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Playing princess bride for a day? Tiaras are an instant ticket to looking like a royal. And far from looking cheesy, these ones lend romance and swoon-worthy charm to your wedding ensemble.
With the royal wedding happening in just a few days, everyone's in a tizzy over what Meghan Markle will be wearing, and more recently, who will be walking her down the aisle. One of the important questions: Will Meghan Markle be wearing a tiara? Or more specifically, the late Princess Diana's heirloom Spencer tiara? We can't wait to find out. But of course, wearing a royal tiara might be unattainable for the rest of us, but it doesn't mean we can't emulate the look. Here are ways the 21st century bride can ace it and in the prettiest ways, like when paired with a chic ponytail, here. Image: @alialmillinery/Instagram To go with a loose and romantic updo, and fresh-faced makeup - a tiara with sparkling, delicate blooms. Image: @jenniferbehr/Instagram Many royal brides have styled their wedding looks with floral motifs, and this includes the Queen Mother who wore the Strathmore Rose tiara before gifting it to Queen Elizabeth II. Wearing your hair down in loose waves is a modern look to accompany an elaborate and romantic floral tiara. Image: @mariaelenaheadpieces/Instagram Pair the effortless style of mussed up locks with a sparkling crown and you've got an ultra-chic way to nail this lavish hair accessory. Image: @jenniferbehr/Instagram Colourful floral crowns might not look particularly regal but when they're encrusted with sparkling embellishments, pearls and enameled blooms, they bring glamour to a garden or Spring-inspired celebration. Image: @ericaelizabethprettythings/Instagram Cosmic-inspired details have been popular with weddings (like this starry themed ballroom wedding at The St. Regis Singapore) for a while - think galaxy cakes, crescent moon backdrops - and stars, in particular, have been appearing on wedding dresses and accessories alike. It's no wonder, too. They impart a whimsical and magical touch to any big day look. Image: @ericaelizabethprettythings/Instagram Turn a casual bridal top knot into a showstopping look by encasing it in one of these ornate creations that paired perfectly with Inbal Dror's breathtaking Spring 2018 wedding dresses. Images: @kerenwolf/Instagram So this is a little more Game of Thrones and less Britain's royalty but hey, who says you can't inject a little fantasy into your look, right? Image: @auraheadpieces/Instagram