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It's easy to look at wedding tiaras and just think, "princess" but tiaras can be so much more! From simple and understated to grand and glamorous, a wedding tiara can be whatever it is that the bride wants it to be to her. Is it a wedding headband with a little extra flash or does it declare her the queen of the day?Is she royalty or is she just a fan of the loveliness that a little bit of extra sparkle can bring her on her wedding day? No matter what approach to a tiara she chooses, the bride can pick a bridal tiara headband that perfectly suits her sense of style and coordinates with the level of formality that she and her gown have already established. Let a wedding tiara make her special day even more special still.
How to Wear a Wedding Tiara as a Head Piece
There is no one right way to wear a wedding tiara. Depending on the overall style and level of formality that the bride that chose for her wedding day, a bridal tiara can be selected, crafted, or worn to match just right. It can be worn as a headband: worn vertically from temple to temple and used to pull hair back and away from the face. The tiara can be worn across the forehead at a number of different heights, from just above the eyebrows to along the hairline. It can also be worn in the traditional manner, which is to say placed on the top of the head in line with but about two inches higher than the ears. Whatever way a bride chooses to wear her wedding tiara - traditionally or in a modern way - the piece is sure to add a sense of glamour to her special day. It’s your day to feel like a princess, and wedding tiaras are the perfect accessory to pair with any wedding veil for a glamorous bridal look. In addition to harmonizing with the color and style of your gown, finding the right tiara to complement your wedding gown also means thinking about the shape of your face. A tiara should frame and flatter your face, instead of drawing attention away from it. If you have a round face, a bridal tiara with a delicate, high peak can help your face appear to be longer. Whereas brides with oval faces should avoid peaked tiaras, and opt for an asymmetrical tiara instead. If you have a longer face, a tiara with even height is more flattering. Leila May brings fairy tale weddings to life! Your wedding day is your time to shine, let our bridal tiaras and wedding day accessories make your wedding day look dazzle. From sparkling wedding tiaras to vintage bridal hair combs, our collection has it all. We have everything from sophisticated freshwater pearl and crystal headpieces to fun floral tiaras. Whether you are looking for a lacework freshwater pearl tiara, a sophisticated timeless crystal tiara or a beach wedding tiara, our collection has something for every bride. Shop Leila May today!