6 of the Best Engagement Ring Styles from Small Brands
Wedding engagements are one of the most exciting times, and we're here to help you get started. Whether you just got engaged or are planning on getting engaged, we've got the best tips on how to find the right ring from more boutique jewelry brands, the right words, and the right time to propose.
Minimalist and Modern
If you're into a more Scandi style of interior design and like your fashion and jewelry just as modern and minimalist, there are lots of engagement ring designers on our radar that you need to know about. We're loving ethical companies like AU-Rate (who donate a book to a child in NYC with every purchase as well as their metals and diamonds being ethically sourced), Stone & Strand (dainty little pieces), and Tai Jewelry (a tropical modernist feel).
There something so romantic about being able to pass on your heirloom style jewel to your sons or daughters in the far future and for it to be appreciated as much as you do. With more ornate details and plenty of more individual settings, a vintage style engagement ring can be found via small brands such as Consider the Wildflowers, Apres Jewelry, and Mania Mania.
If you're like me and appreciate a colored engagement ring, then check out small brands like Grew and Co and Foe & Dear who create incredibly beautiful rings with stones that aren't necessarily diamonds. From blush pinks to dark navy's, the color of your engagement ring should suit your neutral or more bold personality!
Bored of the usual solitaire shapes and want something a little more different for your engagement ring? Check out engagement ring brands such as Meadowlark Jewelry and Natalie Marie who have single stones that are pear shaped or squares or multi-stoned rings that create a pattern or shape themselves.
Colored Stone Ring: Orange Photographie