Customize Your Own Wedding Headpiece- DIY Floral Crown Ideas

The Tiara is always been a symbol of royalty. Every woman wants to be a princess or queen on her big day. The precious jewels, crowns and tiaras are optional in this modern age. In ancient times tiaras were made up of leather or fabric and are blended with lot of jewels. It would have been very uncomfortable to wear but in old days heavy jewels were symbol of wealth and status of the one wearing it without caring for comfort.

In the modern world many brides choose to be as simple and comfortable as possible. Now-a-days, tiaras are very delicate and are adorned with simple light and comfortable jewels. Most recently the bridal tiara has evolved into a very simple and delicate accoutrement of a metal band adorned with crystals and pearls. This evolution has made it easy for every woman to wear tiara which so many women in the past could not afforded. Here are several unique ideas to make your own bridal headpiece that looks just as elegant as the jeweled crowns.

1.  Customized Rose Headpieces:

If you are nature lover and love roses, you can incorporate them artistically on your big day. Make a tiara out of roses and other flowers. It’s real simple. Take a metal wire; insert roses with great care to the wire from their middle. Twist the wire to have crescent shape.  It will turn into delicate, elegant and sophisticated handmade bridal headpiece. Wear it and keep beautiful flowers with you all the day on your wedding.

2.  Lace Head Pieces:

Just take your favorite lace and cut it into fine piece by enhancing particular shapes on the lace. If you have simple white floral lace, dye it in colors matching with your wedding dress. Fox this piece of lace on your head with underneath hair pins and hair studs.

3.  Crystal Headbands:

Crystals can catch the light, just like rhinestones, and other jewels.  All you need is a headband, silk fabric and few crystals. Glue together the crystals with the help of Gem-Tac Permanent Adhesive. Join the band with bobbi-pins at corners of the headpiece. You will look fabulous in this handmade silk crystal tiara. Take loads of photos of your wedding day look blow your pictures through best canvas prints to remember your wedding day for years to come.

4.  Beaded Tulle Headpiece:

Tulle is used extensively in bridal dresses, although you can incorporate the delicacy and softness of tulle in your wedding tiara or head piece. What you need to do this? It’s amazingly simple. Take piece of tulle and cut it according to your desired shape. Sew or glue beads on it randomly and add copper beads at the boundaries. Simply cover your head with this and tie it with crystal studs so that it fixes on your head.

This is how you can create your own wedding headpiece with just using your creativity. If you have any ideas share with us.

About the Author:

AtiqUr Rehman is an avid writer and fashion designer. He writes about handmade wedding dresses and jewels. DIY ideas related to fashion and home décor are his major domains of writing. Currently he is working with Canvasdesignz.

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