A Different Kind Of Love: Nontraditional Wedding Rings
December 26, 20172 min read
The end of the year is a time of reflection, resolution, and preparation for that new year fitness plan we never quite seem to follow through with. For some of us however, the final month of the year is an opportunity to ring in the new year with wedding bells. According to an article from Instoremag.com, a study found that 16% of all marriage proposals happen during the month of December, making it the most popular month of the year to pop the question!
So if you're preparing to ask for that special someone's hand in matrimony or maybe YOU are that special someone that's anxiously waiting for the time and place, you've probably spent hours searching high and low for the perfect ring. While on your hunt, consider veering off the path of the traditional solitaire diamond ring and shift towards something a little more unique and especially befitting for the future bride. Check out some of our favorite nontraditional wedding rings!
Diamond & Topaz
If you're looking for something a little more eccentric that still exhibits that "notice me" wedding ring motif, consider this stunning blue topaz ring bordered by 14K white gold diamonds. The transparent Cinderella blue hue in the topaz gemstone is the perfect accent color to any white wedding gown.
Tiffany & Co. Double Loving Heart
Sometimes you want something different but just can't help but return to Tiffany. If that's the case, look into this Tiffany & Co. Double Loving Heart ring from the Paloma Picasso collection. With an 18K white gold band with two hearts molded into an infinity loop adorned by pave diamonds, the piece is a unique and constant reminder of two hearts bound together in endless love.
Ruby & Diamond
Go for something sultry and wonderfully ostentatious and invest in this 18K yellow gold ring with diamond accents bordering a vibrant ruby gemstone. This ring is especially suitable for the lucky lady who enjoys making a statement and fully embraces her obsession with the finer things in life.
Tiffany & Co. Rubellite Sugar Stack Ring
If your future fiancé always seems to feel prettiest in pink, we recommend taking another look at the Paloma Picasso collection for this rubellite Sugar Stack ring. The dainty 18K gold band with a rubellite tourmaline center stone gives off that contempo-luxe vibe that your off-beat bride-to-be will absolutely adore. If this ring is any indication of how lavish the wedding ceremony will be, don't forget to include us on the guest list!
So, are you more of the traditional wedding ring type or do you like the idea of something a little off the grid? What's your favorite gemstone? Share with us in the comments below!