A couple’s wedding should reflect their personal style and aesthetic-even if it’s not traditional. We love this bride requested 2 things on her moissanite engagement rings that went totally up against the norm-rose gold metal and a center stone that was anything but a diamond. See the stunning results below!
Galen knew from your start what sort of ring his bride Sommer would wish. “Sommer made two very unusual requests on her ring,” said Galen, “it needed to be rose gold and it also had to have a stone other than a diamond.” So like any good groom, Galen did his research and went along to Beasley’s Fine Jewelry in Lewisville to produce a custom design created from rose gold and adorned with the amazing Morganite stone. Both Sommer and Galen wanted to keep their look cohesive so that they purchased wedding bands to match with the appearance of the engagement ring. Styles that-for them-felt were unique and exquisite.
“I decided the LaVerne gown from BHLDN because I knew I needed a gown with engagement rings under 1000 plus an ornate back, and i also absolutely fell in love with the back with this dress. Furthermore, i loved that the dress was easy to maneuver in and had a traditional vintage look,” said Sommer.
“For my ‘something borrowed as well as something blue’ my good friend lent me an antique blue-topaz ring that she explained features a long reputation of being worn by strong women. I wore an attractive kind of diamond earrings i surely could borrow from another close friend.
“I had two groomsmen, we coordinated by wearing white dress shirts and identical soft orange bow ties. However, I needed to differentiate yourself from them, so I elected to use blue and asked them to wear grey. We dexjpky09 them the freedom to obtain their own suits. Robby went with morganite bridal ring set and Colin went with suit supply Siena,” said Galen.