The Impeccable Beauty of Vintage Style Wedding Tiaras
Throughout the decades, a vintage bridal tiara sitting elegantly atop an immaculately coiffed hairstyle has featured in the dreams of many brides. Once only associated with high society and aristocracy, this notable piece has become the must-have accessory to achieve exquisite bygone aisle style. Our collection takes inspiration from past eras. Whether you adore intricate Edwardian designs, the chic sophistication of Art Deco or the timeless charm of 1950s Old Hollywood, our treasure trove will take you on a journey back in time.
Our Bride Says... "This (Vintage Wreath) is an absolutely stunning tiara that can be worn either flat to the head like a headband or more upright like a classic piece. Looks like it could have been passed down as a heirloom. I wanted a softer vintage look to go with my simple Art Deco inspired gown and I stopped looking when I found this beauty." Jade
With our designs appearing on high profile TV series including Downton Abbey and Hollywood blockbusters, each piece has been created to resemble a family heirloom that has lovingly been handed down through the generations. Whether you adore timeless pearls, glistening Austrian crystals or a more muted sparkle to accessorise your antique bridal gown, our designs range from understated elegance to show stopping glamour.
Choosing a Vintage Tiara for Wedding Day Elegance
- The intricacy, detail and embellishment of Victorian and Edwardian crowns are renowned for their exquisiteness. Brides who adore the regal elegance of these eras should look for ornate scrolling, fleur de lys and pearl accents set in a silver or antique gold frame.
- The Art Deco movement of the late 1920s and 1930s saw the creation of some of the most stylish tiara designs in history. Go for Gatsby glamour on your special day and choose chic geometric lines and angular cut diamond detail worn tipping the forehead.
- The peak of the Golden Age of Hollywood, the 1940s and 1950s saw vintage tiaras for brides adorning Silver Screen Starlets in iconic films as well as on their wedding day. From Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday to Marilyn Monroe in We’re Not Married, unleash your inner movie star with a sparkling crystal or pearl creation.