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For Brides Who Dare to Be Different: Colored Stones engagement rings

Many brides-to-be have spent hours imaging the perfect engagement rings – but there are a lot of elements that go into making a ring perfect. The ring’s design includes the cut of the stone, the metal of the band, the setting, and many other hidden details you may not notice until you hold the ring in your hands.

Many brides-to-be have spent hours imaging the perfect engagement rings – but there are a lot of elements that go into making a ring perfect. The ring’s design includes the cut of the stone, the metal of the band, the setting, and many other hidden details you may not notice until you hold the ring in your hands.

 

Round brilliant cut diamonds (49 percent of brides)
White gold (68 percent of brides)
Prong setting (32 percent)
Whether the groom is picking the ring out as a surprise or the happy couple is shopping for the ring together, the most important feature of any engagement ring is its center stone. The most popular engagement rings stones, according to The Knot, include:Print

A clear diamond with side stones (63 percent of brides)
A clear diamond solitaire (21 percent of brides)
A non-diamond precious stone (8 percent of brides)
A three-stone diamond (5 percent of brides)