Top Engagement Ring Trends of 2014

2014 has been an exciting year in the bridal world, especially for engagement rings.  We have seen great trends continue, like halo style engagement rings and vintage style engagement rings. As well as the rise of beautiful floral engagement rings and stunning engagement ring alternatives.  Here is a summary of this year's top engagement ring trends: 

Engagement Ring Trends: Vintage Engagement Rings

Vintage and antique style engagement rings continued to be a favorite among newly engaged couples in 2014.  The romance beautiful details of these engagement rings is alluring.

Engagement Ring Trends: Halo Engagement Rings

Halo engagement rings, like the style featured here from Jabel, were also popular with brides in 2014.  The halo of diamonds around the center stones gives the ring a big diamond look at a budget that is far more affordable.

Engagement Ring Trends: Pink Gold Engagement Rings

With the rise of mixed metal jewelry we saw several beautiful pink gold engagement rings this year.  In everything from classic solitaire engagement rings, like the Jabel style featured here, to complex pink and green gold carved engagement rings this beautiful look has been a pleasure to work with.

Engagement Ring Trends: Floral Engagement Rings

Floral engagement rings, like this die struck carved ring, featuring 3D details, has been a big trend this year.  This can partly be attributed to the vintage engagement trend, where patterns with floral and organic detail are common. However, aside from its vintage influence, you can easily see why these rings are so popular, they are beautiful! 

Engagement Ring Trends: Alternative Engagement Rings

Finally, we continue to see 2014 bucking traditional bridal trends by selecting unique rings to act as their engagement ring.  Fun, vintage style pink and green gold cocktail rings, like this one from Jabel are a great way to buck tradition while enjoying some of today's modern engagement ring trends.

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