Perfect 3 Stone Engagement Rings

Three stone engagement rings are one of my favorite classic engagement ring silhouettes. Actually, I’ll come right out and say it: it’s my favorite. I did have a love affair with a particular 7 carat fancy yellow radiant cut solitaire, set in bright polish yellow gold with 4 claw prongs. But can you blame me? 7 carats people. And you know how I feel about fancy yellows. Anyway, my own ring is a three stone, with an oval center and fancy yellow half moons. It’s something I never would have expected to fall in love with (I’ve told you about Perfect Read More →

It’s Your Story

It’s the beginning. It’s every time you re-wrote the rule book. It’s the uphill climb. It’s the late nights that turned into watching the sunrise. It’s that you once thought only about where you want to go, but now you have someone who makes you care about how you get there. It’s the feeling like you’ve finally met your match. It’s the new and beautiful desire to make someone else happy, that makes you happier than you could ever imagine. It’s refusing to settle for the status quo. It’s the beauty of the unknown, the daring to dream, the deep breath before you Read More →

Rose Gold Halo Rings That Will Take Your Breath Away

Rose gold halo rings continue to climb higher on the Billboard Hot List of engagement ring trends. This gorgeous and romantic combination appeals to brides who just can’t quit halos, but want something a bit more unique. Enter rose gold halo rings! A dose of pink makes everything better, and these engagement rings are no exception. Turning a setting rose gold instantly gives the ring a totally different feel. Whereas a halo in white metal like white gold or platinum looks modern and glamorous, rose gold rings add warmth and vintage sensibility. Rose gold, like white gold and even yellow gold, Read More →

East West Engagement Rings

Let’s talk about East West engagement rings! This style of engagement ring refers to how the center stone is set. Instead of vertically, an elongated fancy shape diamond – think oval, emerald cut, marquise, radiant, pear shape etc. – is set horizontally. You most commonly see this style with symmetrical elongated shapes, but I included pear shaped because I’ve seen some really cool bezel set East West engagement rings by Catbird floating around on Pinterest, and it’s a great style for brides who want something totally unexpected. Fancy shapes, I’m not sure if I’ve written about here (though I have Read More →

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