Tickle your fiancé pink with these rosy sapphire, diamond, and tourmaline engagement rings.
We've already established that colorful engagement rings are a thing, and one of the most popular among the varied spectrum of rainbow shades are pink stones!
Not only is pink inherently feminine, it's often regarded as the universal color of romance, which is pretty fitting for a bride-to-be. And, lucky for you, there are many ways to incorporate pink into your most important piece of jewelry. From the champagne undertones of a light pink morganite, to the very hot pink tourmaline and, of course, the increasingly popular blush-hued diamond.
Fun fact: Pink has also become one of the most expensive colorful diamonds. If you're looking for exclusivity, this rare shade is it. If, on the other hand, your budget is a bit tight, there's luckily plenty of alternative and affordable options from a very strong selection of pink sapphires (Ed. note: sapphires are always a great choice if cost is a concern) to the semi-precious morganite and tourmaline.
Pink stones look great in a variety of settings as well. Everything from a classic diamond-dusted halo to a modern bezel-set yellow gold, and an indie, floral rose gold design, pink is just as versatile as your traditional white center stone.
If you don't want pink front and center, but like the idea of a touch of a rosy stone, there's also an array of pink stones found along the band from jewelers like Kirk Kara and Tiffany & Co.
Tickled pink yet? Click through to see all of our favorite engagement rings with pink-colored stones.Illustration: Christina Park