Monthly Archives: June 2020
Posted: June 25, 2020
You're engaged! But before you start planning your big day, it's your turn to pop the question—that is, to your bridesmaids. It can be a high-pressure situation. Your best friends have stuck with you through thick and thin, so it's only natural you'd want them standing by your side on your wedding day.
Diamonds are a girl's best friend, but best friends are as special as diamonds.
Proposing to your bridesmaids is a big deal—these are the women who will help you plan, celebrate, and survive your wedding. Your bridal party is basically the VIPs of your wedding, and they should be treated as such. So, how do you pop the question to your future bridesmaids? If you need some inspiration for your bridesmaid proposals, here are 10 creative ideas to help you pop the big question to the special ladies in your life.
Throw a Wine Night
One of the best bridesmaid proposal ideas is to gather your besties for a wine tasting night or drinks at your place. To pop the question, wait until the end of the evening and present the final ready-to-sip selection. Opt for a delicious white or red wine with a custom label that asks your best friends to be a part of your wedding party—you'll be toasting to yourselves for the rest of the night.
Pack a Gift Box
If big, nontraditional gestures aren't your thing, put together a simple gift box filled with wedding-themed items
Posted: June 15, 2020
Choosing an engagement ring is a huge decision because likely, you will wear that piece for a long time—and you want one that will be timeless and classic so that it always matches the current fashion trends.
Some of those brilliant styles include solitaire diamonds, pavé wedding bands, and others available at Agape Diamonds. With white gold, yellow gold, and platinum band options, you can pick a ring that is worthy of your true love. We use only the best lab-created diamonds so that you will get the beauty of a luxury ring without the high diamond prices associated with mined diamonds. They're durable, shine with brilliance, and look just as crystal-clear as their natural counterparts without impurities. They're created in a special diamond foundry to get that stunning look, just like a natural diamond counterpart. You'll want to add one to your wish list.
Learn more about just some of the simple diamond engagement ring designs that we have available that you will not find at just any jeweler, local store, or retailers.
Asscher Cut Cathedral Ring with Accents
The Asscher Cut Cathedral engagement ring boasts a four-prong setting with a square-cut diamond. Choose a synthetic diamond from 1 to 3 carats in size for the main stone and then watch it sparkle along with the accent stone underneath that elevates it up from the band for a timeless look. Order a matching wedding band that will complement the ring beautifully.
Princess-Cut Pavé Style Halo Ring
Posted: June 01, 2020
Purchasing the perfect engagement ring can be exciting as you try to find the gemstone that best signifies your true love for your significant other. With so many rings and ring sets available, the experience can become overwhelming at times as you explore options such as natural diamonds, cubic zirconia, synthetic diamonds, or other stones entirely.
Are you searching for a beautiful diamond engagement ring but feel dissuaded by the higher price tag of a large carat diamond at a big-box store? Find out some sneaky ways you can make your engagement ring look larger while still showcasing its beauty.
Instead of focusing on carats, look at the cut of the diamond.
Many diamond buyers tend to focus on the carat of diamonds, but there are other ways to give off the illusion that a diamond is bigger. The way a diamond is cut can either create sparkle and flair, or it can be a poorly done cut and the diamond will look duller than it should and be less durable. A well-cut diamond with clarity and a solid crystal structure will look gorgeous and catch the light, giving off an air of a larger-sized diamond to the naked eye.
Choose a less traditionally shaped diamond.
More often than not, you will see round diamonds set into rings. While these are of course beautiful,