When you’re shopping for wedding bands, one of the first decisions you need to make is which metal you’d like your rings to be. But, how do you decide? Here’s the scoop on four popular metals to help you pick the one that’s best for you.
Yellow, White and Rose Gold
Gold is the most popular Read More
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When couples set out to find their wedding rings, they usually have at least a vague idea of what they want. Maybe they know which metal or which design, but there are always the questions: Which metal is best for my wedding ring? Will the ring I choose today still delight me in forty Read More
The 0.95 Carat Swirl Diamond Engagement Ring is a top choice this year, not only because it’s simply stunning, but because it incorporates three prominent trends in wedding jewelry. In no way trendy or time-stamped, this ring features the most forward elements in style and jewelry technique.
Design. Read More
With Spring’s warm weather comes one of nature’s most stunning gifts - flowers. The delicate, otherworldly blossoms spring from the barren ground each year symbolizing renewal, hope and beauty in nature. The symbolic connotations of the beautiful flower make it the ideal symbol for a wedding band Read More
Originally referred to as the "poor man's platinum", white gold was first invented after World War I as an alternative its more expensive counterpart, platinum. This set into motion the Art-Deco white jewelry trends of the period.
Unlike, platinum, however, white gold has to be "rhodium plated" in Read More
In an industry that became completely extravagant and over-the-top, more and more couples are calling for a return to simplicity. What started in the 1980s with cupcake dresses, 20-inch bridal bouquets and poofy sleeved fuschia bridesmaid gowns is thankfully becoming subdued. In its place, a more modern Read More
When browsing for wedding bands the first attribute most consumers look for is comfort. It's an important factor because a wedding band is like a component of your body, you have to wear it every day and it represents a pledge not only to your significant other, but also to God. Apples of Gold Read More