18 Best Pink Diamond Engagement Rings for 2023
If you’re looking for an engagement ring that’s a little different, have you considered a coloured stone? While we love a classic and elegant diamond engagement ring, there’s something really special about wearing an unusual stone or shape to really make your engagement ring a cut above the rest (see what we did there)?!
Pink is a great shade because it pairs wonderfully with all of the different metals, and is a beautiful soft tone that will make you smile every time you look at your hands and see the stone sparkling in the light. Let's look at the different stone options for pink engagement rings, from blush pink diamonds to fuchsia pink tourmaline.
Pink diamond engagement rings
Natural pink diamonds are among some of the rarest stones in the world. There really is nothing more special for your engagement ring. Their unique color is the result of intense geological pressures and anomalies, truly making them a symbol of the extraordinary.
If budget is no issue and only the very best will do, we’ve fallen hard for the Tiffany Soleste double halo engagement ring, which incorporates a halo of pink diamonds around a brilliant white diamond center stone.
Pink sapphire engagement rings
If you love this look but don’t have the budget for pink diamonds, a pink sapphire will emulate the look for less. Denver-based jeweler, Sarah O has some gorgeous pink sapphire engagement rings, including cushion cuts, oval cuts and the prettiest peach hued stone with diamonds sprinkled on either side - it really does look like something from a fairytale.
And finally, for the lovers of vintage nostalgia, the pink sapphire and diamond five stone ring from Andria Barbone is a dream - dated from the Edwardian era, it’s a truly special piece that would suit the most romantic of brides. We love the vibrancy of the sapphires in this ring - such a statement piece.
Pink Tourmaline Engagement Rings
Pink tourmaline is also a great stone to consider for your engagement ring. This is a crystal which symbolizes friendship, compassion and love - all of which are great cornerstones to your engagement. Pink tourmaline may not be quite as pricey as pink diamonds, however it’s still a pretty rare stone and we love that you can bring the healing powers of crystals to your fine jewelry.
The Georgina ring by Jessica Flinn is a girly girl's dream - with a peachy pink tourmaline stone at the center, surrounded by a delicate halo of lab grown diamonds, and topped off with a pair of pear shaped rubies.
Pink morganite engagement rings
Morganite is another beautiful naturally occurring stone that has a divine pink hue. In the world of crystallography, morganite symbolizes promise, which makes it the perfect stone for an engagement ring.
We’re obsessed with the Art Deco inspired pink morganite and diamond engagement ring from Rohan Jewellers (below) - it’s such a timeless, elegant piece that would become an instant family heirloom.
Which pink engagement ring should I chose?
Whichever stone you opt for, note that all of them are rare - simply by being pink. You’re choosing a piece of jewelry that is different to the norm, and therefore more special. Whether you chose a pink diamond, pink sapphire, pink tourmaline or pink morganite engagement ring, you’ve opted for a stone that is scarcer than its clear version. You’re bound to fall hard for these romantic, feminine and elegant pink engagement rings and they are certainly going to attract lots of compliments!