How to Make Beaded Wedding Tiaras

Updated July 20, 2017

Weddings are an ideal way to be creative and show your own style. There are a number of ways to design the perfect accessories for the big day--especially the tiara. You can make your own beaded wedding tiara in a day. It can be simple or elaborate; it's your choice for your big day. You can make beaded wedding tiaras out of any type of bead you choose. This makes it easier for you to match your wedding colours perfectly.

Cut the .44mm wire into 6-inch pieces. Determine the design of the tiara and how many points you will need on the tiara to create the design. The number of points will determine how many wire pieces you'll need.

Bend the wires in half.

Glue the bended wire onto the tiara base with one end of the wire on the front of the base and the other end on the back of the base.

Glue the beads onto the wire.

Grab the tip of each wire with the small round nose pliers and gently twist them.

Place both ends on either side of the crimp bead to keep the beads from falling off and thread them through.

Repeat step 6 until all wires have the crimp bead on them.

Either keep the wires straight or shape them into your own design using the round nose pliers.

Things You'll Need

  • Tiara base
  • .44mm silver or gold plated wire
  • Beads
  • Small round nose pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Crimp beads
  • Cool glue gun
Cite this Article A tool to create a citation to reference this article Cite this Article

About the Author