Traditional Engagement Rings vs. Unique Engagement Rings
Traditional vs. Unique Engagement Rings
So what do we mean when we say 2 basic categories? We mean that one of the first decisions that will be going through your mind, is whether you want a more traditional look to your engagement ring, or whether you prefer one that is very unique. In other words, would you prefer an engagement ring that is more common, simple, plain or traditional? Or do you want your engagement ring to be unique, different, original, out of the ordinary, or custom?
Simple, Plain, Traditional, Common:
One of the best examples of this type of engagement ring would be a solitaire diamond ring. This means that you are only interested in a plain gold, palladium, platinum band with one center diamond, like a Tiffany style solitaire, Cathedral Solitaire, or a Trellis Solitaire. No other diamonds whatsoever. Another classic style is the traditional 3 stone ring. If this is the type of engagement ring that you prefer, then unique engagement rings are probably not your style. Although your engagement ring may not be “unique”, you can always add a little flare with your wedding band.
One of a kind, Original, Out of the ordinary, Custom:
If your preference falls in to this category, then you are probably searching for unique engagement rings. Since the design of this setting can be very original, there are numerous styles that you might find appealing. Although we specialize in designing and manufacturing many unique settings, perhaps one of our most unique is the Blooming Beauty Flower Collection. This gorgeous flower ring collection is available in several unique styles and all of them can be further customized to suit your personal taste and budget.
Unique Flower Rings – Beautiful Lotus Rings
The Crimson Rose is one of our newest editions to the Flower and Lotus Engagement Ring Collection.
Money Saving Tip / Stylish Trends
One of the hottest trends right now is using Gemstones or Birthstones, instead of a center diamond. Blue Sapphires have become particularly popular since the wedding of Prince William and Princess Kate. But if your personal style falls somewhere in the middle of Unique versus Traditional, using your birthstone instead of a center diamond in your engagement ring is a great way to personalize any type of engagement ring.