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11 Beautiful Dress and Tiara Pairings to Reign Supreme on Your Wedding Day

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If the big and small screen have anything to say about it right now, graceful gemstone tiaras, opulent jewel-encrusted crowns and celestial floral headpieces are having a real moment. For your viewing pleasure: The Downton Abbey movie, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil and Catherine the Great star smart, powerful and confident women in charge — running estates, ruling kingdoms and going to battle (literally and figuratively) — all while wearing their strengths and successes in the form of stunning, near-blinding and very drool-worthy headpieces.


Whether you’ve decided to pull your hair a sleek topknot or beam on your big day with natural curls flowing, an eye-catching tiara or crown brings an extra level of rarified glamour or boho nature princess cool, whichever look you’re doing for — or anything in between. The hair adornment, often associated with some form of royalty, also fits right in with the Galia Lahav Couture Fancy White collection diamond inspiration for Fall 2020, but beyond the obvious reason. The precious natural gemstone is treasured for its unique essence and dazzling beauty — just like you and like how you’re going to walk down the aisle. With your signature touch, a gorgeous headpiece and perfect wedding gown will work together to illustrate your personality and distinctive style on your wedding day.


Also consider channeling the freedom and adventure from the Gala Fall 2020 mermaid-inspired collection and have some fun. So be daring and sartorially write your own fairy tale and happy ending that starts on your wedding day. To start you off, here are 10 dream tiara and gown pairings: stunning soul-mates, just like you and your partner.

1. Margaret + Simone Rocha

Whimsical double strands of bubblegum pink crystals complement a trifecta of adorable dainty  bows and one exuberant oversized silk duchess satin accent on this ‘80s-inspired ball gown. But the sculptural design on the headpiece combined with daring cut-outs and an unexpected asymmetrical silhouette edge up the look with a dash of punk rock glam.

2. Sampaio + Rosantica

Just because your wedding ensemble is already resplendent with hand-embroidered Swarovski crystal trim and luxurious, hand-beaded motifs on sheer illusion skirting, that doesn’t mean you can’t add even more brilliance. Think about an oversized pearl headband, which balances the dazzling embellishments with a soft, but still sumptuous element — and doesn’t compete with the glam of the outfit. The lively mix of pearl sizes and streamlined gold structure also correlates with the playful modern feel of a bridal romper.

3. Simone + Untamed petals (Alamos)

Complete a Greecian goddess aesthetic by topping an alluring silk tulle mermaid gown with romantic draped off-the-shoulder sleeves and sweetheart neckline by wearing a delicate floral starburst tiara at the crown of the head. The hairpiece’s precious gemstone embellishments coordinate with the dusting of exquisite pearls and sequins on the body-celebrating dress.

4. Anna + Rosantica By Michela-Panero

Adorn an unadorned column gown with an elegantly artful headband that dazzles with pink, blue and dark teal gemstones glistening on gold sculpted mini-wreaths. The circular design enhances the ‘80s-inspired draping, off-the-shoulder silhouette and silk-satin sheen. Then, amplify the unapologetic opulence with the regal power-shouldered cape, which brings extra drama for your walk down the aisle (and helps warms an evening chill).–1306642

5. Estee + Paco Rabanne

A sublime long-sleeve, high-neck and all over French lace wedding gown fit is for a princess — meaning you — also calls for a crown fit for a Queen. The floral and vine motif and aristocratic centerpiece on this grand platinum and crystal-encrusted tiara will regally top off your fairytale royal wedding look.

6. G-401 + Quatorze

Think of this charming headpiece as an elevated flower crown. The elegant gold twines and dainty pearls offer a luxe version of baby’s breath, with a demure ribbon tie to wear as a headband or circlet across the forehead. The nature-referential boho details complement the blossoming 3D floral embroidery, romantic off-the-shoulder silhouette and carefree layers of gossamery lace and tulle.

7. G-411 + Twigs & Honey

Channel Greek deities of both nature and love with this magnificent crown overflowing with matte gold and crystal-embellished petals and leaves. The statement tiara highlights the gown’s finespun layers of soft silk tulle and highlight the glass-beaded orchids on the silk panels. Detachable and streaming bows at the shoulders will add extra depth to the compelling story you’re already telling with your wedding day goddess look.

8. G-404 + Rosantica

Of course, a blooming flower crown would look glorious accenting a free-flowing French lace and petal- and vine-embroidered trumpet gown. But try putting a modern spin on the garden motif with a rarified gold headband blossoming with pearl-embellished daisies.

9. G-406 + Maison Michelle

This head-to-toe wedding look is all tied up in a pretty bow — or bows, plural, rather. To accent, but not take away from the impact of a fully hand-beaded asymmetric column gown with a crystal-embellished bows lacing up an exposed side panel, opt for the daintiest, but still sparkling ribbon-accented headband.

10. G-403 + Untamed Petals (Marrakech)

To complement, but not overtake or clash with an exquisite and devastatingly glamorous sequin paillette covered A-line gown, opt for even more sparkle — but on a delicate, deco-inspired hairpiece to be worn at the back of a head atop a loose knot or at the crown of the forehead.

11. G-409 + Untamed Petals (Aura Tiara)

A mermaid gown covered in 3D sequin petals and hand-embroidered floral and vine appliqués calls for an equally as nature-referential — and stunning — headpiece. Plus, the translucent crystal petals on the tiara play off the gorgeous embroidery at the shoulder of the sheer, romantic puff-sleeve bolero.

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Annaelle Beenstock | November 7, 2019

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