I embrace headpieces of all creeds and colours. Crowns especially. Princess Victoria of Sweden rocked a spectacular one on her wedding day.For my formal (prom) I fashioned myself a miniature top hat to wear.-Hannah
eew no mini top hats.
Eh, I designed my own dress which turned out to be quite a Moulin Rouge-esque costume, so I figured I may as well embrace it. Plus, I wasn't kidding about headpieces.Hannah
@Hannah PHOTO PLS?
Hah, while browsing for pictures of said top hat, I came across a picture of myself at a different formal, wearing a tiara. Have I no shame?!-Hannah
I loved my headpiece! Don't know how to send a photo, so I sent you an email! Liz
how do you not have a bracelets label? i'm having a bracelet emergency, damnit!
You may be onto something esb: http://thelane.com/the-guide/fashion/accessories/the-crown
It's a tradition in Orthodox weddings - my friend married a Macedonian and they had a traditional ceremony which involved bride and groom wearing crowns. it was both culturally interesting and totally rad!
I can not believe no one has mentioned this yet... But are you not the same person that has openly hated on the princess tiara bride???Ugh - I am so done with this blog. ESB is narcissistic and hypocritical. Nothing you write or post about is original anymore - just following the trend = Hipster.
I bought a Sumatran wedding headdress like so http://etsy.me/n6abln before I actually had my dress. It doesn't actually work with the real dress, but I maintain it was a good idea and would be a fun trend.I bought it from that Etsy shop, and the lady said modern Indonesian brides want crystal tiaras, so families are selling their heirloom crowns. Wedding gentrification in process.
Chillax @anon 6.03.Some crowns are very worth it. Most are not.
@anna and the ring <3