Engagement Rings

It is officially spring!

Which is a beautiful time when love is blooming and couples are taking that first step into their happily ever after together. Wedding band trends are changing this season as brides move from traditional bridal standards to reflect their own personality. This post shares some upcoming trends that are making a comeback, so if you and your fiance are shopping together this will introduce new styles for the season. If he is going in alone, send this to him as one of those not so sly hints us ladies are all guilty of leaving.

A solitaire engagement ring will always be in style, it is the most classic choice. Today, jewelers are seeing more brides put a twist on the classic style with stone shapes other than round and subtle diamond accents. Oval and radiant cut diamonds are becoming more popular, an ovals long shape is flattering on the hand and the radiant cut exhibits maximum sparkle. Hidden halos add an unique touch to a solitaire. A hidden halo wraps around the bottom of a stone, making it visible only from the side profile. It is a great accent to add for the classic bride who wants a hint of extra sparkle.

As the saying states, “what goes around comes around”. This is ringing true for this seasons new bridal trends. Victorian inspired rings are popping up more in jewelers’ shops. This style is perfect for the vintage bride who likes to sparkle. Victorian rings often have a single or double halo with rows or clusters of diamonds set in yellow gold. Another vintage style making a comeback is the Toi Et Moi style, it displays two stones set side by side. Toi Et Moi means ‘you and me’ and symbolizes the love between two partners. Many celebrities have been seen wearing this stunning vintage style. The most common stone combinations have been a diamond with an emerald, pearl, or sapphire. The Toi Et Moi is a romantic option for the couple who wants to show their love and have a beautiful piece to symbolize their partnership.