Wednesday 17 July 2019

How to Design A Unique Engagement Ring for Your Partner

Designing a one-of-a-kind engagement ring is the perfect way to make your proposal extra special! There is nothing better than having a unique, personalized engagement ring to express your love for your bride-to-be. However, there are a few things that you should keep in mind before heading towards designing your engagement ring and we’re here to help!

Plan Ahead
There are many factors that go into designing your own engagement ring and you absolutely do not want to rush any of it. Give yourself at least a couple months from the day you start to research about custom engagement rings to the day you want to propose. It will take you a while to decide on a design and about six weeks for the ring to arrive. Before getting into the process, figure out your budget so that it’s clear how much you can spend on the setting, diamond, and design.

Take Hints from Her Style
Before designing an engagement ring for your partner you need to be sure of what she likes. Take a look at the jewelry that she already has and there is a good chance that you will notice a pattern. Ask yourself: Are these pieces more modern or classic? Are they heavy or delicate? Do these designs look feminine and traditional or more abstract? Are most of them gold or silver? With a little brainstorming and effort, you may just create the perfect engagement ring!

Know About The 4Cs
The GIA created the 4Cs  to make diamond shopping more practical and simpler. The 4Cs basically are the color, cut, carat and clarity of a diamond. A good purchasing decision will come down to your knowledge about these important details. A good quality diamond reflects light in the best possible ways and does not contain any visible flaws. To design a magnificent engagement ring you need to read all about the 4Cs!

Attention to Detail
The setting is one of the most important details on an engagement ring. Where and how the diamond is placed determines the whole look and feel of the engagement ring. For example, you can enhance the optical size of the diamond by choosing a thinner band. Also, the metal you choose for your ring plays a big part. Diamonds reflect what is around of them, so if you choose yellow gold for your ring, the diamond will pick up some of that yellow. That's not a bad thing, necessarily. A diamond with a warm undertone like a K or an M color grade diamond will look great in a yellow gold setting. Make sure you pay attention to the little details!

Happy Designing!


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