Cue the Blushing Bride
Fact: More couples get engaged during the holidays than any other time of the year.
Fact: Millennial shoppers are breaking the mold when it comes to traditional engagement rings, including their choice of metals.
Fact: They are looking to you for options, expertise, and experience.
You know the blushing bride. She’s the one with the radiant, rosy glow. The one with the smile on her face that can’t be erased. The star-struck gaze. She’s not tied to a tradition, or metal color for that matter. She wants something unique, on trend, and totally her.
Enter rose gold.
It’s not a new metal to the bridal or fashion jewelry scene, and rose’s soft, feminine feel has helped it climb the ladder of popularity in recent years.
“Rose gold is an extremely feminine and updated choice for an engagement ring. The rosy shade flatters all skin tones, and it looks great mixed with other metal colors. White gold accented with rose gold is also very current; it creates a very beautiful and whimsical look. Whether it is a rose gold engagement or a matching band, rose is a great choice for a fresh look.”
-Taylor Burgess, Bridal Director
The metal is simultaneously traditional and unusual, making it an ideal option for the classic or standout bride.
The bride doesn’t want to “say yes” to all rose? Two-tone options give timeless styles of-the-moment upgrades while offering just a hint of the contrasting metal.
More of gem lover? Pair rose gold with complementing pink stones, like morganite, for a chic, monochromatic look.
Have a favorite rose gold style? We’d love to see it, share in the comments! And to see more rose gold options, visit us online at www.stuller.com/bridal.