Trend Alert: Colored Engagement Rings

Hello Beauties

It is engagement season and there is always a lot of chatter about the latest engagement ring styles this time of year.  In the past, the cushion cut was most coveted, then we saw the pave halo make a big comeback.  This year it is all about the colored engagement ring.  Anybody, who’s anybody has a colored engagement ring – Just ask HRH Duchess of Cambridge herself, Kate Middleton.

Colored Engagement Rings, Wedding Planning

Yellow Ring via Brides | Aquamarine Ring via The Diamond Alternative | Yellow and Pink Ring via Engagement Ring Settings | Morganite Ring via Etsy | Amethyst Ring  via Bridal Guide | Blue Sapphire Ring via Brilliant Earth | Ruby Ring via Majesty Diamonds | Emerald Ring via Angara

Colored engagement rings are fashion forward and will let the personality of the bride shine.  There are many different gemstones to choose from, such as, Ruby, Emerald, Sapphire, Morganite (my favorite),  Aquamarine, Topaz and many more.  Another great thing about colored engagement rings is that you will be able to get a much bigger stone for the amount you decide to spend.  So if size matters, then this will be the way to go.

If you still need another reason to go the colored route, gemstone engagement rings are typically not part of the “Blood Diamond” trade, making them more likely to be conflict free.

Be sure to check out my Colored Engagement Ring Pinterest Board for even more sparkly inspiration!

Call (310-465-7969) or Email me MLMWorldwideLLC [at] gmail [dot] com to schedule a free consultation today- especially since I am offering

Engagement Season Special Pricing


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