Dripping Diamonds: Each Impeccable Tiara Seen At The Royal Marriage ceremony Of Crown Prince Hussein And Rajwa Al Saif
The wedding celebrations of Crown Prince Hussein and Princess Rajwa Al Hussein in Jordan continued on Thursday night with a grand state banquet. It looked like there was one essential dress code at the ceremony, and everyone got the memo: tiaras fit for royaltyWith tiaras adorning every regal head, it was clear that this celebration was a testament to the timeless allure and glamour of the royal tiara tradition. Below, see every dazzling tiara that was seen at the royal wedding.
Princess Rajwa Al hussein
For the ceremony at Zahran Palace, Princess Rajwa chose an exquisite modern bridal gown by Lebanese designer Elie Saab. However, it was only fitting that the new Princess had changed into a second gown for the official wedding reception at Al Husseiniya Palace. Her custom Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda ballgown featured layered and embroidered floral-like patterns, adorned with a deep neckline. However, it was her tiara that truly captured the attention, as it held a secret message. The exquisite headpiece featured stylised Arabic calligraphy delicately inscribed with the words “Rajwatun min Allah,” meaning “A prayer answered by God.” This phrase had previously been used by Queen Rania, who referred to Rajwa as a ‘prayer answered from God’ in an Instagram post celebrating the couple’s engagement.
Queen Rania wore her Arabic Scroll Tiara for the banquet and secured her order sash with a diamond crown brooch, adding an extra touch of regal splendor to her ensemble.
Princess Iman & Princess Salma
Princess Iman wore the same diamond tiara from Chaumet that she wore for her own royal wedding in March. Princess Salma borrowed Queen Rania’s Boucheron Bracelet Tiara for the banquet, exuding elegance and a touch of royalty.
princess of wales
Among the illustrious guests, the Princess of Wales made a striking entrance, adorned with Queen Mary’s Lover’s Knot Tiara, she exuded grace and timeless beauty. Not only that, but she also unveiled the Greville Chandelier Earrings at the banquet.
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands wore a smaller setting of the Stuart Tiara for the banquet, emanating refinement and majesty.
Princess Amalia of the netherlands
Princess Amalia sparkled in the Ruby Peacock Tiara for the first time.
Queen Sofia of Spain
Queen Sofia of Spain made her first tiara appearance in almost a decade, wearing the Niarchos Rubies, adding a timeless allure to her ensemble.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden sparkled in the Boucheron Laurel Wreath Tiara, adorned with the earrings and brooch from the Bernadotte Emerald Suite.
Source: Prestige Online