Friday, April 14

The perfect ring options for spring and vintage weddings

I haven't been as active as I have been this spring. I guess I am beginning to recover from the cold season, and one of the best ways I would recommend doing so is by clearing out your wardrobe and bringing out those lovely accessories and dresses and pairing them. Looking fabulous and lovely should be a way of life. It doesn't have to cost so much. It can be as simple as adding a little necklace to your outfit or just curling your hair. These little things do the magic.

If you have been on Instagram of late, you have probably noticed all the beautiful dresses worn by different bloggers and Instagram users—colourful, floral dressing that suits the blossoming of the spring weather. I must say I have been enjoying spring so much. Apart from the beautiful trees and sunshine spring brings, spring makes us hopeful for a warmer summer, and so we just get even more active. Spring is also a perfect time for weddings. Yes, have you seen those gorgeous travel photos that people share in the spring? Oh, my, they are fabulous. I definitely would love to have a spring wedding.
Spring weddings are so dreamy and nice, but of course you have to have a ring before you start planning for one. There are different rings I could recommend; not everyone can afford a diamond ring or even gold, so one of the most popular ring options is a moissanite engagement ring. Do you know why people like moissanite rings? Moissanite is a highly durable stone, intended to last a lifetime and guaranteed to withstand everyday wear. Moissanite is a very appealing alternative to the typical diamond engagement ring due to the personalization possibilities and the very affordable price tag.

Buying your bridal jewellery is something you should discuss with your partner, but if your partner doesn't really care about the style or material, you can go ahead with whatever preference you like. Friends and family, even those who are stylish, can help you pick out the best bridal jewellery for you. In my opinion, it should be a type of jewellery that you can still wear after the wedding. Buying something you can use further is a waste of money. If you are Rihanna, Beyonce, or even Genevieve Nnaji, maybe that will do for you. But generally, always go for versatile pieces like the ones Jeulia offers.
Another ring option is are vintage rings for women. Women adore vintage and antique rings because they were made before modern technology could make precise designs that could be easily duplicated and mass produced. Each ring was planned and manufactured by hand by expert craftsmen and artisans, and that personalised care frequently offers older rings more unique patterns, such as halo arrangements, lace or baroque detailing, and basket settings that are difficult to get from current jewellers. A vintage engagement ring can be a fantastic value for couples on a tight budget or with more thrifty buying habits, without sacrificing stone size or ring detail. It's a wedding, not a competition; the marriage is what matters.

Many spring discounts are ongoing, even with those from Mother's Day and Easter. There are lots of stores with new collections, so be sure to compare prices and shop from recommended brands that we share about.


  1. Ohh love is in the air... this makes me want to go to a spring wedding.


  2. Great post! Loved the rings.

  3. Incredible!
    I really want to get married.


  4. These are such beautiful and timeless picks! I've heard wonderful things about moissanite. It's great to have options for quality pieces at a fair price. Thank you for sharing!

  5. I love your choices, they're amazing

    Momentos e outras coisas

  6. You look amazing! And I love the rings you selected, even though I'm more of a traditional, bling-bling girlie!

    Krissi of the marquise diamond

  7. Ese amor esta haciendo de las suyas , y que mejor que celebrarlo , muy bonito todo. Un saludo.

  8. I love a vintage wedding and I use to work in the bridal industry. These are all excellent choices!

    Allie of

  9. Love these options! “It's a wedding, not a competition” < I believe this 100%.

  10. I love these options.
    My favorite one is the last one, it reminds me of sun and flower.

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