A stunt ring, also known as a placeholder or temporary engagement ring, is used for the proposal before selecting the final engagement ring with your partner. It's not meant to be the permanent or official engagement ring but serves as a symbolic placeholder during the proposal moment.
Choosing a stunt engagement ring can be a thoughtful decision for various reasons. Here are some reasons why a placeholder ring might be the best choice for you.
If you want to keep your proposal a surprise but aren't entirely sure about your partner's ring preferences, a stunt ring allows the proposal to happen without the stress of getting the perfect ring right away. You may not want to spoil the surprise by involving your partner in the selection process, so a stunt ring allows you to keep the surprise when you pop the question.
Selecting an engagement ring can be overwhelming. A stunt ring alleviates the pressure of choosing the "perfect" ring alone, allowing you, as a couple, time to discuss and design your ideal forever ring together.
Every woman has their unique style and preferences. A stunt ring can prevent the disappointment that might arise if the chosen ring doesn't match your partner's taste or expectations.
The stunt ring represents the commitment and intention to marry, allowing your partner and yourself to enjoy the proposal moment and the excitement of designing the engagement ring together.
The process of selecting a permanent engagement ring together can be a memorable experience for the couple. It adds to the story of your engagement and strengthens your bond.
If your proposal is planned and the actual ring you have designed isn't ready or purchased yet, a stunt ring allows the proposal to proceed without delays.
Now that you have popped the question with your stunt ring, what is the next step?
Discussing Your Official Engagement Ring
Following the proposal, you now have the opportunity to have an open conversation about the creation of your partner’s official engagement ring. The conversation will include style preferences, gold selection, diamond shape and budget considerations.
Customised Engagement Ring
The first consultation at Morgan & Co will include comprehensive education on diamonds, gems and gold preferences. Selection of your diamond, or gemstone, as well as design and setting considerations.
The Morgan & Co Difference
Morgan & Co will provide you with a placeholder ring and the cost will come off your engagement ring when you decide on the design. We will create a beautiful in-studio experience for you and your partner when it comes time to design your forever ring, we will provide a gift for your partner and on the day we will celebrate over champagne and an intimate consultation that becomes part of your proposal story.
Using a stunt ring allows couples to enjoy the moment of proposal without the pressure of selecting the final ring beforehand. It also gives you the opportunity to design your perfect engagement ring together, ensuring that the ring holds sentimental value and reflects the wearer's style and preferences.
Overall, a stunt engagement ring can be a practical and considerate choice, allowing both partners to participate in the exciting process of choosing a symbol of their love and commitment.
The dazzling world of custom jewellery is often cloaked in misconceptions, with the most prevalent one being that bespoke creations are an expensive indulgence. However, it's time to set the record straight and shed light on the affordability and accessibility of boutique jewellers.
You might find it hard to believe, but shopping at boutique jewellers like Morgan & Co can be lighter on the wallet than you'd expect. Contrary to popular belief, it's not necessarily the big names that provide the best value for your money.
We'd like to challenge the common assumption that they always offer the best bang for your buck. Boutique jewellers such as Morgan & Co often surprise customers by offering superior quality pieces that are competitively priced, if not less expensive.
So let's debunk this myth together. Are boutique jewellers expensive? Not necessarily.