Best Wedding Ring Styles for Active Couples

To help avoid the devastation of damaging or losing a wedding ring, we’ve come up with a few tips to keep in mind when active couples decide it’s time to choose an engagement or wedding rings.

A Quick Guide to Colored Diamonds

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What if you could own something rarer than a diamond? It is possible — making up less than .1% of the world’s mined diamonds, colored diamonds are harder to come by than white diamonds.

Choosing the Right Engagement Ring Style

Make the moment even more special by proposing with an engagement ring that embodies your partner’s personality and style. She will be amazed by how much thought you put into finding the perfect ring completely unique to her!

Why Cut a Diamond to Look Like an Emerald?

But why shape a diamond like a completely different stone? As it turns out, there are many good reasons! So, let’s dive into what an emerald cut is and what it isn’t.

Retro Revival: Why the Cushion Cut Diamond is Back

This tried-and-true cut has been around for centuries. In fact, the famous Hope Diamond, a massive 45.52 carat cushion cut, is nearly 400 years old. But you don’t have to visit an antique jewelry shop to find one of these beautiful cushion cut gems. Lately, they’re making quite the comeback, particularly in engagement rings.

A Guide to Gold Jewelry: 14, 18, 22, or 24 Karat Gold?

If you’re not a jewelry connoisseur, it’s easy to be confused by words like ‘karat’ and ‘carat’. Both are a form of measurement in the jewelry industry, but what’s being measured is very different. Carats are used to describe the weight of diamonds and other precious gemstones. In this case, however, we’ll be delving into the term karat, or the measure of purity when referring to gold, as well as which karat of gold would be best for you.

6 Thoughtful Ways To Propose

To help get the creative proposal juices flowing, we’ve made a quick list of thoughtful ways to pop the question. Don’t be afraid to add your own twist to these ideas to make them even more meaningful and memorable to you and your bride-to-be. Good luck!