Empress Joséphine's Emerald Tiara - fitting for the wedding of the heir, wouldn't you say? Princess Märtha Louise (right) wore King Olav's Gift Tiara (a gift to her for her 18th birthday from her grandfather, King Olav), though obviously the real jewel of discussion here is that necklace. I think she was concerned that the reception wasn't going to rock hard enough, so she brought her own disco ball. Just in case.
Look! It's Máxima's first tiara appearance (left)! History in the making, and she wasn't even a princess yet. Love it. She wore the Antique Pearl Tiara, sans pearls - an understated choice for a not-quite-princess. Princess Laurentien (right) was new to tiara appearances as well at this point, being a newlywed. She wore the Ears of Wheat Tiara in a fashion that I think makes her head look unduly square. Not a fan, I'm afraid.
Belgian Scroll Tiara, while Grand Duchess Maria Teresa (center) wore the Pearl and Diamond Choker Tiara. Princess Sibilla (right) wore a tiara of her own possession, her Art Deco Tiara. I have a desperate need for her to show up at more tiara events so I can see it more; it's a crime to keep things like this hidden away. (This is the second setting we've seen it in, by the way: she wore the smaller setting to Princess Alexandra's wedding.)
Mellerio Floral Tiara, and the Countess of Wessex (right) wore her wedding tiara. It's not my favorite piece, Sophie's tiara - but at the time, it was her only option. What are ya gonna do?
Which is your favorite tiara appearance here?