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Expressions Jewelers specializes in creating custom & handcrafted fine jewelry and showcasing curated collections from designers around the world.


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Spring Engagement Ring Trends

Mary Van Buer

Though it might not feel like it now, Spring is not too far off and neither is wedding season! We though it was a good time to check in with some Spring engagement ring trends.

The East-West Ring

This trend is now represented all through fashion jewelry from pendants, studs, and rings. The more darling show it off in their engagement ring. Works with: oval, emerald, rectangle radiant and cushion, marquise shapes.

A Touch of Rose

Make it two-tone - specifically rose and white. This combination gives you an opportunity to warm up your white gold ring without going all-in with the rose gold trend. Try adding a rose gold profile detail or rose gold halo to your engagement ring.


The Timeless Solitaire

The solitaire will forever be on this list. It is a timeless design that will always be on-trend. A single set center diamond or gemstone is highlighted by a simple, clean profile. Don’t think of a solitaire ring as basic, though. There are still so many options like your metal color (rose gold ring with a white gold crown is one of my favorites), style and width of the ring, and setting style.


A Royal Three-Stone

Think Megan Markle. Of course there is always a celebrity or royal-inspired trend, however the three-stone ring has been a go-to for years. Ms. Markle’s ring appears to be a cushion shape center with a round diamond on each side. There is a lot of room to get creative here: Emerald-cut with trapezoids, oval with half-moon shapes. This style is also a great way to get some color into your ring: diamond center with blue sapphire on either side. There are so many combinations!

Despite what’s “on-trend” in the engagement ring arena, what really matters is that it is yours. That means designing a ring that you love. Book an appointment to get started on your custom engagement ring!