Gold Is Back in Style
It appears that yellow gold is making a return when it comes to engagement rings. As some Millennials and Gen Zs are preparing to get married, we will likely be seeing some amazing designs using glittering gold. Although it was once considered a dated style, gold is making its comeback as a common choice for more vintage style rings.
Asscher Cut Diamonds
Many brides seem to be keen on vintage styles for their engagement ring diamond cuts. What was once a staple of the Art Deco era is making a comeback in full swing. This stunning cut can certainly look very modern when styled towards a modern bride’s preferences.
Veering away from tradition and towards greater self-expression, 2020 brides want rings that have a unique and authentic story. And that means alternatives to the classic diamond are beginning to take the stage again.
Emeralds, black diamonds, and even birthstones are taking over as the brides’ choice. Along with alternative stones, unconventional shapes and cuts are also becoming more popular.
More Than One Stone
While in the past the classic ring had one diamond that is its centerpiece, we’re seeing rings with three or five stones becoming increasingly more popular in 2020.
This year, even the ring bands are coming in to play with unique and creative designs. From combining more than one type and color metal to intertwining strands and open bands, there is no limit to creativity.
Use these tips to help your modern bride create a unique engagement ring that will tell a story and make a statement!