Posted March 15, 2012 by Jim Vacey in Marriage

Engagement Rings to Compliment your Wedding Gown

Your future husband has proposed and the engagement ring you now have on your finger will characterize the eternal love you both have for one another. The issue is that you think the ring is dreadful. The diamond doesn’t meet the best of the four C’s, the band is a metal that you are allergic to and doesn’t fit and the engraving is ungrammatical; even worse, is you don’t think it will go with any wedding gown known to man. What do you do?

For starters, locating the engagement ring that you like can take some time. You could start looking for a wedding gown now but the ring should really make an impression that compliments the gown and the bride. Setting some time to look at different engagement ring styles should be an initial priority. Begin with the jeweler the first ring was purchased from. At least you will be able to get a discount if not a refund on the ring that you choose.

As far as designs of ring, there are plenty of engagement rings to choose from. From Tacori to Mark Schneider, your options are endless. The style of ring that you choose can be a central diamond setting with a simple band of silver, gold (white and or yellow), diamond crusted or not and so forth. Each and every ring stylist has a different design method but most dealers will have the rings available to order if not on hand.

For instance, spanning four decades, Tacori designs have fused classic elegance with modern inspiration, creating some of the world’s most highly regarded and beautiful jewelry. Handcrafted in California, these remarkably detailed rings and fine jewelry pieces become the perfect piece for a Maggie Sattero; long sleeve and flowing white.

Your wedding should be ideal. From the wedding gown to the engagement ring and the cake to the limo driver, your wedding should go off without a hitch. Now you just have to figure out how to do this without upsetting your future husband.

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Jim Vacey