The bespoke designs of blue diamond engagement rings are the prefer option of the brides, according to Western customs, is worn to indicate your commitment to marry.
The ring is worn on the ring finger (which according to tradition contains the amoris vein). The hand in which it is traditionally carried depends on each area. But for hundreds of years, the amoris vein has been said to run through the left ring finger that connects directly to the heart. Traditionally, it is offered by the man as a gift to his girlfriend while or when she agrees to the marriage proposal. It represents a formal acceptance of the future commitment.

Ok, so we all know about the traditional diamond engagement rings. But lately, I’ve been hearing more and more about sapphire engagement ring. When I first heard about them, of course, I had to get my google on.

According to Wikipedia, “mineral moissanite was discovered by Henri Moissan while examining rock samples from a meteor crater located in Canyon Diablo, Arizona, in 1893. At first, he mistakenly identified the crystals as diamonds, but in 1904 he identified the crystals as silicon carbide. The mineral form of silicon carbide was named moissanite in honor of Moissan later on in his life.”

Did you read that? A rock that comes from a CRATER! Freaking cool. Another bonus to these cool little suckers, they typically cost substantially less than a similar diamond.


beautiful square moissanite from LychenandLychee – $300


65mm Forever Brilliant Moissanite in 14k gold from LouisaGallery – $800

And my personal favorite…


bezel set cushion solitaire by NodeformWeddings – $875