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Flower Engagement Rings

by Haley Anhut
Last updated on January 25, 2022

Spring has sprung! We love Spring for so many reasons, the excitement of warmer weather, springtime events, and especially the flowers. If flowers are your thing, consider a flower engagement ring.

These beautiful and unique features resemble – yes you guessed it – a flower. With a larger center stone surrounded by smaller diamond clusters, resembling petals surrounding the center, this style resembles a flower-type design, the ultimate feminine, and creates a unique engagement ring style. This is the perfect style if you’re looking for an eye-catching ring. With no shortage of diamonds and sparkle, this original style is sure to impress your love.

Clean Origin’s Selection Of Flower Engagement Rings

We carry a special collection of these blooming flower engagement ring styles, sure to satisfy any style or budget. All are available in rose gold, white gold, yellow gold, and platinum.

The Floral Petal Halo Ring

Our most popular flower engagement ring is our Floral Petal Halo Ring. With a stunning round center stone of your choosing, this halo setting has over 20 gemstones encircling the center diamond. While the surrounding lab-grown diamonds resemble petals and leaves, the flower petal-shaped sparkling channels and intricacies give this setting an elegant and unique design.

Pair it with its matching wedding band, which can stand alone as a fashion stacking ring or a simple jewelry piece. This band has intricate engravings and channels that will match with the beautiful designs of our Floral Petal Halo Ring perfectly.

The Garden Ring

If you’re looking for an even more intricate and dazzling setting for your flower engagement ring, look no further than our aptly named Garden Ring setting. Compatible with our dazzling and brilliant round-shaped diamonds, this setting is anything but subtle with its center stone embraced by petal-like arms lifting the floral halo toward the sunlight.

With over 30 gemstones, this flower engagement ring setting is perfect for the woman who loves subtle details and tons of sparkle. This ring is anything but minimal, while still a classic and feminine piece.

The Tulip Halo Ring

Another favorite flower engagement ring style is our Tulip Halo Ring. Available in yellow, rose, and white gold, and platinum, this stunning halo engagement shows off every brilliant angle of your brilliant round diamond. This ring has beautiful floral designs surrounding the center stone, creating a beautiful mix of vintage and feminine style.

With over 35 lab-created diamonds set on this ring, there is no shortage of sparkle on this halo. Take a 360º view of this setting, and notice the hidden diamonds set under your ‘floating’ center stone. 

Flower Engagement Rings – The 4 C’s

When buying a diamond ring, either for an engagement or for fashion, it’s important to always ensure you are remembering the 4 C’s of buying a diamond: cut, clarity, color, and carat. 


Cut refers to how well the stone was faceted, proportioned and polished, and it’s the only quality not influenced by nature. Diamond cuts are graded as Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair, Poor, or ‘None’ for fancy shaped stones. There’s a lot at play when choosing a cut for your diamond. Balancing out the cut, clarity, and color grades in the perfect way can result in a stunning diamond at an incredible price. Work with one of our diamond experts to figure out your best 4 C’s ‘formula’.


Clarity is another important quality of buying a beautiful diamond. Diamonds are graded from FL (flawless) to I (included), and it’s important to purchase a diamond that has no eye-visible inclusions, also known as ‘eye-clean’. This means that to the naked eye, no visible marks can be seen.


Color actually refers to the lack of color. Therefore, diamonds with a more white appearance are higher in quality. Luckily for you, all our flower engagement rings allow for only brilliant round diamonds, which can hide color imperfections more easily.


Carat describes the actual weight of a diamond. Since all of our flower or floral style rings require round stones, you can rest easy knowing that we have a fantastic selection of round diamonds, ranging from .3 CT to 5 CT. We also carry Hearts and Arrows diamonds, which make up less than 1% of all the diamonds in the world. These perfectly symmetrical diamonds provide plenty of sparkle. Why called hearts and arrows? When viewed from above, you will see eight symmetrical arrows and from below, eight perfectly symmetrical hearts.

Buyers Tips for Flower Engagement Rings

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If you want to make your flower engagement ring even more unique, consider yellow or rose gold metal. Not only will they really make your engagement ring flowers stand out, but these colors are often closely related to spring flowers!

Flower rings often have detailed metalwork or intricate patterns along the band or around the center diamond. This means the setting for a flower engagement ring will need a bit more upkeep and cleaning than something more simple, like a solitaire.

Although you should sanitize all your jewelry on a regular basis, if you’re worried about the cleaning, then go with a flower engagement ring that’s a bit more understated. Our Collette Halo Ring or the Bloom Solitaire are both perfect options.

Flower Engagement Rings from Clean Origin

With hundreds of lab-created diamonds, our staff offers over 100 years of diamond expertise and are here to guide you through this search. Our website allows you to view all our settings 360º, so you know exactly what you’re buying and what it will look like on her hand.

Because these floral settings are especially unique and filled with tiny engravings and hidden diamonds, you’ll want to ensure you’re able to view every inch of the setting. And if you have any more questions about floral designs, our customer service team is here to help you every step of the way!