Wedding hairstyles

Wedding hairstyles with a crown: how to skillfully choose and wear?

A wed­ding is an excit­ing event for every girl. This is the mys­te­ri­ous moment when a princess becomes a queen. And the roy­al per­son can not do with­out a crown. That is why brides are so fond of dec­o­rat­ing their wed­ding hair­style with a lux­u­ri­ous sym­bol of roy­al dig­ni­ty.

In order not to get con­fused in the pro­posed range and choose exact­ly the one and only per­fect crown for a wed­ding, you should fol­low some rec­om­men­da­tions.


Hair jew­el­ry design­ers work dili­gent­ly to cre­ate bridal crowns of var­i­ous types and styles. In the man­u­fac­ture of these roy­al acces­sories, var­i­ous mate­ri­als and dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments are used: from bead­ed beads, rhine­stones and lace to glass beads, pre­cious stones and jew­el­ry spray­ing.

All cur­rent­ly exist­ing wed­ding head­dress­es can be clas­si­fied.

  • Crown clas­sic — the choice of brides who want to feel like a queen.
  • Tiara — a small crown of var­i­ous shapes and heights, as well as its vari­eties (tiara-hoop, tiara-comb);
  • The tra­di­tion­al dia­dem is a very com­mon type of jew­el­ry, due to its com­pat­i­bil­i­ty with hair of dif­fer­ent lengths. A tiara on a comb is a ver­sa­tile option of dif­fer­ent sizes that can organ­i­cal­ly fit into any hair­style. Tiara with an elas­tic band is a pop­u­lar type of wed­ding dress due to the con­ve­nience and soft­ness of the attach­ment mate­r­i­al.
  • Crown-rim is indis­pens­able in cre­at­ing a retro image of the bride.
  • The ori­en­tal crown is a roman­tic and at the same time capri­cious type of dec­o­ra­tion. It requires care­ful fit­ting and, unfor­tu­nate­ly, is not suit­able for all girls. But if it comes to your face, then it will 100% become the cen­ter of the wed­ding look.


When choos­ing a wed­ding crown, you need to remem­ber: it should not just be beau­ti­ful in itself. Its har­mo­ny with the wed­ding image is impor­tant.

The oval of the face is the first thing you should pay atten­tion to dur­ing the fit­ting:

  • a chub­by girl will fit a high crown with point­ed peaks;
  • for a slight­ly oblong face, a head­dress with a sin­gle con­stant width with­out ris­ing to the cen­ter is appro­pri­ate;
  • the oval shape does not accept elon­gat­ed peaks above it, an asym­met­ric dia­dem will be a good choice for such a face;
  • with square fea­tures, crowns dec­o­rat­ed with large stones will get along well;
  • girls with a tri­an­gu­lar face shape can pay atten­tion to small crowns with flo­ral orna­ments.
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When choos­ing a crown, the height and com­plex­ion of the bride should be tak­en into account.

  1. A petite girl of short stature should not choose a mas­sive crown. An accept­able option would be a nar­row hoop, which will empha­size the ten­der­ness and fragili­ty of its own­er.
  2. It is more rea­son­able for a port­ly young lady to choose a point­ed head­dress.

A wed­ding dress also dic­tates its own rules.

  • The larg­er the vol­ume of the dress, the more demo­c­ra­t­ic the design of the crown should be.
  • Shades of sil­ver in the cho­sen dec­o­ra­tion will suit a pure white dress, dress­es made of pas­tel fab­ric grav­i­tate towards gold.
  • The decor of the dress and the ele­ments of jew­el­ry in the crown should form a log­i­cal ensem­ble. A crown of pearls will go well with a moth­er-of-pearl fin­ish. Rhine­stones on a volu­mi­nous skirt will be in har­mo­ny with the glass beads in the hair. For an embroi­dered dress, crowns-wreaths or head­dress­es with decor in the form of but­ter­flies will be appro­pri­ate. A geo­met­ri­cal­ly cal­i­brat­ed dia­dem is the best com­pan­ion of a sheath dress.
  • With midi length dress­es, the use of a crown, in the opin­ion of some design­ers, will gen­er­al­ly be inap­pro­pri­ate.

    In the old days, it was believed that the veil pro­tects the bride from the evil eye. Now it is just a beau­ti­ful acces­so­ry that gives its own­er fem­i­nin­i­ty and airi­ness.

    1. If lace was used to make a veil, then it is bet­ter to choose a lacon­ic crown as a set for it.
    2. A tiered veil will look great with a high dress.

Addi­tion­al acces­sories (rings, ear­rings) should also be the same style as the crown. An “ensem­ble” of pearls in a crown and rubies in a neck­lace is an extreme­ly dubi­ous choice.

Wedding hairstyles with a crown

The crown must cer­tain­ly be com­bined with a hair­style. Oth­er­wise, the wed­ding image will be “bro­ken”. It is con­ve­nient to select a jew­el­ry mod­el, focus­ing on the length of the hair and the fea­tures of the hair­cut or styling.

  • Com­pact crowns, head­bands and tiaras go well with short hair­cuts. The pos­si­ble amount of styling (curls, bouf­fant, bob, the effect of “disheveled feath­ers”) will also be in place.
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    • For medi­um length hair, a com­bi­na­tion of retrowaves or large curls and a noble tiara or dia­dem is suit­able.
  • For long hair, almost any option will be a win-win. French braids, aris­to­crat­ic babettes, tails or buns of dif­fer­ent heights, flow­ing curls or the so-called hair crowns (high styling) — in a nut­shell, the choice is great! The crown in this case will sim­ply com­plete the image.
  • Bangs can become an inter­est­ing styling accent: straight and heavy, asym­met­ri­cal, “torn”, light and wavy. Her well-cho­sen char­ac­ter in com­bi­na­tion with a dia­dem will make her hair play with new col­ors.

Methods for fixing the crown

Attach­ing the crown to the bride’s hair should be as incon­spic­u­ous as pos­si­ble and at the same time very reli­able. If the prin­ci­ple of fas­ten­ing is an elas­tic band, then every­thing is clear with it. How­ev­er, ques­tions remain in oth­er cas­es. There are sev­er­al more fix­ing options.

  1. On the inside of the crown, there is usu­al­ly a cer­tain num­ber of mini combs or loops. The hinged dress is fixed with hair­pins.
  2. The tiara, as a rule, is fixed with invis­i­bil­i­ty, and the free edges of the hoop are hid­den under the hair.
  3. The dia­dem is more often than oth­er types of crowns com­ple­ment­ed by a veil. The design is attached at the back of the head using invis­i­bil­i­ty.

For infor­ma­tion on how to fix a dia­dem in a wed­ding hair­style, see the fol­low­ing video.

Wedding experiments

The clas­sic has always been, is and will be in fash­ion. But that’s no rea­son to give up a lit­tle exper­i­men­ta­tion when it comes to wed­ding attire. Tiaras in the form of head­bands and combs, strict at first glance, can eas­i­ly be trans­formed into a dar­ing and mem­o­rable dec­o­ra­tion for a fes­tive hair­style.

  • A dia­dem attached at the back of the head (for exam­ple, around a babette) gives the image an exquis­ite weight­less­ness.
  • The dia­dem, worn on its side, adds a touch of fresh­ness and play­ful­ness to this light asym­me­try.

In addi­tion, in this posi­tion it is eas­i­er to fix it with a comb, with­out resort­ing to the addi­tion­al help of invis­i­ble peo­ple.

  • A dia­dem clasp­ing the head along the fore­head line is a styl­ish and non-stan­dard solu­tion. This option will help the bride to trans­form into a fab­u­lous queen of elves from a mag­i­cal for­est.
  • The dia­dem with elon­gat­ed falling edges, shim­mer­ing in curls, looks unusu­al­ly ele­gant.
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Additional Tips

  • Acces­sories for fix­ing the crown in the hair (invis­i­ble hair­pins, hair­pins) are bet­ter to choose as incon­spic­u­ous as pos­si­ble, in tone close to the col­or of the hair. So they won’t draw atten­tion.
  • A mod­est crown should not be cov­ered with curls and strands.
  • Hair­style under the clas­sic crown should not be too com­pli­cat­ed. This will notice­ably over­load the image. The best solu­tion would be a calm, per­sis­tent styling with­out pre­ten­tious­ness.
  • An impor­tant fac­tor is the reli­able fix­a­tion of the crown in the hair. The acces­so­ry will have to be worn all day, so it should not tight­en or squeeze the head, because such a turn of events is fraught with a headache. But the crown can­not be allowed to fly off at the most inop­por­tune moment either.

Invis­i­bil­i­ty frames are not so notice­able, and the ridge mounts, although larg­er, are much more reli­able.

  • Just before the wed­ding day, it is bet­ter to refuse a rad­i­cal change of image. A sud­den trans­for­ma­tion of a brunette into a blonde or an ultra-short hair­cut after long curls may not live up to expec­ta­tions and spoil the bride’s fes­tive mood.
  • It is log­i­cal to try on the select­ed crown togeth­er with the wed­ding dress in order to assess the degree of com­pat­i­bil­i­ty of the select­ed set.
  • In the pre-wed­ding fuss, it is very use­ful to find time for a tri­al hair­style. In this case, it will be pos­si­ble to dis­cuss the small­est details of the image with the hair­dress­er and test the crown-style tan­dem for strength.

So, on the wed­ding day, every­thing should be per­fect: wed­ding dress, hair­style, make­up. The crown crown­ing the bride’s head will empha­size her dig­ni­ty, mod­el and com­plete the image of the queen of the hol­i­day. When choos­ing this acces­so­ry, it is advis­able to be guid­ed not only by your own flair and pref­er­ences, but also con­sult a styl­ist, and also take into account the fash­ion trends of the sea­son.

Sub­ject to all the above tips and rules, the wed­ding will be unique, like her beau­ti­ful host­ess.