So many girls dream of a sparkly white diamond adorning her left hand representing the love of someone who has promised her forever. So many girls do, but not all. Some girls aren’t interested in bright, shiny, princess-cut diamonds. Me? I love nontraditional rings. I think a precious stone in place of diamond is a really exciting twist on a classic tradition! I recently sent you guys through Engagement Rings 101, and we discussed what makes a quality diamond. But what if you’re into something completely different? The way I see it, if a nontraditional sapphire worked for Princess Diana then a nontraditional ring can definitely work for me! If you’re looking for a little bling inspiration then you’re in the right place!
Still interested in a little sparkle, but can’t justify the cost of a diamond? I’m in love with this amethyst ring!
This ring is probably my favorite from this bunch! This is a Watermelon Tourmaline gemstone, and is a one of a kind ring for a one of a kind girl.
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Could anything be better for your something blue?
A halo of diamonds around an oval shaped and unique stone. She’ll say yes, trust me.
This is a Pink Tourmaline, and would be a perfect fit for a fun and quirky bride!
A stunning vintage ring with an emerald cut green sapphire. I can’t get over that ornate band!
There is so much more where these came from! If you’re interested in unique and nontraditional rings but don’t know where to start; feel free to reach out! I’d love to help you get started!
Leave a comment with your ring style! I love learning what brides like!