If you’ve fantasized what it might feel like to wear an honest-to-goodness royal headpiece, there’s no occasion like your wedding to rock a regal crown or bridal tiara… as long as your overall bridal look can carry off this dramatic wedding accessory.
Tiaras and crowns are best worn without additional extravagant bling (keep the earrings and other bridal jewelry delicate and refined), and are most appropriately worn with classic ballgown, A-line and drop-waist wedding gown styles. Beyond that, you can rock a bridal crown with almost any hairstyle, from high up-do’s and elaborate twists to long, sleek, wavy locks. Become the queen you have always dreamed of being with one of these 5 regal bridal crowns and tiaras!
Our Maria Elena Headpieces prize winners scored gorgeous swag from the acclaimed bridal accessories atelier at our Feb. 26 I Do! Wedding Soiree.
And you better believe they were excited when their numbers were called during our door prize announcements at this week’s incredible Soiree! After all, their gifts are heirloom-quality pieces from one of the most beloved headpieces and accessories design houses in the world. A longtime favorite among celebrity brides, socialites and fashionistas, Maria Elena crowns, tiaras, halos, flower vines, combs, pins and bridal jewelry are intended to complement a variety of wedding gowns and bridal hairstyles, and be passed along for generations to come, after the big day is done. And we are certain that’s just what our prize winners will do! So, who are these lucky brides-to-be, and exactly what did they win? Click here to read the rest of this post »
Your fiancé bent the knee and now it’s time to indulge in bridal style inspiration for your big day!
Our November cover exudes inspiration for a Game of Thrones wedding or Texas Renaissance Festival wedding. This regal bridal look is perfect for the bride who wants to channel her inner Khaleesi, goddess or RenFest queen. Take a peek at the gorgeous details that bring this romantic renaissance bridal style together.
German-born, Milan-based designer Peter Langner’s fashion training background reads like a who’s who of haute couture: Christian Dior. Emanuel Ungaro. Guy Laroche. Christian Lacroix. And his sumptuous bridal gowns reflect the breadth and expertise of his apprenticeships. Click here to read the rest of this post »