What is Your Engagement Ring Style?

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As your relationship becomes more serious and you foresee a wedding in your upcoming future you may begin to think about the style of Engagement Ring that you would like. An Engagement Ring in most cases is worn daily, so you want to make sure it suits you!

Are you more of a traditional girl? If so, you will most likely be thinking about something elegant and classic. Possibly a round solitaire in platinum or princess cut diamond in white gold. You are going to be looking for something that will match your clothing and daily overall appearance, and these rings will add to your look without dominating it.
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Maybe you consider yourself to be a more modern girl and are looking for something in a more contemporary style! There are some styles and ring designs that are a little less simple, and will stand out a little bit more for 2012! Whether it be a traditional style, with some added sparkle, or a new shape entirely, the Jewelry Industry has plenty of options for girls looking for something that has changed with the times. 

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If contemporary or modern doesnt really describe your style, but you are definitely looking for something that stands out, you may be looking for something truly unique to wear as your Engagement Ring. You are different and like to stand out, so why would you want a traditional style ring?! You can feel free to explore new colors, shapes, and sizes to find something that truly fits your personality!

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Which ever style you ultimately decide upon, make sure your Engagement Ring is something that you will love and appreciate for years to come! Selecting something that suits our personality and style will allow you to wear it each day with pride.

Vanessa and Erik's Romantic Candlelit Wedding at the Ritz

Vanessa and Erik were married at the beautiful Ritz of Boston earlier this year and DME was so happy to have the opportunity to be a part of it! By taking our Bride and Groom's requests for romance and candle light, we added a perfect ambiance to an already stunning location. 


As guests entered the ceremony room, the faint glow of the candle light glistened all the way down the aisle, accenting the classic Chivari chairs and giving the Chandeliers some extra reflection and sparkle!


By using a variety of heights in glass ware, candles, and even floating candles in water, this aisle made for an exquisite entrance! 


The beautiful Bridal Party carried lush white hydrangea bouquets, with touches of various white flowers throughout, and bare stems!


The Bride's bouquet a little more special, with tones of blush, featuring roses, calla lillies, orchids, and more!


Guests were welcomed to one fabulous party when they entered the reception space! White dendrobium orchids, white tulips, pussy willow and curly willow tips made a bi cymbidium g impact, all while sitting on top of a piece of glass held up by vases covering giant orchids! 



The romantic elegance and candle light did not stop at the entrance, the room glowed with low floral arrangements surrounding a tall floating candle. The details of this event really gave the wedding it's overall theme!



It was an absolute pleasure working with the Bride and Groom on this fabulous event. Dana Markos Events would like to wish Vanessa and Erik a lifetime of happiness together! 



All of the gorgeous photography is by Connie Miller of Studio Atticus.