Sponsored Post: Engagement Rings from Gemvara

Apr 12

Today I’m excited to tell you a little bit about Gemvara, a Boston-based jeweler specializing in gorgeous, customizable jewelry including stunning gemstone engagement rings. Couples can browse a catalog of more than 1,500 original designs and mix and match from 26 different kinds of gemstones and eight precious metals to create a truly unique piece that is a perfect match for your personality. There is something positively romantic about richly colored gemstone rings and I just love the idea of wearing an engagement ring that showcases your birthstone or the gem that corresponds to the month that you met or will be married.

I love the combination of black diamonds and rubies with pretty accents of white diamonds. With Gemvara you can select the stones and metals for your engagement ring and your wedding band, with a range of price points to fit most budgets. Consider pairing a gorgeous ruby eternity band with a striking black diamond engagement ring and carrying the color palette throughout your celebration with black bridesmaids dresses and vibrant bouquets in ruby hues.

Or take inspiration from spring with one of Gemvara’s stunning green amethyst baubles. Paired with sparkling aquamarines, these colors remind me of sunshine. Dress your bridesmaids in spring green paired with classic white bouquets and crisp, preppy accents of yellow and blue.

Alternately, let fall be your muse with a jaw-dropping smoky quartz engagement ring paired with vibrant rubies and fire opal. For the wedding, showcase sherbet bridesmaid dresses with bouquets inspired by the rich colors of autumn for a unexpectedly lovely jewel tone color palette.

Colored gemstone engagement rings are popping up all over the place these days and I love the personalization options that Gemvara offers. Would you wear a colored stone or would you rather keep it traditional with classic white diamonds?

{Photos by Gemvara.}

This post was sponsored by Gemvara.

4 thoughts on “Sponsored Post: Engagement Rings from Gemvara”

  1. Engagement ring hunting is hard! This is an interesting idea, and definitely not something I considered before. Thanks for the great idea! I love this site.

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