Just yesterday at work, one of my managers told me that the cost of the engagement ring should be the man’s salary for three months. I did not know this fact; I just always thought every guy went in there and blew a lot of money on the ring.
A lot of my friends already knew this little fact, but for those of you who have never heard it before, there’s that helpful news for you.
There are so many styles, colors, bands, the list goes on and on of what kind of ring to choose. Here are a few different styles to help you out.
The non-matching band is a very different but beautiful look.
The special touch on this one is getting the names and wedding date engraved in the rings.
These are my two personal favorite rings! The one on the left is an almost exact replica of my great grandmother’s ring that I would like, except that her ring is silver instead of gold.
The one on the right may not be the traditional ring, but it is blue, and that is my absolute favorite color. Do not be afraid to do something out of the ordinary with a colored ring.
If you are torn between the two, you could get a traditional engagement ring and a colored stone ring from your husband-to-be when you exchange gifts before you get married.
Both of these rings are antique styles; the one on the right is from the 1930’s.
Pearls are so classy and are becoming a very popular style for engagement rings. I have several friends that have pearl engagement rings.
These wedding rings for the groom are some new looks that you may have not seen before.
The ring on the right has the bride’s fingerprint on his ring.
The ring pictured on the left is another vintage style, which I think looks like a ring for a very glamorous girl, while the ring on the right is another unique style for the band, with a more modern look.
Both of these rings are modern stlyes that a lot of women have been getting for their engagement rings.
If you are wondering where to start looking at these rings, or where to go to buy one, try a local jeweler or one that is well-known.