Searching through the ready-made engagement rings is easy but designing one on your own is special. No one knows you better than you and if you get into designing your engagement ring, you will get one amazing piece that represents your personality.
In this article, we share some tips that will help you design your engagement ring.
Do Not Make It Late
Customized engagement rings will be delivered within a few weeks to a couple of months. It is always best to start early so that you do not have to worry if it will be done on time.
Do Your Research And Have Some Visual Cues Handy
There are so many designs on the internet to get inspiration. Sometimes you might like the band of a ring that you saw on the internet or the stone setting. Get the images of the designs that you found attractive and use them as starting points.
Find A Good Jeweler
Having an impressive design in mind is not all that is needed. You also have to find a good jeweler who can deliver exactly what you want. Your design idea should be brought to life with utmost perfection. Just study the styles of the rings that the jeweler creates to see if they match with the style you have in mind.
Choose An Eye-Catching Diamond
Your engagement ring should tone up with your persona. The stone in the ring will be the center of attraction and choose that wisely. Just go with your instincts and choose one diamond piece that you love.
Choose A Good Cut
The cut of the stone has a lot to do with its brilliance. There are many cuts to choose from including round, square, emerald, pear, oval, princess, Asscher, and cushion. You may choose any of these. If you want to make your ring unique, you may go for an uncut diamond.
Ask For A Sketch And Wax Model Of The Design
Reputed jewelry designers often provide the sketch of the ring design to the bride/groom. If that is approved, they make a wax model of the sketch for the bride/groom so they can see how the ring will look when made. If you are collaborating with jewelers that provide sketch and wax models, things will be easy.
If you do not want to start from scratch, you can tweak a popular design and add some elements to it.