Tiaras and Crowns

Price
Stone
David's Bridal Regal Crown

David's Bridal

regular price $159.95
David's Bridal Cubic Zirconia Floral Tiara

David's Bridal

sale price $109.99
reg regular price $159.95

Sale save 31%

David's Bridal Crystal Teardrop Tiara

David's Bridal

regular price $69.95
David's Bridal Bride-To-Be Tiara

David's Bridal

sale price $19.99
reg regular price $29.95

Sale save 33%

David's Bridal Swirled Crystal Vine Tiara

David's Bridal

regular price $129.95

Tiaras and Crowns

Wedding tiaras are one of the most sparkling parts of a bride's wedding ensemble. David's Bridal has bridal tiaras of diamonds, pearls, and gemstones that can coordinate with the bride's other hair accessories or they can be worn as a singular and spectacular piece. Shopping for a glittering tiara? You'll find all the bride hair accessories and extras you need to give any gown or dress that certain something extra. Here, you'll find dozens of possibilities that will give your look a touch of royalty with pearls, crystal, gold, gemstones, and more. Whether your wedding-day style is elegant and understated or unique and eclectic, David's Bridal's tiaras are the stuff of dreams.

How much is a tiara for a wedding? The average cost for a wedding tiara is $50 to $1500, depending on the materials used and the level of intricacy. At David's Bridal, wedding tiaras and crowns start at $69 and go up to $155, with the average cost being $122.
What do tiaras symbolize? Crowns and tiaras have long been a symbol of royalty, with kings, queens, princes, and princesses wearing them. When brides wear a tiara, the accessory gives their look a regal vibe.
Do brides wear headpieces? Brides often wear tiaras, crowns, clips, or combs in their hair to complete their look and give it a pretty, polished touch.
Why do quinceañeras wear tiaras? The quinceañera wears a tiara to symbolize that she is a princess who triumphed over childhood with the power and grace to face the challenges ahead. The crowining of the quinceañera is done either by her parents or godparents during a ceremony at the reception.