COLUMBUS-- Are you searching for a wedding event set that's fashionable and classic? Do you want it to still expresses your individuality and not easily replicated?
Then you are certainly on trend for the most popular Bridal Engagement Rings of Winter 2018! Here's what forecasters and business experts say are the hot items for this year's wedding jewelry, just in time for Argo & Lehne Jewelers Bridal Event!
Origin & Collection Influenced
In an age of tech and digital, we tend to take comfort in the nostalgia of vintage items. Since the jewelry is commonly one of a kind or a rare find, classic lends itself to originality.
In an era of mass manufacturing, it's essential to shine in your own way. Vintage inspired is desirable because it evokes the sentiment and romance of years past.
Often the procedures of vintage jewelry are very alluring because of the fabulous craftsmanship such as hand engraving.
Rose gold is not a new metallic, but since Pantone revealed rose quartz as color of the year in 2016, it has had a resurgence.
First seen in the 19th century in Russia, it's a blend of yellow gold and copper. Rose gold has a warmth and softness that exudes romance. It's a very durable metal and doesn't require rhodium plating or dipping like white gold.
Because it is feminine and fashionable, we love it. We also love it because it's unexpected and that makes it unique.
Lifestyles have changed and many feel comfortable with a more minimalist look. We are seeing a number of customers who are interested in a delicate setting.
Brides are putting more emphasis on a single sparkling diamond and less on the band. They are purchasing classic solitaires or delicately accented engagement mountings.
This elegant and simple look also allows the wearer to emphasize her personality by stacking alternate bands in a variety of metals and shapes. This also gives her the versatility to change-up her ring daily by wearing the piece in different differences of stacks.
Using colored gems has been in demand in both vintage and contemporary jewelry.
Because of the color or meaning of the stone, pairs and folks are often pulled to a more info stone. It really makes the ring an original and attaches significance to the piece.
We're beginning to see these exquisite pops of color as center stones, accented stones and on bands to complement the wedding ring. More and more we are also finding ovals of all colors set in an east west facing mounting, which can be very chic.
Three Stone Rings
Thank you Meghan Markle for bringing click here back the timeless three stone involvement ring, very well fit for a princess!
We love Meghan's ring for several reasons, including the inheritance diamonds from Princess Diana's website personal collection and the cushion cut. Oh so elegant and lovely with such notion of past, existing and future.
There are so many styles to choose from and so many elements from different rings calling your name, but why can't you find the one?!
Or probably, it's just the opposite and you can tell somebody what you don't like but you aren't sure what you do like.
Not to dwell ... there is always personalized! Personalization has become more popular than ever with millennials who want to be a part of the complete design involvement in creating a piece that is truly special to them.
Choosing the one for you!
So how to choose what's right for you? Pin all you like, but you really need to start trying on! It's common to love a ring in a photo, but it isn't until you try that piece on that you are able to understand if the look is right for you.
A great start is at Argo & Lehne Jewelers Bridal Event which runs from January 22-27. There will be thousands of rings to preview including a private trunk show with Whitehouse Brothers (a local Cincinnati designer with vintage styles), Venetti and Dora.
They are also offering a $50 gift card to the Refectory Restaurant to the first 20 customers who schedule a custom appointment. The gift card will be acquired after your consultation, and can be used for a romantic dinner to discuss the wonderful designs you created with your design consultants.