When planning a wedding, every aspect of it must be perfect or at least as close to perfect as possible. This special event only comes once in a person's life. As such, the couple can through many lengths to make each aspect go well with each other to present a common theme. It can be said that the wedding is more of the bride's event as she is being propped up to look the best that she can possibly can and more. She is meant to be the centerpiece of the wedding, with all other aspects meant to enhance and emphasize her beauty. What she wears during the event is of utmost importance.
The combination of the tiara, hairstyles and veil should go well with the dress, the theme of the wedding as well as the bride's personality. It may seem like a daunting task to accomplish as there are so many styles and details to consider. Brides need not get worried. Here are a few suggestions when combining the three.
An updo is one of most traditional and commonly used tiara hair styles for a wedding. Updo hairstyles are stunning and also provide a good foundation for the tiara and veil to be placed on. There is a wide variety of options with regards to updo hairstyles: loose wavy locks, tight or loose curls, braids, twists and many more. With using the updo, it is essential that the hair must be pulled off and away from the shoulder and secured tightly behind the head. The tiara can then be placed at the top with the veil attached behind or in front of the updo.
Another popular choice for tiara hair is to just leave the hair down. Curls or loose waves can be added to make the look more sophisticated. However, it is important to take note that leaving the hair down will make it more difficult to fasten wedding tiaras and veils when using this type of hairstyle. An expert hairstylist should be hired and consulted to achieve more stunning results as well as to make sure that the tiara and veil are attached securely. For brides intending to do their own hairstyles, there are other possible options. Some sources recommend making at least two curls by the crown of the bride's head using flat pins. The comb of the bridal veil should then be attached underneath the curls. This can then be pinned in place. By means of pins, the tiara can then be secured in place. Cover any exposed areas with strands of hair surrounding the tiara.
Brides who prefer leave their tiara hair style simple but away from the face can opt for a sideswept hairdo or placing a ponytail at the side. This hairstyle works best with brides that have long straight hair. Brides with shorter hairstyles can still choose to have this hairstyle during their wedding but will need to attach hair extensions to make this work. Curly extensions can be attached to add variety. Create some volume at the crown where the veil and tiara can be pinned in place.