Post # 1
I had never considered wearing a tiara on my wedding day, but trying one on in the store that just *happened* to fit my head perfectly, actually looked pretty stunning. So I’m torn…
Mom and crew say, “This is probably the only chance in your life that you’ll be able to, so why not?”
I say, “Isn’t it a bit much, but I do feel rather princessy!”
Post # 3
If you like how it looks then go for it. Like your mum said, there probably won’t be another occasion you can wear one without it being too much. Perfectly acceptable on your wedding day.
Post # 4
@missweatherlove: It’s not for me but I’ve seen some brides look gorgeous in tiaras!
Post # 5
They are not for me but I have seen it look lovely on other brides. If it fits the look your going for I don’t see why not.
Post # 6
Yes I cant wait!! Mine is borrowed from a good friend.
Post # 7
i wore a tiara for prom, now i look back on the pics and think “what the eff, I am not a princess, what was I thinking” I don’t want to have that same moment on my wedding day!
Post # 8
No. I don’t think they look good on anyone, unless you’re an actual princess.
Post # 9
I’m a theatre and dance girl (and have been all my life) so, as much as I like the idea of the sparkle, for me – tiara’s just feel like part of a costume.
But I’ve seen some brides look very beautiful wearing them.
Post # 10
Why not? It’s a personal preference – tiara, flower, birdcage, veil, etc. They’re all acceptable.
Post # 11
No tiara for me! Makes me think of a sweet sixteen or quincenera. I do want some sort of headpiece. Like jeweled ribbon or clip. Something sparkly that wont get lost in my super long curly hair!
Post # 12
I’m doing a tiara, had my heart set on it since I was little.
Post # 13
I really don’t care for them. No offense to anyone that has or will be wearing one, but they tend to look childish to me.
If you like the look of some bling on your head, try a nice headband. You get the same wow factor, but it’s more sophisticated and grown-up.
Post # 14
I do not get the tiara thing, but to each their own.
Post # 15
Nope didn’t wear one and not a fan of them!
Post # 16
Kind of. I wore a jeweled headband, but I positioned it to look more like a tiara (more forward facing than a headband). I didn’t want it to scream princess, but have a similar feel.