessories, none is more debated than the bridal tiaras. Some brides-to-be believe that the traditional princess tiara is an outdated piece. But we believe that on the wedding day it is a chance for the bride, to go all out and make herself feel like royalty!

Ever since Kate Middleton married in a stunning Cartier tiara designed for the late Queen Mother, the wedding tiara has been climbing in the popularity. This traditional accessory is often associated with royalty. We've seen many breathtaking designs on the heads of princesses over the years.

So should you wear a stunning wedding tiara on your wedding day? The first thing you have to ask yourself is whether your day is suited to such a formal piece. Is your dress, the venue or the theme fairly casual? Then a traditional tiara is going to look out of place as part of your bridal ensemble. We also recommend that you give the tiara pride of place among your wedding accessories. This glamorous piece speaks for itself. Do not overdo it with chandelier earrings or a large glitzy necklace.

We personally love the look of a tiara with a simple dress. One of the reasons that Kate's look worked so well at the Royal Wedding is that her dress was fairly conservative. Try a lace gown with long sleeves to get the same romantic yet traditional style.

When it comes to wedding accessories, none is more debated than the bridal tiaras. Some brides-to-be believe that the traditional princess tiara is an outdated piece. But we believe that on the wedding day it is a chance for the bride, to go all out and make herself feel like royalty!

Ever since Kate Middleton married in a stunning Cartier tiara designed for the late Queen Mother, the wedding tiara has been climbing in the popularity. This traditional accessory is often associated with royalty. We've seen many breathtaking designs on the heads of princesses over the years.

So should you wear a stunning wedding tiara on your wedding day? The first thing you have to ask yourself is whether your day is suited to such a formal piece. Is your dress, the venue or the theme fairly casual? Then a traditional tiara is going to look out of place as part of your bridal ensemble. We also recommend that you give the tiara pride of place among your wedding accessories. This glamorous piece speaks for itself. Do not overdo it with chandelier earrings or a large glitzy necklace.

We personally love the look of a tiara with a simple dress. One of the reasons that Kate's look worked so well at the Royal Wedding is that her dress was fairly conservative. Try a lace gown with long sleeves to get the same romantic yet traditional style.