Engagement rings are known for their beauty but finding the perfect complement to an engagement ring can make selecting a wedding band incredibly difficult for many women. Noe’s Jewelry knows that it can be hard, with our tips, you should be able to find the band that best suits your engagement ring and your personal style.
Once you get engaged, you love and cherish your engagement ring. Many women never want to take that sparkler off their finger, but there are times when that ring should come off for its own protection. Noe’s Jewelry wants you to keep your engagement ring looking brand new, so we have come up with a list of times you should take your ring off.
In October of 2010, Prince William presented Kate Middleton with the engagement ring that had once belonged to his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales. Princess Diana's engagement ring was the subject of a lot of attention after she picked it out herself in 1981. Diana had stated her preference for a sapphire before looking for a ring, and the one she selected was a 12-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire surrounded by 14 solitaire diamonds, all set into white gold.
If you follow entertainment news, you might think that engagement rings are all about keeping up with the Joneses (or the Kardashians!). It's true that the average cost of an engagement ring went up 3% from last year to this year, according to The Knot… but at the same time, more and more people these days are looking for affordable engagement rings in Kansas City. Well, here at Noe's we're delighted to help everyone, whether you're a couple shopping for the perfect ring to make her feel like the Disney princess she's wanted to be ever since she saw Ariel's wedding dress in The Little Mermaid, or you're looking to save so you can spend more money on a world-traveling honeymoon, or a nest egg for that house you want to buy.
There's little else that lights up a woman's face like looking at engagement rings. Trust us—we're experts. Women can't keep their eyes off diamond engagement rings, even when they come in for just a watch battery or looking for a pair of earrings for a friend. They look, their eyes widen, they smile, point, giggle, disagree… and we love seeing those reactions! That's what engagement rings are for, after all.
During the month of February there’s no lack of moments to find love, propose love, or show love. While there might be the potential that you really love to celebrate the former Presidents Washington and Lincoln, it’s probably more likely that you’ll instead set your sights on some of the other February holiday options. Those opportunities kicked off on February 13 with Galentine’s Day.
Behind Christmas, Valentine’s Day may be one of the most favored days for a wedding proposal. Both holidays are filled with anticipation, love, and a fair amount of expectations. If you’re looking to propose this year, it’s a good idea to have an idea of the kind of gemstone your loved one would like for their engagement ring. In addition, it’s also valuable to have some basic knowledge in regard to you what should look for when buying a gemstone.
Making the decision to spend the rest of your life with someone is often one of the most important and memorable aspects of life. Those who are lucky enough to find that special someone often want to make their proposal and engagement rings as memorable and special as the person they have pledged to marry.
December is the perfect time for the kick-off of the wonders of the season. Whether that means parties with friends and family, volunteering and giving back to the community or just hunkering down in the cold weather, this is a time of year that’s tinged with possibility and magic.
The holidays are the perfect time for bringing together family and friends for food, fun and fellowship. The cold, dark nights and warm, cozy firelight experienced during this time of year is also the perfect setting for a beautiful and festive wedding proposal.
If you’ve been thinking about popping the question to your significant other this holiday season, there’s really no more romantic time to ask someone one of the most important questions of your life. The glimmer of a beautiful diamond ring is the perfect counterpart to Mother Nature’s backdrop of frosted leaves and icy snow that give off their own natural brilliance and shine.