Happy Valentine’s Day! According to a recent survey by U.K. event planning website Chilisauce, Valentine’s Day was only barely edged out by Christmas Eve as the top day for marriage proposals. In fact, a full 30 percent of respondents cited February 14th as the best day of the entire year for popping the question.
Thanks to all of those proposals, today is a day when many start to think about wedding rings. Heart wedding bands and bridal sets that feature the timeless emblem of love are especially romantic picks, regardless of whether the question was popped on Valentine’s Day.
Heart-shaped stones are a simple but always lovely way to give your wedding jewelry an extra dose of romantic symbolism. For instance, the Heart Shaped 0.75 Carat Diamond Solitaire Engagement Set proudly displays a glittering three-quarter carat diamond that’s been skillfully cut into a shape that communicates affection in an instant. This glittering heart rises elegantly above the engagement ring in this pair, overlooking matching bands of smooth, polished 14K white gold. If you prefer, this engagement ring and wedding band set is also available in 14K yellow gold, 14K rose gold and 18K gold, as well as in platinum or with a larger stone by request.
The Eternal Heart Wedding Band Ring in 14K Rose and White Gold allows your message of love to stand out thanks to the contrast between two gleaming metals. On-trend rose gold serves as the foundation for this style, providing a backdrop and edges with a pinkish gleam. This warmly-glowing metal hugs a never-ending ring of sculpted, polished hearts that nestle side by side as they surround the wearer’s finger with a message of affection.
A number of Apples of Gold’s Celtic wedding bands provide a unique twist on the symbol of love and the Purple Celtic Heart Love Knot Wedding Band Ring is an eye-catching example. This 7mm-wide band is crafted from titanium, a metal with superior strength, making it an emblem of the fortitude of your love. Adorning its shining, flat outer surface is a purple titanium oxide inlay that forms a seamless Celtic knot motif of connected hearts. It’s an ideal way to declare that you love will never end.
Heart wedding rings are unmistakable emblems of love, not only on February 14, but every day of the year! These bands are fitting ways to celebrate that when you find that one special someone, every day is Valentine’s Day.