Modern brides-to-be have started showing a discerning taste for the avant-garde when it comes to engagement rings—unusual shapes, colorful stones and unique settings. They aren't necessarily pulling away from tradition but more so are making tradition their own. Here are four trends you can expect to see.
Rose gold is drawing attention from brides-to-be the world over. Demand for the pink metal is growing and and sales of rose gold fashion jewellery continues to dominate the market. With that said rose gold is not expected to out-preform white or yellow gold in the engagement category. If you cant commit to all rose we recommend using rose gold as an accent colour to add beautiful detail to your design
Prince Harry recently proposed to his fiance Meghan Markle with a classic trilogy style ring set with diamonds inherited from his late mother. Princess Diana. This famous couple is just one of many that have chosen to transform a family heirloom into the the perfect modern engagement ring retaining it's significance and all the sentimentality that makes these rings so extra special.
It's the age of personalisation, and we're seeing this trend being carried though strongly into engagement. Who really wants to have the same ring as everybody else? So couples are creating their own unique pieces that express their own unique personalities and celebrate their own unique stories.
As brides move away from the more traditional engagement rings, coloured gemstones are becoming more and more popular. Blue sapphires in particular lead the way with Morganite close behind. We are most excited to see the rise in demand for coloured sapphires, in shades of blue, yellow, pink and green these stones lend themselves perfectly to engagement rings.