How much glitter does one person’s head really need? If your answer is SO MUCH OMG, then you’ll be excited by several of the uber shimmery tiara options in today’s post. If you’re leaning more toward the understated, never fear: there’s still plenty of you here. I know I’m not the only one who was loving the increeeeedible tiara the Jacqui wore during day one of her Cambodian wedding, so let’s dive in!
Maureen totally rocked her non-gigantic tiara at her humanist wedding in 2011
I am totally into Fran’s (in red) tiara in this photo — her wife, Von, handmade the piece out of copper wire and gemstone.
This crown is listed as something for a “king” but I see no reason why it couldn’t be rocked by anyone who wanted to wear it, especially in a fantasy/magic-themed wedding.
This photo is from our Flickr pool, and the tiara was handmade by the bride herself! I’m especially infatuated by the teeny tiny leaf details.
This headband tiara is $48 on Etsy and it’s faaaabulous. Bonus points: you already know it’ll look great with purple hair!
Speaking of delicate details, this flower tiara is the sweetest — so sweet it’d be super perfect for a whimsical garden ceremony.
Another excellent tiara from our own archives is the one Amelia wore at her books and fairy tales wedding.
Did you (or do you plan to) wear a tiara at your wedding — and how excellent was the choice?