When it comes to "something borrowed," royals just do it best. Among British royals, wedding traditions include the bride-to-be wearing a tiara on her big day—and it's not your average hair accessory.
While tiaras are known to be blinged-out with diamonds, there's a sentimental value involved, too. Almost every piece in the royal vault has a history that can be traced back to its original owner, or in some cases, the original necklace or brooch that it's been crafted from. Oftentimes, daughters choose to wear the same tiara that their mother did on her own royal wedding day. And if you're really lucky, a bride that marries into the royal family is sometimes gifted a tiara by her new in-laws (talk about "something new" goals!). It's a family tradition that goes beyond dozens of sparkly diamonds.
Below, we're taking a look back at some of the most iconic royal wedding tiaras throughout history.