1930s Wedding Dresses

1930s wedding dresses - In a lot of cultures, it is natural for women or even young girls to imagine themselves wearing a tiara. For most women, the only occasion they will ever get to wear a tiara is if they compete in a beauty contest or during the wedding. Because wearing a wedding tiara will only happen once in a woman's life, it is important to do it right the first time around. Here are some tips on making that special tiara day more memorable.

First, select a bridal tiara that will fit the style and design of your wedding gown. While the wedding gown is an important part of the dress ensemble, it is not what should grab the attention. Similarly the bridal tiara is also an accessory, meant to highlight the beauty of the bride. With such elaborate elements such as the wedding dress and bridal tiara, it is important to find a balance so that neither of the elements overwhelm the features of the bride. Make sure that the bridal tiara you will be using does not take too much of the attention away from the gown and the wearer.

A wedding tiara is placed on the head of the wearer. It is meant to draw the attention towards the face of the bride. Like framing a picture, the frame should not overpower what it is framing. If you have an oval face, avoid bridal tiaras that have a peak. With longer faces, select tiaras that are long with little height. The horizontal aspect of the wedding tiara should balance out the length of the face. Another option would be to wear a backpiece or headband to make the face appear rounder.

Select a tiara that will fit the hairstyle you will be wearing during your wedding day. Some wedding tiaras are only suitable for certain hairstyles. Consult with a specialized hairstylist and discuss any ideas or concerns. It may be necessary to do preliminary run on what hairstyle will match the wedding tiara. If you are wearing a bun, place the tiara on the front and bridal tiara behind it.

People of royalty have had more experience in wearing tiaras for other occasions besides weddings. As the intention for most brides is to look and feel like a princess, it may be important to see how they have pulled it off. You can find inspiration in royalty such as Princess Grace and Princess Diana. In one particular picture, Princess Grace had an updo which was used to support the tiara. The tiara fit the hairstyle wonderfully as it elegantly highlighted the hairstyle while fusing both the tiara and the hairstyle together.

Owning a tiara and actually wearing it can be two entirely different things. You may not have the time to practice wearing that wedding tiara at any other time besides your wedding. So on that special day, wear that bridal tiara proud. Being able to wear a tiara comes only once a lifetime for most. Be confident and your poise and elegance will be the best complement to your tiara and wedding ensemble.

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