Coast Diamond: Engagement Ring Trends We Love

Welcome to Coast Diamond’s first blog post! We’re thrilled you’re reading this and invite you to share your favorite Coast posts with friends. Be sure to follow us to stay up-to-date on the latest engagement ring, jewelry and bridal news, too.

Today we share three engagement ring trends that brides are embracing:

1) Rose Gold Diamond Engagement Rings: Rose gold rings are ultra-romantic and reminiscent of something you might find in your grandmother’s jewelry box. According to The Knot, rose gold represents love. Brides-to-be are embracing our modern, traditional and halo settings, including this stunning Coast Diamond Rose Gold engagement ring that is timeless:

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 2) “Flower” Diamond Engagement Rings: Flowers are nature’s kiss to the human race, so it makes sense that a bouquet is offered as a romantic gesture while courting, and is also carried by the bride on her wedding day. Several Coast Diamond engagement rings, like the one below, feature “petals” of diamonds:

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3) Round and Cushion-Cut Sapphire Engagement Rings: Princess Diana said “yes” to Prince Charles when he proposed with an exquisite blue sapphire engagement ring set in a halo of diamonds. Kate Middleton accepted the same ring from Prince William and today women across America are adding this gorgeous Coast Diamond Sapphire ring to their wish lists:

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What’s your favorite engagement ring trend? Share with us on Facebook or Pinterest and we’ll include your picks and pictures in an upcoming blog post!





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