How to Choose the Right Engagement Ring for the One You Love

Proposing to the one you love is a nerve racking enough life event, without the extra added pressure of whether or not they’ll like the ring that you’ve chosen. From worries about whether they’ll say yes, to whether you’ve picked the right time or place, by following this guide there’ll be one less issue to worry about as you’ll be sure to have the perfect ring to put on their finger when you pop the question.

Surprise Her

If you’re confident that you can pick the perfect ring for your partner then don’t doubt yourself. It’s always helpful to speak to her close friends, or family members such as her mum or sister, to check with them first whether they think she’ll like it. If you can organise it secretly, why not arrange to go ring shopping with them. Before picking a surprise ring be sure to get her size right. If a surprise goes down well, it’s easily the most romantic and best way to propose.

Go Shopping Together

Some couples who’ve been talking about getting married for a while prefer to go shopping together. This is probably a good idea if your partner is expecting you to propose soon and you’ve already been planning getting married in the future. Take a look at the beautiful selection available at F Hinds online to get you feeling inspired for styles and shapes or head to the shops and try and few on for size to see what styles you partner likes. This way you’ll be 100% sure to get it right and it also helps couples who’re on a budget as you’ll be able to budget for how much to spend and only consider rings within a certain price range. Although less romantic, the most practical way to engagement ring shop and a sure way to not end up with a disappointed finance.

Ask Her

If you’re partner has her heart set on a certain type of ring, size of diamond or type of band, then it obviously bear this in mind when making your choice.  The best way to find out without giving it away that you’re going to propose it to get her friends and family to find out and feed you the information so you can pick the right ring. If they’re the type of person who has already selected a ring they have in mind and have gone out of their way to make sure you’re aware of this, then finding the perfect ring is made much easier as all you have to do is get the right one. That way you can be sure to please and will have a very happy fiancé on the big day.

Diamond Shapes that Work Best on Custom Wedding Rings

Choosing a wedding ring is a big deal. In fact, it can be a scary business. Not only is the investment value huge but you often experience mixed emotions when picking something you are going to be wearing for the rest of your life.

 

If you are choosing a customised ring design however, half the battle is already won. You are already creating something completely unique to the person you love. Due to it being one-of-a-kind, it already carries more sentimental value and weight then purchasing a shop brought ring.

So how do diamond shapes come into all of this? Well, picking the right shape for your customised ring can bring it to a new level. The cut or shape is what gives the diamonds its depth and sparkly characteristics. The shape is also one of the first things you will notice and probably love (or hate) about the ring. So it’s important to know what is out there and which suits customised rings the best.

 

If you want to discover the best custom wedding rings in Sydney, head down to Delphi diamonds to discover some of the most beautiful shapes for your custom designs. Where you look can often be important as how you look, so choosing somewhere which has a range of first-class diamonds that come in a variety of shapes is crucial.

 

Let’s take a look at some popular shapes for engagement rings you may want to choose from:

 

  • Round brilliant cut – This is by far the most popular choice amongst consumers for engagement ring cuts. This is more of the traditional choice which is why it blends so perfectly with something customised as you still get to keep that element of familiarity. The depth in design of this shape also gives it optimal shine and fire too.

 

  • The princess shape: As it says with the name, you can make your lady feel like a princess (if not queen) with this shape. This cut dates back to the seventies and has trimmed, pointy corners and comes in a pyramid shape. It really suits customised engagement rings due to the shine it radiates and how contemporary it looks.

 

  • Heart shaped diamond: If you are making all this effort to show her how much you care with a custom engagement ring, why not top it off with a heart shaped diamond? This is the ultimate symbol and expression of your love which gives off the air of romance whilst looking feminine on her hands.

 

  • Radiant shape: With 70 facets (increasing its depth on the underside of the diamond) this diamond truly is radiant by name and by nature. It will stand out on any customised design no matter how simple of complex it may be. The radiant shape is a combination of the emerald and the round so you get both qualities from those stunning cuts in the price of one.
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Photo credit: Branco Prata Studios

 

We hope you love our stand-out shapes for customised engagement rings. Choosing the best for your fiancé will really depend on her personal preferences but these are some of the most radiant designs that suit customised designs wonderfully.


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