Here’s How to Choose the Perfect Engagement Ring

The engagement ring is more than just a piece of jewelry – or even a gift. It is a true commitment to your loved one – and a powerful symbol of your love story too. Of course, you will want the engagement ring to be really special and representative for your special lady and who she is. But how do you make the right choice?

We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.


  • First and foremost, step outside the boundaries of tradition. A white diamond ring is perfectly OK if that’s what your lady is all about and if she enjoys classic elegance more than anything. If she is more modern though, she might be happier with a more special ring design. It’s all about what she loves, in the end – so keep an eye on her favorite pieces of jewelry to see what she likes most.
  • The good news is that you have so many options to choose from! Pick a stunning colorful gemstone or a heart-shaped one, a very delicate small ring or one that makes a statement wherever it “goes”. There’s something for every type of lady and style, really.
  • Not sure what precious metal to choose for the ring? Traditionally, engagement rings are made with white gold or platinum – but everything goes these days, really. Yellow gold, rose gold, silver, black gold – you name it and there will surely be options (or at least a jeweler to custom-make a ring for you).

Looking for the most fantastic wedding venue in all of Virginia? If she said “Yes”, come celebrate your loves story at Black Horse Inn. Contact us, learn more about our offer and allow us to be part of the Big Day. Our venue is ready for you and your guests!


Photo source: magerleagues


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