The triangle shapes of these two rings (above and below) are absolutely stunning. Whether you choose a classic diamond or a more modern colored gem, the shape of these rings will keep catching your eye again and again.



Just because the rings are more on the minimal side doesn't mean that you can't use them to express your creativity. The stacked gold and silver rings above are a great way to show off your individual style and the mountain inspired ring below is the perfect fit for outdoor-loving brides.

Paula Elaine Barnett

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Put an interesting twist on the setting with obscure shaped diamonds and gem stones. The caged baguette diamond halo ring above is both elegant and modern with it's barely-there halo band. For those who want the stone to be the center focus, frame it with a double band (below) to create the illusion of a wider feel.

Yeni Nesil Tek


If it's the shape that you're interested in, choose something unique like an adorned rectangle (above) or the diamond hexagon shape (below). Geometric shapes are a trending theme for weddings this year but these simple rings will never go out of style.

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Credits:   Cappucinine   |   Artimer   |   Noa Fine Jewelry   |   Paula Elaine Barnette   |   Polly Wales   |   Yeni Nesil   |   minimalvs   |   Aesa Jewelry