Many of today's modern brides embrace the opportunity to wear a bridal tiara headband or crown as part of their wedding day dress ensemble. In fact, this time-honored wedding hair accessory is a versatile yet simple way to add feminine style and "oomph" to your bridal hairstyle.
In my opinion, tiaras are romantic, soft and ethereal. As an added bonus, no matter if you choose to wear it with a statement veil or not, you'll create an effortless yet elegant vibe that is oh-so-bridal!
Tiara Hairstyles for Long Hair
When it comes to bridal hairstyles for long hair such as loose waves, low hanging buns or high up-dos, it's easy to find a classic position on top of your head where you can center a tiara and comfortably "pop" it into place.
Model is wearing Spryte Wedding Tiara.
Model is wearing Adrienne Tiara.
Model is wearing Bliss Leaf Pearl Tiara.
Tiara Hairstyles for Short Hair
Model is wearing Ria Crystal Spike Bridal Headband.
Also, depending on the shape of your face, you may want to opt for a sleeker or smaller tiara headband or low profile bridal comb.
Model is wearing Laurel Wedding Headband.
Shop this low profile Audree Tiara Bridal Comb!
What's the difference between a tiara and a crown?
What's the best way to wear and secure a tiara?
As I said, tiaras are incredibly versatile and effortless to wear. Whether you choose to position it as a statement piece at the front of your bridal hairstyle, tucked around a bun, inserted at the back as a reverse crown or nestled into a half up half down look, it's easy to slide it into place and secure it using bobby pins or small wire-tooth combs to fasten the loops situated at both ends.
If a picture-perfect tiara headband (or crown) is what you need to create your unique bridal look, we're here for you!
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