The perfect wedding crown is like the cherry on top. It adds a punch of finality to your wedding look and marks the moment with a touch of regal flair. And gone are the days when crowns and bridal tiaras were sparkly one-note designs! You can go boho, romantic, chic, or full regal. There are dainty vines of flowers and halo headbands — we even found a stunning bridal crown with a golden bee perched on the side! No matter your wedding day style, there is a crown to suit you well. Let’s jump into a few FAQs before we share our top picks. We’ll start with our favorite question:
Is it weird to wear a crown on your wedding day?
No, it isn’t weird to wear a bridal crown to your wedding! You do you. In fact, while it’s more of a fun accessory now, bridal crowns are more traditional than you might realize. Historically, brides all around the world wore crowns for various reasons to do with heritage, faith, and tradition.
How do I choose a wedding crown?
Just like any other accessory, the crown should complement the rest of your look. An ornate crown might be better suited for a minimal dress. And the opposite effect is also true: a show-stopper dress may be topped off with a daintier crown. (But also more is more and, again, you do you.) Regardless, you may want to go more low-key with jewelry that complements the crown.
Can you wear a veil with a crown?
Absolutely! We suggest you get your crown before veil shopping so that you can take it with you when you try on different options. Alternatively, you could rock the veil at the ceremony and switch to a crown for the reception. It’s a simple way to sport a second look without doing a total dress change.
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The Best Bridal Crowns for 2022 + 2023 Brides
Adele Circlet by Jennifer Behr
Adele can be worn at the top of the head or in the back — hello, versatility! The gold petals are meant to catch that lovely glimmer in your eye and it’s an über romantic option for a summer wedding.
Katie Tiara by Hushed Commotion
This marbled silk flower tiara was a finalist in Etsy’s 2021 Design Awards. It’s a STUNNER of a crown that can be worn at the back of the head or atop like this.
Golden Flora Crown by A’el Estë
This gilded golden crown is a sprightly, whimsical option where oddity meets lovely.
Farrah Crystal Wedding Tiara by Emma Katzka Bridal
This tiara is one of our favorite iterations on the gemstone + crystal trend. It almost has mermaid vibes, with each crystal so perfectly placed.
Ellerie Tiara by Jennifer Behr
The celestial trend is alive and well. This wedding tiara blends the classic stars with the halo style for a truly magical headpiece.
Iris Pearl Headband by Jennifer Behr
For the bride looking for a simple, classic option — you can’t go wrong with a string of pearls.
Florence Headband by Brides & Hairpins
The double pearl-stranded headband is another beautiful option and slightly more affordable.
Blanche Preserved Flower Crown by Les Couronnes de Victoire
Preserved flowers last forever! This is a great option if you want to wear a flower crown but you’ll be traveling or eloping in a national park where you can’t bring in fresh flowers.
Verbena Aphrodite by Verbena
Be the Goddess you are with this boho star-shaped crown, embroidered with natural raffia and petals at the base.
Galaxy Gold Bridal Halo Crown by Honey and Ember
This celestial crown is a classic favorite for good reason. With almost 400 5-star reviews, you can’t go wrong.
Classic Crystal Wedding Tiara by Dareth Colburn Designs
This is the most traditional crown on the list — and there’s nothing wrong with traditional when it’s this stunning!
Small Celestial Wedding Crown by Rachel Chaprunne
The individually placed sunbursts bring a boho feel to this crown.
Crystal Loops Floral Headband by David’s Bridal
This beautiful option channels Lord of the Rings vibes, no? Perfect for a little fantastical detail.
Crystal Teardrop Tiara by David’s Bridal
This teardrop wedding tiara is giving regal princess vibes…lean into it!
Wynne Tiara by Elizabeth Cole
This statement golden floral crown is embellished with Swarovski crystals.
Pearl and Leaf Wedding Crown by Michelle Pagonis Bridal
This unique crown places Swarovski pearls and metal leaves atop your tresses!
Boho Gold Halo Crown by Carbickova Crowns
Go FULL boho with this magical gold halo statement piece! It’s a look we loooove.
Golden Berries and Preserved Lunaria Bridal Crown by Hidden Botanics
This preserved flower crown is perfect for an outdoor spring wedding — and we love the unique mix of blooms and berries!
Suzette Headband by Jennifer Behr
Amanda Gorman made us all love a puffy headband and this gold iteration by Jennifer Behr is perfect for the wedding day.
Vara Halo by Twigs & Honey
This sparkly statement piece features a gorgeous mix of geometric Swarovski crystals.
Monroe Tiara by Jennifer Behr
This crown is just so sweet and stunning. The Monroe was inspired by actual royal crowns like the 1923 Lotus Flower Tiara, loved by Kate Middleton.
Preserved Flower Wedding Crown by Magaela Accessories
Here’s another stunning statement crown but this time, with preserved flowers! Arranged just so to create that regal-Goddess vibe.
Carlotta Tiara by Twigs & Honey
This one’s for the glam bride, no question. A regal option if there ever was one!