Also known as “teardrop-cut diamonds,” pear-cut diamonds are named for their distinctive, unmistakable shape. One end of the diamond is rounded while the opposite end is sharply pointed, a marriage between a round brilliant and marquise shape. A perfect balance … Read More
For many people, asking the question at the right time and choosing the right place to do it at is almost as important as the wedding itself. If you’re planning a proposal and want to be sure it hits all … Read More
Throughout history, pure gold has been valued highly. Pure gold is bright yellow and tends to be quite soft. Despite many assumptions that people may have, pure gold is usually not recommended by jewelers because pure yellow gold tends to … Read More
With a distinctive yet timeless oval diamond engagement ring, your love will stand out from the crowd. Because oval diamonds have an elongated, symmetrical shape that slims and lengthens the finger, they are a popular choice for elegant brides-to-be. These … Read More
One of the oldest, most time-honored rules in the proposal process is for the groom to ask the bride-to-be’s father for permission to get married. This tradition dates back to a time when marriage was up to the bride’s family, … Read More
The beautiful summer weather (and wedding season) is finally here. But longer days, pristine sunsets, barbecues, and fireworks also mean proposals and engagements. Lots and lots of engagements.
And while summer is one of the best times to pop the … Read More