Birthstone Engagement Ring – How Do You Design the Apt One?

Written by Bhavya Singh
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Updated On December 22, 2023

Traditionally, choosing an engagement ring meant bribes had to cover a few usual pointers on their checklist. Should it be a white, rose, or yellow gold one? Or should it be an emerald cut diamond or solitaire? 

Many women often choose to engrave dates or names on their rings to make them distinctive. However, have you ever considered opting for jewelry that aligns with your stars? Well, you can have a birthstone engagement ring to meet that goal. 

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Whether you combine a colored gemstone with diamonds or wear it as a single piece, it will surely grab the eyeballs around. Every sun sign has its designated birthstone, and we have curated a list of these to help you shortlist the best birthstone engagement ring.

Garnet for January

Garnets have a variety of shades, and the most popular one is the crimson brown color. ‘Garnet’ in Latin translates to ‘seed’ or ‘dark red.’ People believe it can promote emotional well-being and re-energize your body. Garnets can be part of any bridal jewelry and symbolize good luck. You can look at the frequently asked questions about Garnets to learn more about the gemstone. 

Amethyst for February

Amethysts are gorgeous purple quartz for February-born brides. Earlier Egyptians used it as an antidote against intoxication. The name is derived from ‘Amethystos’, which means ‘not drunk’. Amethyst can help bring courage, strength, and calmness to the person wearing it.

Aquamarine for March

Pisces have aquamarines as their birthstone. The watery blue hue of the stone influences its nomenclature representing seawater. Aquamarines can help bring happiness to marriage and thus, can serve as a perfect engagement ring. 

Diamond for April

One of the most desirable and popular birthstones of all, diamonds are for April-born brides. Diamonds are the most sought-after gemstones for engagement rings and mark the celebration of the 60th and 75th anniversaries. There are various cuts and shapes that you can have for diamonds. Diamonds have detoxifying and purifying properties.

Emerald for May

Emeralds are a popular choice for engagement rings among brides. They have a radiant appeal and represent growth, renewal, and fertility. Cleopatra, the ancient Egyptian queen, preferred emeralds.

Pearl for June

Brides born in June have a special place on this list. They are privy to more than one gemstone, namely moonstone, pearls, and alexandrite. All three have lunar properties that help enhance female energy. 

Pearls are an essential part of jewelry and are used for every occasion. Moonstones have a rippling blue luster, changeable from white to pale bluish. Alexandrites have color-changing attributes. They appear red under normal light but green in the sunlight.

Ruby for July

July brides have ruby birthstones, one of the most valuable gemstones. The pricing and popularity of ruby wedding jewelry are second only to diamonds. They help improve self-image and the creativity of the person wearing it. If you want to go for this stone, you can choose the popular ruby ring setting.

Peridot for August

Peridot is a rare gem found deep in the earth’s mantle. It can help relieve stress and increase vitality and strength. Diamonds can compliment peridot on a gold band.

Sapphire for September

You can get various shades of sapphires, depending on their composition. They can have green, yellow, blue, purple, pink, orange, or intermediate hues. People believe these sapphire gemstones protect against various evils. 

Sapphires are sought-after as aids to improve concentration and focus. One of the most popular iterations that brides opt for worldwide is the navy. So, Virgo brides, you can have a shot at this one.

Tourmaline for October

October-born brides have an option to choose between opals and tourmaline. Tourmaline has many hues, including the popular intense violet. Most of the blue-hued stones are native to Brazil and Africa. Opals have an awe-inspiring kaleidoscopic color pattern that is second to none.

Topaz for November

November borns can select between two yellow-toned stones – topaz and citrine. Topaz is in demand as a stone to soothe and heal the senses. Citrine can help get rid of any negativity in your mind. 

Turquoise for December 

Tanzanite, turquoise, and blue topaz can help Sagittarius brides complement their persona with these blue gemstones. These stones represent serenity and calmness. You can have a diamond complement your blue gemstone of choice to create a stellar combination.

As you can see, there are various birthstones choices for your engagement ring. You can choose them not only to have a great styling option but also to have additional benefits. Opting for a stone with a purpose can help form a strong connection between you and your ring.

Author: Bhavya Singh
Bhavya is a highly enthusiastic, motivating person who has a professional bent toward learning, communication, and decision-making. She is also…