#WeddingWednesday – Bring In 2015 With Bling

On this #WeddingWednesday we decided to go back to the shiniest, happiest moment in a soon-to-be wed couples new life together: the engagement.

Since the year is young, there is still plenty of time for trends to form, but we decided to take a look at some popular engagement ring types, and the ones that we think we will see more of in 2015. Here are some

Diamond Cluster

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend – or so the saying goes. Diamond cluster rings are great for the girl who is looking to have a larger ring, but at not a larger cost. The multitude of smaller diamonds ensures that there’s all-around sparkle.


Princess Kate (whose beautiful ring is shown above), is the epitome of a classic beauty, and her ring certainly matches. Gemstone rings may not be the most traditional engagement ring type; however, they add a very large pop of color, and help to make the rock on any finger stand out even more.

Rose Gold

In our opinion, 2015 will be the year of the rose gold wedding band. While white gold has reigned as the preferred choice of metal in years past; however, in the last few years, rose gold has become an increasingly popular choice for those picking out fine jewelry. We believe that the inevitable transition from fine jewelry to engagement jewelry is happening this year. Besides, what’s not to love about the warm hued band that contrasts so beautifully with the clear, perfect diamond(s).

Cushion Cut

For those who are looking for a classically elegant-styled engagement ring, the cushion cut is the way to go this year. With a slightly vintage flare, the cushion cut has a romantic silhouette that is timeless.


Enjoy every moment of your engagement, and each time you look at your ring, remember the miraculous moment you said, “Yes,” and look forward to the moment you get to say, “I do.”

Planning your wedding?  The Hyatt Regency McCormick Place would love to host your wedding!  View Hyatt Regency McCormick Place’s online wedding brochure.  Or contact our wedding coordinator Stacy Terpsma via email or at 312.528.4168

You’re more than welcome at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, 2233 South Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60616; +1 312 567 1234

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