I don’t know how long it has been that diamonds have been the standard for engagement rings, but I do know that diamonds aren’t for everyone. There are many other gemstones that are just as beautiful, and sometimes more so, than your every day white diamonds. One of those gorgeous stones is the sapphire. Whether your fiancée to be was born in September, likes to stand out in a crowd, or simply adores the color blue, you should consider a sapphire engagement ring.
Sapphires come in many shades of blue, and many colors for that matter. And they can make almost any piece of jewelry look a little better with the splash of color they add. However, while these options don’t make your ring buying any easier, they do make it a little more interesting. Matching the perfect sapphire or sapphires to a ring can be challenging and can take a lot of time and effort, but the end result and the knowledge that your fiancée won’t have the same ring as everyone else makes the headache worth it in the end.
When you finally match your band, sapphires and diamonds you’ll be able to see why more people are choosing “non-traditional” engagement rings. Their splash of color, grandeur and overall beauty show the world what you have in your relationship. They also show that you are willing to go that extra mile and don’t mind having to run through the mud sometimes to make your fiancée feel that much more special