As a fellow bling obsessive I like nothing more than finding new sparkly things and todays tiara couture brings the fairytale bling out of the books of Brothers Grimm and smack bang into the 21st Century.
Tiararama, UK based tiara and hair accessory brand, are passionate about creating exquisite hair adornments and unique bridal tiaras and do so with punch and power. Founded by Suzanne Laughlin, Tiararama offer both a mainstream and couture service for Brides who love Tiarars.
Personally, I think bridal tiaras need to make a comeback and Tiararama are doing a damn fine job at achieving that. I never wore a Tiara at either of my weddings but I absolutely would love to now. There is something elegant and femininely fairytale-like about Tiaras and what a better time to wear one than on your spectacular wedding day.
Unique tiaras become the statement piece
Now as most of you who follow my wedding blog know, I am a huge fan of headwear: clips and headbands, but I’m not a huge fan of the pretty, seen-it-before Cinderella type Tiaras. However, the new contemporary, vintage, alternative kind of headwear is just my kind-a-thang! I love prettying my hair on those days I want to feel extra girly!
Combining her love of classical design with a theatrical twist Suzanne’s Tiaras have taken Cinderella, loaded her with drama, intensity and elegance and have transformed that Cinderella type Tiara into a melodic head-turner. You can see in the stunning photos below just what I’m on about…
I love the drama of Suzanne’s work. Her alternative styles, her unique designs and her creative talent have created a new brand of Tiaras that are sure to make a huge splash on the wedding market. No matter what hair colour you have, a blingy headpiece shows it off beautifully!
Photography by Clare-louise Photography
These Tiaras are beautiful and they’re elegant and they are so unique that I adore them. In fact I want one to wear on my 10th Anniversary this year!!! What do you think?
And I can’t wait to hear from the first Bride who wears one. Would you wear one? Would you wear a Tiara? Drop me a line, let me know what you think about bridal tiaras.