- 3 years ago
- Wedding: April 2015 - Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Punta Cana
Hi bees my fiancé and I have been engaged for a a long time and we are looking to update my wedding set for the wedding. He proposed with a family ring and while it is beautiful and sentimental it is not our style and we both had in visioned something different. So here’s the thing, I’ve drooled over rings for years now knowing that one day I would find my perfect match. But I haven’t or well I love so many different rings. So please help me out with the pros and cons of these different styles.
we are choosing a moissanite center and as much as I love ovals (think Blake Lively) I am not confident in a forever brilliant oval(wish they still made the amora!) so we are going with an amora 1.5ct.Round brilliant.
now that we know how much I love Blake Livelys ring I’ll share my compromise. Simon g makes this beautiful 3 row micro pave setting. I love how micropave bands look like they have been dipped in diamonds. My concern is I’ve only seen it in white gold or platinum. Does anyone know if the effect is still the same in a colored gold setting? Next concern is how delicate is micropave? I’ve heard not to wear a 3 row ering next to a 3 row band, my thoughts were to purchase matching band and wear a tiny white gold eternity band in the middle would this still be damaging?
my first ring love was a round halo, then I found ovals and the oval halo stole the show And ever since I haven’t really cared for round halos….until I saw this (excuse the low quality Pinterest pic). I believe the micropave is pink diamonds or sapphires, with the white pave halo. With this ring I more than likely would just do a thin white eternity band. Fantastic!
I love the clean classic look of the tiffany 6 prong setting. I found Brian Gavin offers a rose gold shank with whit gold prong and basket nearly identical to tiffany co. I love this because I plan on doing the mismatched stacked bands and I feel the plain shank really allows for so many variations. But of course even with the bands I feel it is so safe and so classic it is almost boring.