Whilst on the search for the perfect engagement ring, people tend to overlook pink gemstones. White seems to be the more traditional choice, but you aren’t just any bride now are you?Pink gemstones aren’t for everyone, we get it. After all, how many times have you actually seen a bride sporting a pink sapphire or morganite engagement ring?
Yeah, that’s what we thought. We haven’t seen too many either.Yet that doesn’t mean you can’t get one. If you love the idea of ‘pink’ as the ultimate reflection of your love for one another, then go for it. Buy what you will enjoy love wearing for the next 30, 40, or 50 years. Don’t regret buying a boring white diamond just because some wedding industry marketing machine told you to buy one.
Pink Gemstone Meaning
What makes a ring with a pink gemstone all the more special is the meaning of pink. People tend to associate it with femininity. Yes of course, it’s supposed to be a “girly” color, but that’s not the primary reason we think it rocks as your big rock. Pink is the color of universal love, and means “I will never forget you!”It’s actually very romantic! Pink is also used to express contentment, so we are sure that sporting a pink rock will trigger even happier times in your life beyond your big day.
Pink Gemstone Engagement Ring Options
You’ve decided to go with a pink gemstone, and now you just have to think about the type of center stone. There are a lot of gemstones on the market that you can get in pink for your unique ring, but our particular favorites are sapphire, morganite, tourmaline, and topaz. Read on to see our top picks for a pink gemstone ring!
1. Light Pink Sapphire
This gorgeous engagement ring features a light pink sapphire at its center. It is just the right shade for a subtle, classy look. The silver band works perfectly with the pastel pink tones of the gemstone, and it has a feminine finish. The ideal ring to pop the question? We love it, but we’ll leave that decision to you!
2. Peach Sapphire
This gorgeous engagement ring features a light pink sapphire at its center. It is just the right shade too – not too light, but not bright pink, for a subtle, classy look. The silver band works perfectly with the pastel tones of the gemstone, and it has a feminine finish. The ideal ring to pop the question? We love it, but we’ll leave that decision to you!
3. Halo Pink Sapphire Engagement Ring
If a pink gemstone isn’t romantic enough for you, check out this heart design ring for an even more adorable touch. The band is in white gold, and the pink sapphire is surrounded by diamond embellishments for that extra wow factor. This ring will definitely bring a smile to her face!
Why would Morganite make a wonderful choice for an engagement ring? Well, the stone is known to protect your heart, so let her know you will protect hers with a beautiful morganite ring. We did a whole other post on morganite if interested.
4. Morganite Ring in Rose Gold
This exquisite ring has a natural Morganite center stone and is embellished with diamonds. The band is your choice, but doesn’t rose gold perfectly match the Morganite gemstone? You can even engrave the ring with a special date (wedding day or day you met) for an even more romantic touch.
5. Round Cut Morganite
This gorgeous piece makes for an excellent engagement ring. It is handmade in round cut Morganite and diamonds, giving it an all-over pink hue. The accent stones are natural conflict free diamonds. The peach tones in the rose gold and Morganite are hard to resist – especially when you see the price. It is an affordable ring that is still spectacular!
6. Cushion Cut Morganite
It’s true how the simplest of designs are usually the classiest. This design is so simple, with its thin band and diamond halo embellishments, but it is still absolutely beautiful with a minimalist feel. The Morganite is cut into a rounded square for a flattering cut. This ring can also be engraved — what’s not to love?
Pink Tourmaline Rings
7. Cushion Cut Morganite
At its center is a California pink tourmaline, which really speaks for itself. The octagonal shape of the tourmaline breathes utter modernity into an otherwise traditional design, and the darker pink shade flatters even the fairest of skin tones. It is a beautifully crafted engagement ring with an unusual gemstone design — one that we instantly admire and appreciate!
8. Peach Tourmaline Engagement Ring
This ring has an antique-inspired design, with diamond embellishments surrounding the peach tourmaline stone. The double-band design is tiara-like, making it even more feminine and chic.
9. Vintage Rose Gold Pink Tourmaline and Diamond Halo
A beautiful ring for a couple looking for something special and one of a kind. This vintage ring from 19th century features pink tourmaline surrounded by 12 Swiss cut diamonds in a halo formation, and finished with a beautiful 14k rose gold band. We think it proves that pink gemstones don’t necessarily have to go hand-in-hand with rose gold.
Pink Topaz Rings
10. Imperial Pink Topaz Engagement Ring
Topaz is a stone that is said to bring true love and fidelity – something you truly want in a ring and a relationship.
This imperial design is one-of-a-kind. Roses are a symbol of admiration, and one thing’s for sure: you and your future fiancée will be admiring this gorgeous ring for a long time! The thin rose gold band flatters this ring with just the right aesthetic balance.
11. Floral Pink Topaz
If you want something a little different, this floral ring is the way to go. The bright shade of this pink topaz goes wonderfully with the grey hue of the diamonds and petite flowers, and the rose gold band is just divine!
12. Pink Topaz Engagement Ring
Are you looking for something a little more grand? Well, this ring is a show-stopper! Inspired by modern Russian designs, this unique ring features a twisted 1.5 carat light pink topaz surrounded secured with a solid platinum 6-prong setting. The shine from this ring will make anyone truly speechless, and the twisted faceted topaz is amazing to view from all angles. Slipping this ring on your finger is like wearing a precious pink rose (in gemstone form) everywhere you go.
Thanks for reading our roundup of pink gemstone rings, we hope you got at least a little bit of inspiration. Think pink, and find your dream engagement ring to pop the question!