||The wedding tiara, now so beloved of brides, originated thousands of years ago. The name "tiara" is derived from an ancient Persian word, and the original was a purple and white cloth to bind the head of a king. The idea was taken up by Alexander the Great, who made it a mark of his royal stature. Start here if you're looking for a wedding tiara or a tiara for any special occasion. You'll find tiaras of all types here, and they're sorted by style to help you find one that suits your tastes.
1) Tiaras with Heart Motifs
Tiaras with all sorts of heart motifs and in many different price ranges, including very economical styles. Styles range from very simple tiaras with subtle heart shapes in their design to heavier headpieces covered in hearts of all shapes and sizes.
2) Crystal Tiaras
Crystal tiaras are perfect when you want to sparkle in the spotlight. You'll see every type of style here, some quite subtle, but other larger versions that should put on quite a show when the light hits them.
3) Pearl Tiaras
Pearls are the perfect choice if it's elegance you're looking for. And don't worry, you can combine pearls and glitz if that's the right style for you.
4) Floral Tiaras
Tiaras with floral motifs, including some with graceful vines and flowers that intertwine for a vintage look.
5) Pave Tiaras
I had to include these, made with the pave technique, which places the gems, crystals or other decorative items side-by-side--like bricks in a paved road. The tiaras in this group are heavily laced with crystals and rhinestones, but you'll still find simple, elegant styles if that's more in line with your tastes.
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