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Learn More About Wedding Hair Wreaths & Tiaras
While wedding hair wreaths and tiaras are both glam additions to your day-of look, they each have different effects—wreaths imitate foliage and sit flush with your hairstyle, and tiaras are small crowns that stand tall and sparkle. Both wreaths and tiaras can be worn with wedding veils or on their own.
Wreaths are often spotted at bohemian and outdoor weddings, while tiaras look flawless in a ballroom or at an estate wedding. Either type of accessory can be decorated with shimmering stones, pearls, or carved florals. And, they’re not just for brides—floral hair wreaths make your maid of honor or flower girl look and feel like a woodland princess.
Wedding hairstyles for tiaras range from slicked-back updos to cascading curls. Generally, a tiara will sit in the same location a headband would, approximately two inches back from your hairline. A tiara nestles into a half-up hairstyle or accents a pulled-back bun. A wedding hair wreath can sit in many locations, depending on the design. Bohemian hair wreaths may drape across the forehead and disappear into your locks, or they accent the back of a twisted braid. Wedding flower wreaths pair flawlessly with loose, beachy waves while hair vines weave delicately into a loose bun.
A wedding tiara shimmers on its own but paired with a veil, it's utterly ethereal. Wear your veil slightly behind your tiara to show off every sparkling detail, or hide your tiara under your veil so it gets revealed as your partner lifts it from your face. If your wedding design is vintage-inspired, a lace veil and pearl hair wreath will fit the aesthetic perfectly. You can also search for an authentic vintage tiara and a vintage veil from shops on Etsy and fulfill the requirements of wearing “something old” on your big day.