This year is all about creating a personalized look for the bride-to-be, every bride needs the right accessories and jewelry to complete her look.
Tiaras a classic and timeless choice to complete your bridal look, tiaras have been a popular choice among brides for many ages ago and worn by royalty on their big day as well.
Most brides choose a diamond or crystal tiara for their wedding, but these are not the only choices you have when it comes to tiaras.
Tiaras can be worn by themselves or with a bridal veil, you can always keep your tiara on and remove the bridal veil after your first dance. Here are some bridal hairstyles with tiaras for you to check out.
This year is all about being creative, unique, and innovative, so here are a few suggestions for your bridal tiara.
Princess Eugenie wore the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara on her wedding day, which was lent to her by her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. The tiara was created in 1919 by Boucheron for Margaret Greville, a British society fixture and philanthropist. When Greville died in 1942, she bequeathed the tiara to the Queen's mother. The gorgeous central emerald on the tiara is a whopping 93.7 carats in size. See more pictures of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's Royal Wedding!
Get inspired by the second wife of the last Shah of Iran Soraya, who wore a beautiful emerald tiara. If you want to add a touch of green to your bridal look, consider a tiara with green emerald stones.
Having blue gems on your tiara is the perfect way to include "something blue" and a touch of color to your look! Queen Emma of the Netherlands' Sapphire Parure Tiara is one of the most beautiful blue sapphire tiaras you will ever see.
Pink is such a pretty color to include in your bridal look! Clotilde Courau wore a tiara with pink topaz when she married Prince Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy in 2003. It might not be as bold as the others, but who doesn't look pretty in pink?
Aquamarine Look stunning on a white bridal background. Inspired by Isabella Orsini who opted for aquamarines when she married Prince Edouard de Ligne.
Now that's what we call a big statement! If diamonds are not your best friend, then you can consider wearing a coral tiara just like the Princess Inés of Bourbon-Two Sicilies when she married Nobile Michele Carrelli Palombi dei Marchesi di Raiano in 2001. The bride wore a 17th-century coral tiara, which was a gift from her husband's family.
Philomena de Tornos married Prince Jean of France in 2009 wearing a tiara used for a couple of centuries for brides in her family. Turquoise always looks great with white!
Australian-born Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has access to four incredible tiaras as future Queen Consort of Denmark.
Crown Princess Mary's Ruby Tiara dates to the coronation of Napoleon Bonaparte in France.
The jewels were made for the wife of one of Napoleon's men, who later became Sweden's king and queen.
They eventually came into the Danish royal family's collection in 1869, when a Swedish princess married Denmark's Frederick VIII in 1869.
Meghan Markle wore the famed Queen Mary Bandeau tiara. The storied piece of jewelry was given to Queen Mary by the County of Lincoln back in 1893 when she married then-Prince George. The centerpiece is also a brooch, which was given to Queen Mary on her wedding day. Set with ten massive diamonds, the brooch is detachable, and the band can be adjusted in size as it's made up of eleven different sections. Click here to see more pictures from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Wedding!
Kate Middleton wore a special tiara known as the Cartier Halo tiara, it’s made up of 739-brilliant cut diamond and 149 baguette diamonds, and was lent to Kate by the Queen. The Cartier Halo tiara’s beginnings go back to 1936 when George VI commissioned Cartier to create something spectacular with the diamonds and platinum he had purchased for his wife three weeks before he became King George VI and she became Queen Elizabeth (the future Queen Mother). Click here to see pictures of HRH Prince William and Kate Middleton's Wedding.