Dan Moran spoke with Martha Stewart Weddings about how to get the look and what you need to know!
Brides and grooms in the process of creating their custom engagement rings and wedding bands will want to check out this interview Dan Moran of Concierge Diamonds, based in the diamond district in Downtown Los Angeles, did with Martha Stewart Weddings.
If you already have an engagement ring and you want to change the design, the process is commonly referred to as "resetting" your engagement ring, but this is incorrect terminology. What you're actually doing is remaking your engagement ring, so it can accommodate a flush-fit wedding band. For those who don't know, a flush-fit wedding band rests snugly against your engagement ring, so there is no gap between the wedding band and the engagement ring.
This look is desirable among most brides, who prefer that there be no space between their wedding band and engagement ring.
Dan's interview with Martha Stewart Weddings about creating flush-fit, no gap wedding rings and engagement rings can be read via this link.
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