Good news, everyone: you don't have to be royal to wear a tiara. In fact, tiaras have always been accessible to everybody -- as long as you have the money to buy one and a place to wear it. Plenty of non-royal guests sported tiaras at Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden's recent wedding. Here's a look at some of the diadems on display.
The women wearing black gowns with distinctive black and white sleeves are royal courtiers -- ladies-in-waiting and other members of the royal household. Many of the courtiers were also wearing tiaras
I believe the woman on the left is the head of the Queen's household, Kirstine von Blixen-Finecke
A delicate tiara of diamond daisies
An intriguing bandeau
A low-profile, modern diamond fringe