The Proposal: Diamond Ring Settings

Diamond Ring Settings
Diamond Ring Settings

Diamonds are Forever.” Yes. A diamond ring will never cease to be timeless and classic, just like your love, impending proposal and marriage. It won’t matter what the size or setting is: be it a solitaire, prong setting, three-stone setting, or pavé setting. A diamond ring will always be timeless and loved.

So, if you love her, put a diamond ring on her. And, if you love her, you should also find out which diamond ring settings would fit her best and please her most. If you don’t know off the top of your head, don’t panic; ask her family and/or her closest friends. The worst thing that could happen would be to propose with a diamond ring that doesn’t fit her (in terms of the setting and size), and risk receiving an earful about how the ring really isn’t her type, but yes, she’ll marry you—or worse: the awful “No,” simply because you didn’t get the ring she wanted. Yes, it has happened.

So know your future bride-to-be and her types of jewelry. Is she into hearts? Then a beautiful platinum heart cut diamond engagement ring would be perfect for her. Is her taste simple and effortless? Then perhaps a three stone diamond engagement ring in white gold would be more her style. Old-fashioned? The unadorned, minimal solitaire ring in prong setting (or a solitaire oval cut sapphire diamond gemstone ring in white gold!) would look perfectly at home on her ring finger.

Whatever her taste and style may be, it is important to know the different types of diamond ring settings so that you may decide which would suit her best. After all, there’s no better way of showing her how much you love her than by showing her you know exactly what she wants– in a ring.

Start your proposal right by heading over to Povada.com for an array of engagement diamond rings in different settings!

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