We all know that Valentine’s Day is synonymous with hearts, flowers and the colors red and pink. This year, get creative and take these ideas to the next level when choosing a gift for your one and only. Check out this Valentine’s Day gift guide and surprise your SO with a thoughtful piece of jewelry that will last forever.
February 14th marks one of the most popular days to propose and there’s a good reason why. When it comes to designing an engagement ring, pair the setting with a heart shaped diamond to complement the theme of love. It’ll serve as a reminder of this particular Valentine’s Day as well as your future anniversary. Plus, the rose gold band adds a nice touch that is oh-so-popular right now (especially among celebs).
In the ‘20s and ‘30s, Art Deco greatly influenced architecture, paintings and sculptures around the globe. If she’s an old soul with an affinity for all things vintage, this Art Deco-inspired necklace makes for a thoughtful Valentine’s Day gift.
Show her she’s your number one with a timeless gold stunner. Lightweight and flexible, the row of diamonds on this bracelet adds just the right amount of sparkle for everyday wear. A win-win for sure.
It’s said that red symbolizes passion, desire and, yes, love. These studs feature two princess cut rubies which take center stage among luminous diamonds. Perfect for a Valentine’s Day gift along with a box of chocolates.
In Roman mythology, Cupid—portrayed as an angelic winged baby—is the God of Love. He has the power to make people fall head over heels for one another with a swift shot from his bow and arrow. This ring’s open arrow design is a fun take on the old tale and glistens with pavé set diamonds.
There’s no such thing as too many hearts on Valentine’s Day. This rose gold diamond pendant goes with just about any outfit and sums up all the feels.
This engagement ring is the epitome of classic elegance. The facets of the French Cut pavé diamond are designed to maximize the amount of light that hits from every angle, resulting in extra sparkle.
Fun fact: The stone morganite is named after financier (and gem collector) J.P. Morgan who supported arts and sciences and contributed to major global institutions. There’s a certain sweetness and innocence to the light pink color of these studs, making it a perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your SO.
Well, this is not an engagement ring you see everyday. The design of the diamond swirl pavé halo is made even more interesting with an ombré color scheme. Once you’ve picked the ring, next up is brainstorming romantic ways to propose on Valentine’s Day.
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