7 TIPS FOR BUYING AN ENGAGEMENT RING

The process of planning the perfect proposal for your bae is undoubtedly daunting. From deciding the venue to crafting a heartfelt speech – everything must go per plan. Despite the hassle, purchasing an ideal engagement ring shouldn’t be an overwhelming experience.

We have gathered 7 useful tips that will help you choose the perfect engagement ring that your fiancé-to-be can cherish for years to come.

  1. DETERMINE YOUR BUDGET

Since engagement rings can be pretty expensive, there’s nothing wrong with determining your budget beforehand. By doing so, you’ll save your future relationship from financial burdens and worries.

  1. DO YOUR RESEARCH

If you aren’t well-informed about the dos and don’ts of engagement rings, that’s okay! Start by seeking help from dear ones who were once in the same boat. Survey about the prices and decide whether you’ll purchase from online vendors or brick-and-mortar jewelers.

  1. CONSIDER HER CHOICE

Though your choice of engagement ring matters, hers isn’t of any less importance. Consider her option in jewelry and go for something that complements her personality. If necessary, seek advice from her sister or best friend.

  1. DECIDE YOUR STONE

A classic engagement ring consists of a bold, flashy diamond. However, if your partner prefers gemstones, there are numerous diamond-alternative gemstones as well. Have a look at our variety of extravagant Léviur gemstone options.

  1. PICK A SHAPE

The cut or shape of the stone will determine the final look of your ring. At the Léviur store, we have an array of exquisite cuts to choose from. Pick a shape from our classic round solitaires, pillow-cuts, ovals, and unique hearts.

  1. CHOOSE A METAL

There are abundant metal options available in the market; the most common ones are Platinum and Silver. Each has its own qualities and beauty factors. Shop from our diverse range and find the perfect metal for your engagement ring. 

  1. GET THE RIGHT RING SIZE

This may sound obvious, but if the ring doesn’t fit her during the proposal – wouldn’t that be a little disappointing? Besides that, the process of resizing the ring itself may take weeks or even months. Let’s not do that to her, okay?