Your wedding day will be one of the most unforgettable days of your life. Buying a wedding ring is not only an investment but also a visual way to show your love for each other.
There are so many options to commemorate and celebrate your bond accordingly to your own taste. Traditionally a plain band is worn but the possibilities are endless. Many couples choose matching wedding rings to serve as a constant symbol for both of you to remember one of the most special days you will ever share together.
Here’s some great jewellers where you can choose from a wide range of wedding and engagement rings based in Yorkshire from places like Leeds, Bradford, York, Sheffield, Doncaster and Harrogate, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your Yorkshire Wedding magazine when contacting a jeweller for your wedding and engagement rings.
The Ivy & Lily adventure begins with our founder's love of design & finding little treasures for your special day.
Inspired by the heritage of romantic storytelling, we invite you to fall in love with our handmade Tutu’s, soft touch leotards & adorable vintage inspired accessories.
Jacqueline & Edward is a family-owned artisan jewellery business run by husband-and-wife Mark and Jacqueline. Named after the two loves in Mark’s life – his wife and his father, the business has been creating bespoke engagement and wedding rings since 2014 and was born out of Mark’s passion – gold panning. He is a world gold panning finalist and British and Scottish gold panning champion as well as a Chartered Environmentalist and Scientist.
At Lister Horsfall we understand that it’s both an emotional and exciting time when someone is about to propose, get married or enter in to a civil partnership, so we make sure that couples get the best experience to help them make the moment as perfect as possible.
Aimee Howlett, jewellery expert at Diamonds Factory, has shared how to choose and clean your wedding band. 'When choosing your wedding band, it's important to consider your lifestyle and daily activities. If you're someone with an active lifestyle you might want to go for a more durable material like platinum or tungsten that can withstand potential scratches and avoid a ring that has diamonds. With this in mind, it's worth visiting a jewellery store and trying on different styles of wedding bands, which can be really fun! Pay attention to comfort, fit, and how well it pairs with your engagement ring (if you have one).
Posted: 21 August 2023
Luxury jewellers, Mappin & Webb, part of the Watches of Switzerland Group, has unveiled its new-look showroom located on Davy Gate, in York. The new larger boutique replaces their previous location on Coney Street, having taken over the old Fraser Hart Jewellers back in 2020. Mappin & Webb is a true British treasure with more than 245 years of tradition and historical significance in the world of silver and fine jewellery. It's a story that began in 1775, when Jonathan Mappin opened a workshop in Sheffield, with a mission to create the most beautifully crafted silverware for British society. Over the immediate years that followed this would see the company expand internationally, receive Royal Warrants and commissions from Monarchs around the world, and become synonymous with excellence, craftsmanship and all things truly British
Posted: 13 July 2023
Often overlooked, there's a big difference between platinum, gold and white gold rings, even though they look very similar. Despite gold rings being the traditional choice platinum wedding bands have over 6.1k searches and platinum wedding rings 3.3k in the UK each month. Whilst gold wedding bands have only 1k searches and gold wedding rings 5.4k, this suggests that in 2023 the most popular choice may be a platinum band. But with more 15k searches for 'Wedding Bands' in the UK every month - the decision may not be as simple as what's on trend. Here, jewellery expert Sach Kukadia at 7879 recommends how to choose the perfect wedding ring a purchase far more more important than your regular jewellery! Find out the difference between platinum vs golds, delving into everything, including their pros and cons, through to how well they'll fare in the long run...
Posted: 12 July 2023
Wedding traditions are dramatically different around the world. From the type of cake served to the attire of the bride, you'll be amazed at what happens on wedding days around the continent. To celebrate Eurovision 2023 taking place in the vibrant city of Liverpool, engagement and wedding ring experts at Steven Stone have rounded up some of the most bizarre traditions from participating countries – including the Big 5.
Posted: 13 May 2023
A Disney-obsessed duo had the trip of a lifetime, on their fourth visit to Walt Disney World, as Adam Smith, got down on one knee to propose at the most magical place on earth. Adam and Chloe both living in Leeds have been together for 10 years and both share an incredible passion for holidays to Disney. Except this time, Adam was planning a very special trip, as he set the wheels in motion to ask for Chloe's hand in marriage at their favourite Disney Florida holiday destination.
Posted: 28 March 2023
Jewellers F.Hinds, boasting more than 115 stores across England, advise on what precious metals your wedding rings could be made from... Your wedding day will be one of the biggest days of your life, and we're so happy that you're about to embark on this new chapter, no doubt you are too! With an exciting engagement comes a whole load of happiness and emotion, but with that what also comes is a never-ending list of things you need to do before the big day, and we can bet that one of them is going to be to "find the perfect wedding rings".
Posted: 7 February 2023
Whether you're future-gazing about your dream proposal or just like keeping up to date with the latest styles, Lorna Haddon, head of diamonds and jewellery at Beaverbrooks, predicts the new wave of engagement ring trends that will be taking over our Instagram feeds in 2023. Here at County Wedding Magazines it's hard to pick our fav? Really, can we only choose one?
Posted: 3 February 2023
With a seemingly endless stream of celeb flashy engagements this year (hello, Kourtney Kardashian, Megan Fox & J.Lo), it's no surprise that proposal-fever has gripped us all in 2022. From enigmatic emeralds to perfect princess cuts, it seems we've been privy to every cut and colour suited for a ring finger, but what were the most popular engagement ring styles? Independent and Ethical jeweller Nightingale has uncovered the top 10 most popular engagement ring styles in 2022, according to Google search results. But what was the coloured gemstone that nearly took classic diamonds off the top spot? And which cut dominated our Pinterest feeds? Nightingale's General Manager, Claire Beatson has revealed which engagement ring styles reigned supreme in 2022 and why.
Posted: 20 December 2022
The UK awards, organised by watch industry title WatchPro, was a spectacular gala dinner in Central London. Covering every aspect of the watch sector, from business and brand, to retailers, this year's awards recognised the successes within the industry across an array of different categories.Berry's Jewellers won Family-Owned Watch Retailer of The Year and Retail Leadership Team of the year (Simon Oxby & Simon Walton). These latest accolades follow several notable industry awards wins over the course of the year for the family-owned business which is currently celebrating its 125th anniversary year.
Posted: 15 November 2022
Ever since De Beers launched their infamous campaign in 1947 and Marilyn Monroe sang that they were 'a girl's best friend' diamonds have taken centre stage as the engagement gemstone of choice. However, long before this, sapphires reigned supreme. Said to symbolise romance and fidelity and a favourite of ancient Greeks and Egyptian royalty, this versatile gem has a rich history and is steeped in mythology. And sure, while diamonds may be a girl's best friend, sapphires are fit for a princess. Sapphires feature in the Crown Jewels and arguably the most iconic engagement ring in modern Royal history, Princess Diana's 12-carat oval cut deep blue gem, now sits lovingly on Kate Middleton's ring finger. Coveted by Hollywood royalty Elizabeth Taylor, Penelope Cruz, Elizabeth Hurley and (let's be honest) British royalty Victoria Beckham, it's no doubt that sapphires are back in style. So, why should you ditch the diamond and snap up a sapphire instead? From greater versatility, durability, ethical credits, and, most importantly, easier on the purse strings, Claire Beatson, general manager of independent and ethical jeweller Nightingale reveals five reasons why you should take notes from the royals, and invest in a sapphire ring.
Posted: 4 October 2022