Planning to propose (or to be proposed to, ladies)? Picking out a ring can be a tough decision – after all, having a ring that is timeless, lovely, and of good quality is important. The bride will wear it on her finger for a lifetime! When making that decision, choosing earth mined diamond engagement rings that are natural is definitely a smart way to go, which is why I partnered with Primestyle to show you how easy it can be!
Not only are these rings natural, but they are sourced right from the manufacturer, which ultimately saves you money! And if you don’t love the ring (I hope you do!), there is a 30-day guarantee – what a way to have confidence in purchasing! Ok, now on to a few of my favorite styles.
Earth Mined Diamond Engagement Rings
There’s nothing as classic and timeless as a statement, single diamond. That’s what I received years ago (although mine is a marquis – hello ’90s – ha!), but I love how a solitaire can have such longevity in style. Gorgeous!
If a single diamond isn’t right for her hand, why not consider a more subtle option of stones aligned in sequence on a band? A larger center stone is flanked by two smaller stones to create a beautiful style.
Uniquely Set Rings
Seeking something with a bit more flair? Why not consider a creatively designed ring? Combinations of large and small diamonds can be so flattering for a hand – and extra sparkly, too. Stunning!
Wedding Bands and Sets
Once the engagement ring has been purchased, it’s time to think about…the wedding band! It’s best to have one that beautifully complements the engagement ring yet can also stand on its own. Dainty rings with smaller stones are my favorite! Purchasing one that is designed to go with the engagement ring is a smart idea, too.
Are you here and already have your wedding and engagement rings? Well, why not consider beautiful diamond jewelry as an anniversary gift? After all, diamonds are a girl’s best friend. From bracelets and necklaces to earrings and more subtle rings, there are a lot of choices to be made.
And here is a peek at a few more beauties! Oh, and if you need a place to hold your ring while you aren’t wearing it, just check out this post here.
header photo by Hope Toadvine Photography