design your own

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The Custom Bridal Process

step one

Choose the main Stone

We source traditional white diamonds, non-traditional diamonds, colored, fancy cut and other precious stones for your perfect piece. If you have an heirloom stone from a pre-existing piece of jewelry or choose to source your own center stone, there will be a "corkage" fee for us to set it. The cost will be determined on a case by case basis, depending on complexity of design and size of the stone.

Step Two

Choose the Setting

Bezel Setting:

A Layer of metal wrapped around the circumference of the stone keeping it secure. A modern and sleek aesthetic. 

Prong Setting:

Delicate but mighty prongs secure the stone and allow light from all angles to enter the setting. A timeless and elegant aesthetic. 

Add Ons: 

While the solitaire look is always an option, so is a variety of design elements like an asymmetrical or symmetrical stone cluster, flanking side stones, stackable accent bands and more.


Determine the Details

Choose the metal type you prefer. We offer 14k yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, and sterling silver. Knowing the exact ring size for your project is key which helps us to avoid having to disassemble your piece for resize at a later date. Resizing fees apply.

With a Modern Twist

Traditional White

There are rose-cut, emerald cut, brilliant cut, marquise, round and oval cut for diamond, moissanite, and white sapphire! All of these stones are used to achieve that timeless white stone look. We can design simple and traditional, or add side stones, stone clusters, stacking bands and more to make it unique to you.


for the non traditionalist

Salt & Pepper + champagne

We love salt & pepper and champagne diamonds. They come in all different colors, variants and cuts that make a truly unique statement. These diamonds have what are known as “inclusions,” or black and white coloring and markings throughout the stone making no two alike.


be unique

colored gems

An engagement ring doesn’t have to be a diamond. In fact, most early engagement rings were emerald, ruby, or sapphire. We have also used tourmaline, morganite, sunstone, and alexandrite.


Bridal Jewelry

Shop pieces and sets that are perfect for your special day or inquire about something custom!


For the Bride

Bands for Her

Create the perfect stack with our signature bands!


For the Groom

Bands for Him

We also offer a select number of casted mens bands with various styles and finishes. See the chart for more & email us for pricing!