Some brides think that tiaras are going or have gone out of fashion with only footballer’s wives or real royalty sporting them these days. However, I believe that a tiara can add the most incredible drama to your wedding look and can turn even the simplest of dresses into something completely unforgettable.
The first designer I wanted to focus on is Samantha Walden who has only been selling crowns and tiaras on Notonthehighstreet.com since March 2017. These tiaras have a particularly fantastical edge; they wouldn’t look out of place on the head of Belle or Cinderella. The gold leaf and floral details “compliment the classic fashion of days gone by; the simple elegance of the Georgian age, the glitz of the Roaring Twenties and the delicate beauty of the Victorian period.
You will never see as dramatic and impactful designs as those of Hermione Harbutt and she if often the designer of choice for prestigious bridal dress designers. Although they have the same vintage appeal as Samantha Walden, they have a more modern twist with a more individual and personal service. These pieces or made by hand and are made by freshwater pearls, gemstones and Swarovski crystals with each piece being completely unique.
The Real Princess Company
For something which is a lot more whimsical and is made of more glass or with more Avant guard colours, The Real Princess Company will be perfect for you. These are more traditional and what you would imagine a bridal crown would look like. They would suit a simple or a spectacularly bejewelled dress.
Holly Young Millinery
For something truly unique, the beautiful accessories hand made by Holly in her Cornish studio will be perfect for your big day. She takes inspiration from traditional British heritage and nature to produce elegant and classic designs with an amazing modern twist. Her love of lace pearls and anything shiny or delicate, particularly feathers, makes every piece unique and personal.
Cherished focussed on the creation of luxury bridal accessories. The designer is called Abby Gadd and founded the brand as an extension of her love of craftsmanship and a range of inspiration, from nature to vintage style. These tiaras and hair adornments are for the quirkier bride or for the bride who would like a more nature inspired look.