When most people go engagement ring shopping, the most obvious choice of all is white. For a long time, men in the society have always gravitated towards choosing the color white and the expensive Diamond to adorn their beloved’s finger.
No offense, but white is such an overdone color. It’s the traditional color, no doubt. But your lady love isn’t just any bride now, is she?
Yes, pink gemstones aren’t for everyone, but how often do you see brides sporting pink sapphire or pink tourmaline? Not a lot, that’s for sure. But that doesn’t mean your bride doesn’t deserve one.
It would be such a shame to pass up on a pink ring that suits her the most!
The Meaning Behind Pink
We’re not one for extreme gender roles, but no matter how much time has changed, pink is steadfast in its identity as a feminine color. Of course, it’s always been a “girly” color. But that’s not the reason why we think you should start considering pink gems on your future bride’s engagement ring.
Pink is a delicate color that holds emphasis over romance, tenderness, affection, friendship, inner peace, and other positive traits. It’s the color of the universal love of oneself and others.
A very romantic color for a very heart-rending occasion.
Pink Gemstone Options to Choose From
Upon deciding on a pink gemstone for the engagement ring, you’ll have to start thinking about the perfect stone center. Luckily for you, there are plenty of pink gemstone options available. Take your pick from quartzes, sapphires, morganites, topazes, tourmalines, and the occasional pink diamond.
Sapphires are symbols of power and strength, but also of kindness and wise judgment. It teaches the wearer that true strength lies in the power of vulnerability. Pink Sapphires assist the body through life’s transitions. It stimulates love, forgiveness, and acceptance.
Here are some Pink Sapphire engagement rings to spark some ideas:
Morganite: a heart chakra stone that carries the energy of divine love and compassion. This stone brings a sense of peace, lightness, and joy. In addition, it also brings healing, assurance, and promise. As a crystal of the heart, Morganite deepens the romantic relationship between you and your partner. It inspires joy and reverence for life while increasing the opportunities of feeling the unconditional love of the divine.
Take a look at these Morganite engagement rings for references:
Topaz has always been known as the gemstone that receives the divine protection of the sun. Also known as the Imperial Topaz, Pink Topaz has always been revered as a gemstone of truth since ancient times. It brings true love as well as true success. It symbolizes eternity. And what could be a more romantic engagement ring than one containing this?
Check out these Pink Topaz engagement rings to get inspiration flowing:
Pink Tourmaline contains energy that vibrates within both the heart chakra and the higher heart chakra. The implication of its use alone brings an influx of love, joy, and happiness into your life. It also infuses love and spirituality, encouraging compassion and gentleness in periods of growth and change.
Look at these Pink Tourmaline engagement rings for a few ideas:
The Rose Quartz is known as ‘the love stone’ for a good reason. It was used as a love token as early as 600 BC, and until today, remains as an important talisman of relationships. Rose Quartz attracts romance and intimacy while developing closer bonds with family and friends. It emits a strong vibration of unconditional love, joy, warmth, and unparalleled emotional healing. It’s a gemstone that derived its name from its lovely rose pink color.
Browse through this selection of Rose Quartz engagement ring ideas:
Spinels are stones of revitalization — re-energizing all aspects of the wearer’s life. (Talk about the perfect engagement ring for a workaholic bride.) But Spinel is also a stone of hope that gives encouragement. Pink Spinel fosters the spirit of appreciation and gratitude. It vibrates the energies of inspiration and beauty. Appreciate the beauty of love and life with this pink wonder.
Here are some Pink Spinel engagement rings to fuel your imagination:
As the traditional gemstone for any engagement ring, Diamonds have been all the rage for as long as people can remember. But Pink Diamonds are a different story altogether. Pink Diamonds are stones that encourage the imagination for the future. Pink Diamonds have numerous positive metaphysical properties. But more so, we just love it because it’s such a unique and pretty color for a traditional beauty.
Look at these pretty Pink Diamond engagement rings to consider:
And on that note,
Pink gemstones have their own set of uses and meanings along with benefits for the wearer. Because aside from the fact that they’re beautiful when tastefully and impeccably crafted, pink gemstones bring with them the energy of love needed to aid your future together as husband and wife.
So get out there and give your bride-to-be the unique pink gemstone she truly deserves.
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