If you’re like me, you have some friends that mean a lot to you, but sometimes it’s hard to come up with gift ideas. A new option? A friend diamond ring. Since the blockbuster feature film, Titanic, captured hearts, many fans have been rooting for co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet to get together in […]Continue reading
The wedding industry has shifted during the pandemic – and that comes to trends as specific heart-shaped diamond rings.
As someone who’s written for the bridal industry, I was interested to see what changes might happen. The wedding industry, which is reported to be worth $73 billion, is always interesting to watch. Some of the changes, reported by the Seattle Times, are ones that are easy to predict.
For instance, several tiered cakes are being swapped in favor of more modest cakes – likely due to both changes in restrictions for social gatherings and more scaled back weddings altogether. Another trend? More and more brides are open to searching for the best places to find wedding dresses online, as opposed to in-person shopping.
The Marquise cut, also known as the Navette, resembles the hull of a ship. This is why it’s known as the Navette cut or little boat. This beautiful elongated cut makes a smaller diamond look quite large. For the money, you’re getting an elegant diamond that looks larger than other diamonds of similar weight. Fun […]Continue reading
No matter if you’re following the Meaghan Markle and Prince Harry feud between the Royal Family and the British tabloids, the couple is ever-present in the news. Now that includes a signature gemstone and diamond cocktail ring, sure to provide ideas for jewelry for special occasions or even a unique take on engagement rings.
Meghan Markle, who often uses fashion to make social and political statements, aired with Prince Harry on Spotify, wowing in a playful Oscar de la Renta peplum hem dress with large print citrus fruit. While most eyes may have been initially of this plucky dress, what is now capturing attention is the cocktail ring she wore–not only for its style but also for its symbolism.
The pink sapphire cocktail ring features an ethically sourced center stone with accent diamonds,Continue reading
There are few accessories as iconic as diamond earrings. From red carpet events to walking down the aisle, diamond earrings have long been a favorite in the fashion world and for brides. But the process of purchasing diamond earrings has notable changed, with more opting to buy online. Not long ago, buying something as precious […]Continue reading
We’ve covered inexpensive wooden rings for those couples who want to be eco-friendly and invest their money in other things like the wedding itself or their future with a new home and a family. In this post, we’ll be covering our favorite expensive wooden wedding and engagement rings with diamonds. These are lovely rings with […]Continue reading
On Love You Tomorrow, we talk a lot about the solitaire engagement ring that he’ll pick when he asks you to be his wife. When it comes to wedding bands, you’ll need to find one that matches with the current style he chose. While you could entirely replace the ring he chose with a set […]Continue reading
The pear shape diamond cut is known as a modified brilliant cut diamond, which is a combination of two different cuts. Those cuts are the marquise cut and the round brilliant. It combines the best of both cuts into an interesting diamond shape. Pear shape diamonds have to be evenly cut since the parts of […]Continue reading
This isn’t a cut that’s been around for hundreds of years. It’s only with the recent use of computers and laser cutting that heart shaped cuts have become more common. The heart cut actually starts as a pear cut that is modified at the top with a cleft. It’s a great ring for a woman […]Continue reading
One of the most important decisions you’ll make pertaining to your wedding or engagement ring will be the one that connects your stone to your band – the setting. Making your way through the masses of settings can be a confusing and overwhelming fear that adds additional and unnecessary stress to planning your big day, […]Continue reading