If you’re a bride-to-be who wants something that’s truly your own, then this guide is for you! Whether it’s your first engagement ring or something to celebrate the tenth anniversary of said engagement, you can get help to find precisely what you want. Custom Engagement rings are the trend now. So, read further to know the steps to customize your engagement ring.
Before you begin your custom engagement ring, research the options. Check out pictures of rings on the website and see what types of settings they use. Find out the different types of stones and metals available and color options. It will give you a better idea of what type of ring is best for your partner.
List out the specifications
Now that you know what kind of ring you want, it’s time to start thinking about specifics. It is where the fun begins!
● Choose the metal: You can go with white or yellow gold or platinum (a dense silver-white metal). Many people think they need a white gold engagement ring because that’s what their parents and grandparents wore when they married. But feel free to stick with tradition even if everyone else do–there are many other options! For instance, platinum will never fade in color or lose its luster over time; it also doesn’t tarnish quickly like sterling silver does (which is why many people prefer this option). Platinum also tends not to scratch as soon as other metals, so if your partner works with their hands often, then this might be something worth considering before making any final decisions about what type of metal would best suit them both–especially if the cost isn’t an issue since platinum costs more than twice as much per ounce than either yellow gold or sterling silver does!
● Choose the stone(s): You may already know exactly which kind(s) would work best based on what type(s) were used during those early stages when deciding whether or not getting engaged was right for both parties involved -and if so, then great job because all there’s left do now is pick out which ones suit each person best within reason given their budget constraints.”
Consider the setting
You’ve chosen the perfect diamond and are ready to move on to the next step. Now it’s time to decide on a setting. Many different types of locations can be used for custom engagement rings, but for this guide, we will focus on two popular options:
- Solitaire Settings – A solitaire setting features one large stone in an open environment without additional stones or diamonds around it.
- Three-Stone Settings – A three-stone ring has three stones set together at different heights within one band (usually two larger center stones flanking one smaller side stone).
Hope that this article has given you a better idea of what it’s like to design your own engagement ring. As mentioned in the beginning, there is a lot to consider when you decide to customize your engagement ring, which can be overwhelming at first glance. However, follow our steps carefully and work with a professional jeweller who understands what you want from the process. In that case, it will be much easier for both parties involved!