Here comes the bride, all dressed in white and a wedding tiara! I’m putting a twist to the lyrics of this song so I can express my joy after researching about famous women who wore wedding tiara. Wedding tiaras are so fascinating because they have made marriage a fashion and add to its splendor. Here are four women who have followed the trend and made wedding tiara history.
Queen Elizabeth II had inherited her grandmother’s wedding tiara for her big day. She discovered its bandeau base in St. James’ Palace and paired it to its proper place with the wedding tiara. The wedding tiara was made comfortable with no dangling pendants.
The Queen’s granddaughter-in-law, Kate Middleton, wore the Halo Scroll tiara when she married Prince William. The wedding tiara was originally a coming-of-age gift to the Queen. It has waves going both east and west. It also has Scottish ancestry that suits the Scottish beginnings Princess Kate, and Prince William now embark.
American Victoria Beckham wore a golden wedding tiara that went striking her short locks when she got hitched to David. Pictures of the former Spice Girl and now fashion business person wearing the golden wedding tiara are still iconic. Beckham has made the wedding tiara still contemporary and fierce.
The famous actress and model, Elizabeth Hurley, will wear a Reena Ahluwalia designed tiara for Season 2 of The Royals. It is supposed to pay tribute to the wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince Henry. The show celebrates British royalty, and that would be nothing without wedding tiaras.
From these four women, I realized the great impact wedding tiaras have on our culture. It is a necessary accessory for a big day to make a bride Queen-like. A wedding tiara is indeed the additional beauty to a wedding every bride should grab.