5 Wedding Ring Trends You Need to Know for 2022

5 Wedding Ring Trends You Need to Know for 2022

By this moment we’re all very informed that nothing, not even a global pandemic, can obstruct love. And it surely hasn’t put a stop to the wedding season! Current wedding or engagement ring trends are still on exhibit, and designers, and couples, are getting more creative than ever when it comes to buying and shopping for the ring.

“I believe the moment calls for spectacular and precious things,” says designer Anna Sheffield. “Wedding ceremonies may change or be on hold for now, but the desire to celebrate love and union is going strong.”


Then what does the newest harvest of rings have to offer? We’re diving deep into the topmost wedding/ engagement ring trends for 2022. Whether you already have the ring of your dreams picked out (dropping hints counts), or you and your partner are just starting to talk about what that bling might look like—you’ll want to be armed with all the latest wedding ring trends before you visit your chosen craftsman, or digitally discuss the ideal ring with your jeweller.

1. Split shank rings

Characterized by a band that gracefully splits into two delicate strands of precious metal to frame the centre gem, split shank rings offer a look that’s as on-trend as it is a classic. The double band also gives an opportunity to add additional bright diamond accents to a wedding ring frame.

2. Pear cut diamonds

A pear cut, pear-shaped, or teardrop diamond is a classic, timeless, vintage cut that represents an emotional bond or connection. Like a round cut diamond, it is a brilliant-cut known for high sparkle. These loose diamonds are shaped like a teardrop and blend the most desirable elements of round cut and marquise cut diamonds.

3. Gallery Detail rings

A beautiful and subtle way of adding personality to a ring, whether it’s a detailed love heart or infinity symbol to represent your everlasting love, the gallery rail is essentially a bar that sits about midway between the top of the stone and the ring rail or “bridge” and helps keep the centre stone and side stone prongs secure. Some people prefer to set diamonds on the gallery rails for a slight more sparkle.

4. Coloured gemstones

Gemstone rings are among the most comfortable doors for wearing coloured ornaments which can also be matched with various dresses. From birth stones to classic precious gems such as sapphires, rubies and emeralds, a pop of colour is a certainly eye-catching detail for an engagement or a wedding ring.

5. Halo Diamonds

Halo diamond engagement and wedding rings are a beautiful and timeless choice. The halo ring is a setting that encircles a center gemstone in a collection of round pavé or micro-pavé diamonds. Halo rings are cut so that they catch the light at all times for a completely breath-taking glimmer.