In the UK we only tend to wear tiaras for weddings, school proms aren't common place like they are in the states so wearing a tiara is likely to be a once in a life time experience.
Your wedding tiara should be one of the last bridal accessories you buy, you should have your bridal underwear, your dress, and shoes before purchasing your tiara. This is simply because your tiara should complete your outfit, it shouldn't be the starting point for it.
You wedding tiara should compliment your entire wedding look, it shouldn't overpower your wedding dress or your facial features. You will need to also take into consideration any bridal jewellery or other hair accessories such as bridal hair pins you are planning to wear.
Your tiara should compliment your face shape and bridal hair style so it enhances your natural beauty. If you choose the wrong one, you could end up with people staring at your tiara when there talking to you and you'll never know whether they looking and thinking it's gorgeous or whether their thinking why did she choose that tiara?
Pick a tiara that's elegant as this will give a classic and expensive look. Also remember that you will be looking at your wedding photos for a life time so don't go with a tiara because it was in fashion at the time, remember looking at photo's of yourself from the 80's?
For some having a similar tiara to their favourite celebrity might be tempting, their nothing wrong with this as long as the wedding tiara suits you too, not just your role model. Remember perfume smells different on different people, tiaras look different too.
Wedding tiaras can be made from various material such as rhinestones, pearls and crystals, they are also available in many styles and heights. For more information on wedding tiaras take a look at our blog at Wedding and Gems or download the free tiara guide.Source URL: http://weddingdressez.blogspot.com/2010/03/wedding-tiaras.html
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