Steps to Choosing Your Engagement Ring to Pop the Question!

Let’s be honest: it’s that time in your life where you’re saying to yourself “I want to propose”. You’ve been talking about it with your partner for some time now. You both agreed on your life goals. The dreams you have for the future involve wedding guests, flowers, and a professional photographer. Bounce back to Read More

Jewish Wedding Traditions | Engagement Rings

“I Am My Beloved’s and My Beloved is Mine,” “Ani L’dodi Vedodi Li” אני לדודי ודודי לי  The concept of engraving Hebrew Rings with quotes from Jewish texts comes to us from ancient times. Today it is very common for couples to inscribe their wedding bands with a text that is reflective of the time we live in, for couples often Read More

A Vision in Pink: Rose Gold Engagement and Wedding Rings

Perfect for those who are looking for an engagement or wedding ring with an ethereal and delicate look, rose gold engagement and wedding rings are an ideal choice because they give the impression of the freshness and radiance of a rose in full bloom. A colorful combination of reddish copper and 24k yellow gold, rose gold with its sun-kissed glow maintains a delicate balance between the Read More

Color Diamond Rings

One of the most beautiful options for a non-traditional diamond engagement ring is color diamonds. Color diamonds are created when a variety of minerals are introduced into the diamond while it is being formed. Natural colored diamonds come in a variety of shades of pink, yellow, browns, red, green, and blue. Although diamonds are now Read More

Destination Wedding Jewelry: Greece

Dreaming of a destination wedding on a Grecian Isle? Let your dreams be graced by the romantic crystal clear the Aegean Sea, bright red sunsets, and streets that wind through whitewashed buildings.  Feel the warmth of the sun, earth, magnificent food, and joyous people amplified by your love.  The grounded support of history is beneath Read More

Something Beautifully Blue

  “Something old, something new Something borrowed, something blue And a silver sixpence in her shoe.” This pre-19th century English rhyme has been a standby for modern brides, along with the proverb, “Marry in blue, lover be true.”   Blue has always been associated with purity, grace, trust, commitment, and protection.  In ancient Rome, the bride wore Read More