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7 Ways to Wear a Sparkling Wedding Tiara on Your Big Day

These regal styles will truly make you feel like a queen for the day.

Who says a bride has to have royal blood in order to rock a tiara on her wedding day? Bring out your inner princess with a sparkling headpiece that tops off your look with just enough bling.

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Who says a bride has to have royal blood in order to rock a tiara on her wedding day? Bring out your inner princess with a sparkling headpiece that tops off your look with just enough bling.

There are plenty of gorgeous styles that enhance a variety of wedding hairstyles and gowns. Delicate pieces featuring one or two simple rows of diamonds look lovely as an understated accessory, while intricately designed tiaras will crown your coiffure with eye-catching sparkle. Whichever style you choose, do a trial run-through of your complete hairstyle before the big day to ensure your tiara is styled to perfection.

See how these real brides "crowned" themselves with gorgeous tiaras. They may not be Kate Middleton, but they look regal and beautiful in headpieces embellished with diamonds and crystals. Discover unforgettable ways to incorporate a tiara into your bridal ensemble below, and find more wedding hair inspiration on our Pinterest page!


Style your hair in soft waves and place the tiara on the top of your head, rather than directly behind your forehead, for a more modern look. Photo by Kimberly Jarman Photography


Sweep hair back into a high, smooth updo, framed by a classic princess-style tiara. Photo by Bleu Cotton


For a more understated look, choose a delicate tiara (featuring your initial!) and tuck the headpiece into a messy bun (left). We also love a classic braided updo accessorized with a sparkling tiara (right)! Photos by Melissa Musgrove (left) and Images by Berit, Inc. (right)


Don't be afraid to rock a larger crown – just like The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss did on her wedding day. Keep hair smooth and sleek to avoid overwhelming the jewels! Photo by Robin Gaucher Photography


If you're concerned about looking too "princess-y," choose a style inspired by flowers, rather than the traditional intricate patterns. Photos by Justine Ungaro (left) and Ricci Valladeres (right)

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