5 Royal Wedding-Worthy Crowns We Spotted at NYBFW

Any of these dazzling tiaras would make Meghan Markle sparkle on her big day!

Although it is not mandatory, the majority of brides who marry a royal wear a tiara on their big day. While we are anxiously awaiting the reveal of Meghan Markle's wedding dress, we also can't wait to see what glittering accessories she dons when she marries Prince Harry on May 19. Here, see crowns we spotted at New York Bridal Fashion Week that we think are worthy of Windsor Castle. 

1. Floral-accented Crown
This dramatic Morilee by Madeline Gardner crown features three-dimensional florals and is perfect for a spring wedding. Although much more delicate, there is a floral tiara part of the Crown Jewels. The Strathmore Rose Tiara was gifted to the Queen Mother on her wedding day in 1923 and later passed on to Queen Elizabeth II. Meghan would look beautiful in this bedazzled floral accessory, but we think that if she chooses to wear a tiara she'll opt for something more modern. 

morilee by madeline gardner crown

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2. Curved Tiara
The curved edges at the top of this tiara we spotted at the Theia Couture show are reminiscent of Princess Diana's famous "Spencer Tiara" that she wore when she married Prince Charles in 1981. If Meghan chooses to wear the Spencer Tiara it would be a touching tribute to her late mother-in-law. 

theia wedding dress and crown

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3. Pearl Tiara
Pearls have been a favorite of monarchs for centuries, and this tiara from Bel Aire Bridal adds just the right amount of sparkle to a wedding updo. Since Meghan has characterized her wedding style as simple and elegant, the subtle shine of a pearl tiara may be the perfect match for her wedding-day ensemble. 

moonlight bridal bel aire tiara
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4. Ruby Tiara
The ruby encrusted crown from Judy & Madeline we ogled at the Maggie Sottero Designs presentation would definitely get the royal seal of approval. For her wedding day in 1947, Queen Elizabeth II was given almost 100 Burmese rubies and had them made into a tiara in 1973.

maggie sottero wedding gown with ruby crown

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5. Crystal Tiara
This regal style from the Romona Keveza Collection was inspired by Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where Queen Elizabeth II goes on holiday each summer. While a completely crystal-encrusted crown may be too over the top for Meghan's taste, we would love to see her in this sparkling look. 

romona keveza crown
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Tell Us: Would you wear one of these dazzling crowns on your big day?  

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