Post # 1
I have a small tiara about an inch tall and 6” long that I bought before I bought my dress. Since then I’ve added feathers into the decor and the bridesmaids are using black feather fascinators. Would it be too much to wear a small 2″ feather clip with rhinestones on it on the back of my hair and a tiara in front (of course)? My hair will be in an updo with curls hanging. I’ll attach a picture with something simular to the style I want. Any and all opinions would be great. Thanks in advance.
Post # 3
@IAVMHERE2: It might be too much. I say try it to be sure
Post # 4
@IAVMHERE2: No! I’m wearing a veil and a flower. Nothing is too much, it’s your wedding girl!
Post # 5
Thanks for the input ladies I appreciate it.
Post # 6
Maybe you could switch? Tiara for the ceremony, feather for the reception. If not then just wear both. No one is gonna judge you its your wedding!
Post # 7
I think it will probably be too much. The difference between a veil with a flower and a tiara with a flower is that the veil isn’t much of a focal point anymore, its more of a backdrop… A tiara is definitely a focal point and so is a flower.. I think it would look kind of weird.
Post # 8
I think it could work…experiment a bit with positioning of the hair clip.
Post # 9
The tiara looks more like subtle (like pins in the hair). I do think that adding in feathers would be overwhelming, since it’s two hair “embellishments”. If I were you, I would go with just one of them. However, I’m really more into plain and simple things
Post # 10
Thanks for all the feedback. I’m definitely taking it all into consideration
Post # 11
I have faced the same dilemma. I am just wearing a veil and tiara for the ceremony, and then a feather hair fascinator for the reception. You get both looks and its a little more fun for the reception
Post # 13
Too much, I agree with the above statements. Maybe you can switch it up, one for the ceremony and the other for the reception.