Get trendy ideas about wedding rings

Get trendy ideas about wedding rings - Van Scoy Diamonds

When you want to get your girl or fiancé with that perfect wedding ring, these are trend-setting ideas and tips you keep a track of. Here they are: Get her sizing measurements done You would definitely have flooding ideas on the type of metal, design, setting and manner in which the stones have to be…


Where to get Wedding Bands in Greensboro, NC?

Historically, women received an engagement ring as a mark of a man’s commitment, and it was the men who wore wedding bands. That is why wedding bands are usually much simpler than engagement rings. With time, however, traditions began to change. As women started wearing wedding bands, they got trendier and more elaborate. Now there are millions of…


Rings That Sparkle For Him And Her

My girlfriends are a little jealous about how excited my fiancé was to go shopping for diamond engagement rings. He made sure he knew exactly what I wanted (or as he put it, what I thought I wanted) and then visited several jewelry stores during a period of a few weeks. I’m sure he must…


Choose a Designer Diamond Engagement Ring You’ll Cherish for a Lifetime

Designer diamond engagement rings can be a spectacular choice for the bride to be. The trick is knowing your designers, and choosing a design that provides the high artistic craftsmanship and high quality diamond you demand in such an important piece of jewelry. An for instance, represents the highest level of diamond and setting compatibility,…


Your Wedding Rings: A Time Honored Tradition For Saying “I Do”

  There’s always plenty of hoopla over the diamond engagement ring, and that’s natural. The engagement ring is the first symbol associated with the upcoming wedding, and the beginning of a new life together as man and wife. It’s romantic, exciting, exhilarating. You don’t get as much fanfare over the wedding rings but considering there’s…


Something Old, Something New For the Bride-to-be

  Something old. Something new. Something borrowed. Something blue. …and a sixpence in her shoe. This traditional poem dates back to Queen Victoria (who also started the white wedding dress tradition), and it provides an easy-to-remember checklist of things the bride should be wearing to ensure good luck on her wedding day. In the past…