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2013 Tiffany Engagement Rings

2013 Tiffany Engagement Rings.

What does a June Bride really means? Aside from being a bride on the month of June, I heard it has something to do with Juno the goddess of marriage. It is said that getting married on June should bring luck. I’m not married yet but personally I think that marriage requires hard work more than luck. Having said that, the month of June still puts me in a daydream mood of wedding bells, bride’s dresses, and of course the Tiffany engagement ring, and where else would a girl look at other than Tiffany & Co. 

Pink Tiffany engagement rings

Fancy Pink Purplish Diamond Tiffany Engagement Ring

2013 tiffany engagement ring 

Diamond Tiffany Engagement Ring

These brilliant pink Tiffany engagement rings are probably my dream rings. Pink is after all one of my favorite colors. It would be nice to shift off a little bit from the usual pure white diamond rings.

2013 Soleste Diamond Tiffany engagement Ring

Still there are days when I’d like to pick a pure white magnificent diamond ring over the colored rings. There’s something about its simplicity and brilliance that makes it so elegant.

Grace and Flower Diamond Tiffany engagement ring

Aquamarine Diamond Tiffany Engagement Ring

Another factor to consider in picking an engagement ring, is how big it should be. Naturally a girl would love to get a big diamond Tiffany engagement ring. But we also must consider if it will suit our lifestyle. For example a woman with an active lifestyle might prefer a simpler and smaller ring. If I were to choose smaller rings I’d pick the Tiffany Grace princess cut diamond ring or the simplest among them all the Tiffany Flower Ring.
Aquamarine Diamond Tiffany Engagement Ring
Ever since I watched Mr. Big gave Carrier Bradshaw a black diamond ring in Sex And The City, I’ve always wondered how girls feel about getting black diamonds as engagement rings.  It’s magnificent and indeed very unique but is it something girls prefer to get on their engagement day? Or perhaps this blue aquamarine and diamond ring. They made one similar to it for Tiffany’s Anniversary. Which one is your favorite?

2013 Tiffany engagement rings collection

Budget Friendly Engagement Rings

It’s proposal season and many future grooms were wondering how to pop the question without blowing their bank account (especially since the average engagement rings costs $4,225).
Alternative Metals
• Platinum and gold are the go-to metals for wedding rings-but they come with a hefty price tag
• There are plenty of metals on the market that are still beautiful, elegant and less expensive
• Palladium is a growing trend that happens to have a similar look and feel to platinum, but can cost about 75% less
• If you’re more of a traditionalist, choose white gold over platinum. White gold costs 45% less than platinum

friendly engagement rings

Simple Settings
• For the past couple of years there’s been a trend towards micro-pave diamond bands, diamond halos, etc., which can all add to the overall cost of a ring
• These days, some brides-to-be are opting for a more simple, subtle and chic setting
• Diamond Solitaires are less expensive than embellished options, like three-stone rings
• A simple, traditional prong setting or channel set band is also more cost-efficient than an elaborate tension or bezel setting

Double Duty
• Who says you have to have an engagement ring and a wedding band?
• One hot new trend is choosing a beautiful wide band with multiple rows of diamonds and making that your engagement ring and wedding band. Although the ring may cost more than a regular engagement ring, this double-duty ring can help you save more in the long run since you won’t need to buy a wedding band too

Colored Gemstones
• Call it hue-love, but brides are branching out of diamonds! Colored stones like topazes, sapphires, emeralds and rubies are becoming increasingly popular
• Luckily for grooms, they can get a more impressive-sized rock for their money by choosing a gemstone instead of a diamond
• If your bride-to-be loves colored diamonds ? la Heidi Klum’s canary diamond then pop the question with a yellow sapphire. Or try a tourmaline if you’re looking to replicate a pink diamond look.