(Closed) Flower engagement rings

posted 9 years ago in Rings
  • poll: Flower rings - yes or no?



  • Post # 18
    1845 posts
    Buzzing bee

    @miss narwhal:  I agree. I couldn’t spend nearly so much on a .22 ct ring no matter the brand is. You can get this design wayyyy cheaper elsewhere.

    I voted yes even though I don’t necessarily like flower design rings but it doesn’t matter what other people think. I’m sure lots of people wouldn’t like my ring but it’s what you want, not what other people like. 

    I would buy a cheap CZ version of this ring and wear it a while and try to figure out if you’d be happy wearing one forever.

    Post # 19
    2503 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: June 2012

    I love floral-themed rings and actually, I have two. One is an anniversary (pre-wedding) gift which is small and dainty. Here it is. I wear it as a stand-in ring when we travel. We paid a little less since we got it a while ago but truthfully, I think it is overpriced since we paid for the DB name. From far away, it looks like a solitaire as it is sparkly, but up close, it definitely is more of a “fun” ring. I don’t wear it when I’m wearing my regular ering.

    I also have a floral cocktail ring, which is a wedding gift and we originally had it as a contender for an ering. It was actually in a bridal magazine (either MS or The Knot) as an ering option. Here is it. Mine is a replica of this one actually with some slight modifications.

    I think you should get whatever you like and I don’t necessarily think flower rings are trendy. Van Cleef has done the floral theme for years! I would’t go with Tiffany persay as I think you can get a pretty custom one that is a bit larger for the same price. With floral themed rings, I think you should go a little bigger so it doesn’t look like a casual ring.

    Post # 20
    540 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: February 2010

    I love flowers and I really wanted a flower e-ring. My wedding band has leaves in it to match the flowers if there were any, hehehe πŸ™‚ Get what you love

    Here is a rose solitaire that is one of my favourites:


    More elaborate roses:


    Sapphire flower:



    The last one could be from BeautifulPetra on Etsy. Looks familiar


    Post # 21
    3879 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: July 2012

    @Averne:  Whoa! I haven’t seen your ring here yet. That is so cool!


    I think they are classic, but there’s no way of knowing if you’d be tired of it later or not. I tend to think not. It’s rare that I have a nice piece of jewelry that I get tired of. :b

    Post # 22
    315 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: August 2008

    I voted yes, I love flowers, but I am biased since I have a flower e-ring! I’ve posted this lots of times but here it is for you to see…

    I love it, it’s very sparkly and dainty and I think it suits me. However I am getting a new e-ring for our anniversary, but it’s not because I’m tired of this one, just because I’m a jewelry nut and I love rings and also variety, lol. I agree with pp that flowers are classic, not a trend. But everyone for their own, if you like flower jewelry go for it!

    And you might wanna check out this thread: http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/flower-rings

    Post # 23
    3 posts
    • Wedding: September 2013

    I love mine and it’s so different! If you’re not the traditional person, I’d say go for it!


    I think that the solitaire diamond is too boring and plain.

    We're engaged!!! πŸ˜πŸ’πŸ’

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    Post # 24
    318 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: August 2014

    I personally find them cute on a child/young adult but not as an adult engagement ring.

    Post # 25
    97 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: August 2013

    @Averne:  I voted no for this poll but I think your ring is stunning!

    Post # 26
    2635 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: August 2012

    I find flower rings so beautiful! Go for it πŸ˜‰

    I chose a flower halo design. Elegant and romantic:

    Post # 27
    33 posts
    • Wedding: November 1999



    The last one you posted looks similar to some McTeige and McClelland rings mc2jewels.com  It’s not exactly the same but you can find similar ones on their website. 

    Post # 28
    1 posts
    • Wedding: September 2014


    Anyone have a clue where I can find the ring with black background titled “Then there’s this one, pretty much the ultimate flower ring EVER.  Sigh.”????

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!  

    That ring is how I just found this site in the first place- saw someone post a pic of it on facebook, tried to search for it and it led me here.  Got engaged this summer and we havent picked out the ring yet.  Any idea where I can find this ring????

    Thank you πŸ™‚

    Post # 29
    1888 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: September 2011


    Check out this thread:


    FutureMrsPatterson ordered a custom version of it in citrine.


    I think this is the original designer, but it’s so hard to tell because it’s been coipied so many times:



    Here’s a more affordable option:


    This etsy seller has a few versions as well:


    Post # 30
    4 posts

    I love all the flower rings posted! I’d definitely consider that style. My only concern would be that they might get caught on things or scrape up against your wedding band. Has this happened to anyone with this style?

    Post # 31
    1231 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: February 2011

    WTF on the prices of those Tiffany rings! Someone could get a full-fledged engagement ring with a nice center diamond for the cost of their .60 carat cluster ring – that is just craziness.

    Not trying to disparage any Tiffany fans, it’s JMHO.

    I personally think flower rings are lovely and I’ve been wanting one in yellow gold with a yellow sapphire surrounded by white diamonds for a RHR.

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