New York Bridal FASHION WEEK April2018
Crowns, halos, tiaras, diadems: these royal accessories were all over the New York Bridal Fashion Week runways. And why wouldn't they be? After all, many have been wondering about whether or not Meghan Markle will borrow a sparkling tiara from the queen's vault for her May 19th nuptials like her soon to be sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, did for her wedding. Royal tradition states that all brides should wear a tiara on their wedding day, whether they borrow it from the queen or borrow them from their families.
The most well-known example of a royal bride wearing her own tiara was none other than Prince Harry's mother, Princess Diana, who wore the Spencer Family tiara when she wed Prince Charles in 1981.
We're definitely hoping Meghan takes the opportunity to wear one of these coveted accessories on the day she officially becomes a royal.
Want to bring a princess vibe to your own wedding? We've tracked down 10 gorgeous tiaras and crowns fit for a royal-inspired celebration.
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