Different types of Bridal TiarasWedding Headbands
: They are a very functional option for those brides who want to wear their hair down. These types of bridal headpieces can be used to keep hair away from the face. Wedding headbands
can also be worn to accentuate upswept hairstyles as well. Headbands are a popular hair accessory as seen in bridal magazines, fashion magazines and television. Bridal headbands
may be worn for prom, quinceanera, homecoming, wedding or any special occasion. A simple style wedding headband
with rhinestones or scattered pearls is a beautiful way to dress up a sleeked back ponytail or bun. Most wedding headbands
are versatile enough to wear with long hair or short hair. Consider matching headbands for your bridesmaids for a stunning coordinated look.
Bridal Tiara Comb
: This is a simple piece that complements almost all hairstyles. Depending on the style, it can also provide for a less formal look.Back piece or Side Piece
: Back pieces work best for a low bun or a French twist. Back pieces and side hair pieces
can be worn for any occasion to accentuate a simple updo. Some brides may choose a back piece
that is revealed when they remove their veil for the reception. Many brides choose barrettes for a partial updo
. Side bridal headpieces or hair combs
can be in the form of a hair comb, hair clip, or a feather or flower accessory. A rhinestone or flower hair accessory
is always appropriate for weddings, parties, proms.
How to wear a tiara?
Slide the tiara on at a 45 degree angle. Adjust the tiara band to suit your hairstyle. Use bobbi pins to secure it in place as needed. Adjust the hairstyle or loose locks to cover the pins. Take advantage of an experienced hair stylist to help you place your tiara.
Tips and tricks
• First of all, choose your gown; then select your accessories including the wedding headpiece. Keep your hairstyle in mind while selecting a wedding headpiece.
• To give the wedding party a coordinated look, the attendants can compliment the bride's ensemble by wearing a smaller or simpler version of the bride's tiara. The bride may also choose a tiara with color rhinestones
to coordinate with the wedding party.
• Choose an antique style tiara
if your wedding gown and wedding theme is vintage inspired. We offer a large selection of antique silver and vintage inspired bridal headpieces
• If your hair is short, light and delicate tiaras are best. Brides with short hair usually prefer headband style tiara
• Match the type of gown with your tiara. Complement crystals in your gown with crystals in your wedding tiara; same holds good for pearls and rhinestones too.
• If you have a floral detail in your gown, then look for a wedding tiara with similar detailing. Many of our headbands are adorned with flower embellishments
• A tiara with Austrian or Swarovski crystals
and no pearl or other ornaments will go with any gown. But a tiara with pearls should match either the gown accents or the necklace and earrings.
• Pearl tiaras
go well with off-white or ivory gowns, since the luster of the pearls is enhanced by these colors. Many headpieces and combs are available with white or ivory pearls.