Elsa's Tiara is the tiara Elsa briefly wears after she is crowned queen of Arendelle in Disney's 2013 animated feature film Frozen. Following the revelation of her powers to her kingdom, Elsa flees to the North Mountain, where she decides to live a new life in self-isolation and discards several of her accessories, including her tiara.
Elsa's tiara first appears in the Arendelle chapel during Elsa's coronation, when the bishop places it on her head. She keeps the tiara on afterwards until she flees Arendelle to the North Mountain and sings "Let It Go". During the song, Elsa creates her ice palace and discards the tiara after she discards her remaining glove and cape.
During the post-credits scene, Marshmallow limps his way back into the ice palace (after having earlier fallen down the mountain ravine while battling Hans and Arendelle's royal guards) and finds the tiara on the floor after he steps on it. He then picks it up, puts it on his head, and sighs happily, content with his new role as the ruler of the palace.
- During "Let It Go", Elsa discards her remaining glove, cape, and tiara because she views them as restrictions and tie-ins to the responsibilities she no longer wants. Her glove represses her magic, her cape represents her authority over others as the queen, and her tiara represents her title as queen.
- Frozen Fever is the only Frozen media where Marshmallow doesn't wear the crown.