Spring Engagement Ring Ideas

spring engagement ringsOne of the most popular seasons to get engaged is the spring. Flowers are blooming and the world is anew, which makes for an incredibly romantic backdrop to a marriage proposal. One of the most important parts of any proposal, besides the setting, is the engagement ring. I wanted to share a few of our sweetest engagement ring settings that incorporate elements of spring since it was my favorite season!

1. Split Shank Floral Halo Engagement Ring

Split Shank Floral Halo Engagement RingThe nature-inspired element in this engagement ring is right in the name! The larger diamonds that make up the halo give the ring the look of petals that surround the center stone. This band has a plain split shank gives the wearer ample finger coverage without distracting from the center stone and diamond halo.

2. Diamond Leaf Accented Nature Inspired Engagement Ring

Diamond Leaf Accented Nature Inspired Engagement RingThis engagement ring reminds me of lace because of the delicate leaf design on the band. The ring features delicate diamond accents on the band, which enhance the sparkle and brilliance of the overall design. This ring features antique-inspired design elements, such as milgrain detailing, pave set diamonds, and unique prong setting for the center stone.

3. Morganite Engagement Ring with Leaf Design

Morganite Engagement Ring with Leaf DesignThe peachy pink color of this morganite engagement ring makes it a perfect choice for a spring engagement. The emerald cut center stone is complemented by the whimsical leaf design of the band, which also features diamond accents.

Want a spring-inspired engagement ring that don’t currently carry? Contact our jewelry designers for a complimentary jewelry quote.


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Jaclyn

About Jaclyn

Jaclyn is our head social media specialist, but also can often be found assisting customers with their fine jewelry questions. She enjoys all things pop culture and is a hobbyist photographer. You can email her at jaclyn@debebians.com.
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