There are many different kinds of engagement ring styles with different names for each, and some are named after the designer. Some designers will begin by drawing a design, and after your approval they will bring that drawling to life. In considering what kind of style to go for, different people from all walks of life have different choices and style of rings they would prefer. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, as they say. Pensacola jewelers offer many catalogs to look at in order for you to choose which style you like.
Whether you are a local or are vacationing from far away, the process of selecting the perfect, special, Pensacola engagement ring is not an easy task. This is indeed an expensive investment and it will last you a lifetime. It really does not matter whether you have a large budget or not — there are some mistakes that many people across the board make. If you want to buy a unique engagement ring, it is important to follow some simple guidelines that will help you to make the best purchase.
Congratulations! You are about to embark on one of the most joyous times in your life when you ask your soul mate to marry you. Of course, every proposal needs a stunning engagement ring to commemorate the occasion and to mark the beginning of a lifelong journey. While there are endless choices out there, we’re here to help you avoid making some common mistakes when you buy hers.
Congratulations to Jessica and Paul Hatcher! They were married recently in Greece and we had the privilege of making both of her rings, his ring, and the lovely necklace Jessica wore on their wedding day.
The finish refers to the overall sheen of the precious metal used in the band. Choosing a finish that matches the personality of the ring and your beloved gives you one more way to customize her engagement ring. Rings generally feature one of three different finishes.
Meet Bob and Cindy Murphy! Read their sweet JTS engagement story below. You don’t want to miss this one. Cindy, thank you for your service!
The “something borrowed” item in the wedding tradition of something old, new, borrowed and blue, represents the eternal bond you share with your family and friends, and how they’ll always be there if you need support anytime down the line.
Here are a few ideas from our ebook: Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue: A Guide for Those About to Say ‘I Do'”.
When you’re searching for the perfect wedding band to pair with your engagement ring, there are two ideas to keep in mind. The first is that there are no hard and fast rules for making your decision. Sure, there are some popular options, but there really is no right or wrong for making the perfect match. The second is the concept of “perfect” is in the eye of the beholder. That means if you like what you see, then go for it!While the choice is all yours, here are a few helpful aspects to consider.
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The “something blue” actually used to be the wedding dress, as it wasn’t until Queen Victoria donned her white gown that white become the color of choice. Blue wedding gowns had been all the rage as far back as the ancient Romans, when brides wore blue to symbolize purity, faithfulness, modesty and loyalty.
Here are a few of our ideas for your “something blue”:
As you prepare for you wedding day, here’s a sneak peak at some of what our ebook “Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue: A Guide for Those About to Say ‘I Do'” includes for your “something borrowed”.
Meet our friends, Tanner and Lauren, who recently got engaged! Read their JTS story below and send them congratulations!
Colorless diamonds have traditionally been the go-to gem for engagement rings, but nothing says all brides-to-be have to stick with tradition. A striking variety of colored gemstones are at your service, ready to give your ring a personalized pop. We picked 10 of our favorite colored gemstones you can use in the traditional diamond’s place for an eye-catching dash of style.
Even the most modest diamond packs a big punch if you choose the perfect setting in which to display it. In fact, every setting has its practical implications, just as it does flair. Some were created to make smaller stones look more impressive — others to help reinforce and stabilize the stone. Still other settings, such as estate or antique have been recreated to mimic a look from the past.
Before you invest in your perfect diamond, take time to envision it in all the available settings. You might be surprised at just how much the setting impacts the appearance of the ring.