The decision to commitment can be scary, to a colored stone engagement ring that is. Here are a few ways to add that color without going overboard.


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Want your engagement ring to stand out from the crowd? A uniquely colored gemstone engagement ring might be just what the bride ordered. Of course the size gets everyone’s attention, but then again so does a brightly colored center blue sapphire stone like these.



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The gold & shape of the stone you choose for your engagement ring can make an immense difference to how you stand out. Mix things up with a morganite center stone sparkler like this one. Two-tone or rose gold are always attractive metals that add subtle color & uniqueness to the ring.



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If a center stone is too much color, then add some colored diamond accents. Fancy diamonds or sapphires on the band give a solitaire ring a more vibrant feel. They’re just enough to compliment the center stone and make it pop a little more than usual.


Color is an artistic way to make a fashionable bold statement. With the use of a center gemstone, colored metal bands, or colored diamond accents you can make it happen.