Tiara by Jennifer Behr. Dress by Jenny Packham. All from White Toronto. Photo by Alvaro Goveia. Hair and makeup by Michelle Rosen. Styling by Tara Williams.

Go for the goddess look by choosing a sparkling and subtle tiara that blends perfectly with a pretty demi-updo. We think this idea is a beautiful 2016 update of Kate Middleton’s dazzling royal wedding look.

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At Marchesa’s Fall 2016 bridal show, the models were blinged to the max with a mix of statement accessories. These included glorious, bejeweled tiaras perched atop perfectly braided updos. We love the more-is-more vibe!

Photo via Keren Wolf.

If you prefer your tiara a little less blingy, but equally stunning, consider a design comprised of rows of delicate flowers like this rose gold-toned one from designer Keren Wolf.

Photo by Whitney Heard.

For a boho spin on the traditional tiara, the halo crown is the perfect choice. This gold and pearl beaded beauty by Toronto-based designer Blair Nadeau is absolutely ethereal.

Photo via Jennifer Behr.

Perfect for a summer garden wedding, this floating design by Jennifer Behr represents new tiara modernity: it’s the perfect combination of feminine, sparkly, sexy and subtle. Pair it with a minimally-detailed dress and this accessory truly shines.