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Why You Need A Vintage Engagement Ring


We teamed up with Style Me Pretty, the authority on all things bridal, to share why we love vintage rings so much, and our best advice for finding the perfect one! Head on over to Style Me Pretty to read the article, or check out the highlights below!

Here are the top five reasons we love vintage and antique engagement rings:

  1. They are eco-friendly.
  2. They are conflict-free.
  3. They can be less expensive.
  4. They are one-of-a-kind.
  5. They are works of art.

And our best pieces of advice are...

  1. Set a budget & shop within it.
  2. Ask a lot of questions!
  3. Make sure there's a flexible exchange & return policy.
  4. If you're shopping online, make sure you get free shipping and returns!
  5. Try rings on in person if you can, just to get an idea of style and then search for that style online to get the most options.

The article is just oozing with advice, so make sure you head on over to Style Me Pretty to check it all out!

Hot Wedding Trends and Ideas for the Summer

Modern and Memorable

While the institution of weddings is a tradition that dates back centuries, recent years have seen brides excitedly scrolling through Pinterest and Etsy pages for inspiration, researching to ensure that their weddings are up-to-date and unique.

Before temperatures rise and days lengthen, prospective brides hurry to send out Save-the-Dates to secure the perfect summer night for their special day, ushering in our favorite time of the year: Wedding Season.

This season’s trends provide brides with an endless array of opportunities to customize every detail of their weddings for a poignant and emotional ceremony. Here are some of the latest wedding ideas you can expect to see walking down the aisle this summer.

Non-Traditional Catering

Instead of a classic sit-down dinner or buffet, this summer will introduce the food-cart catering trend. Brides can style a series of carts where guests can serve themselves cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and desserts. Brides can even incorporate their favorite food trucks, fast-food joints, or delicious home-cooking into their big days.

Food trends, such as fine wine and cheese bars and healthier fruit-infused centerpieces, are making their way into the pre- and post- ceremony arrangements as well.

Breaking Away from the White Wedding Cake

Forthcoming summer weddings will see smaller cakes infused with the bridal party’s favorite flavors, instead of the traditionally large and decorous wedding cake. Chances are, there may even be donuts in store for wedding guests!

Couples are leaning towards uncommon pairings of designs, frostings, and flavors for desserts. If you’re not tied to the traditional white wedding cake, opt for something a little more fun and unique—how does a cake made entirely of cheese sound? These latest wedding ideas are not only unique, but are personal and distinctly memorable.

The Cocktail Trends

Champagne has been a wedding staple for decades, often essential when toasting to a newlywed couple. This summer, the latest wedding ideas include fresh cocktails accented with stems of floral decor.

Newly invented cocktails, representing the personalities of the wedding couple, are often concocted by the bride, groom, and a mixologist. Often, the chosen cocktails are prepared in batches, so guests can serve themselves.

Trending colors such as copper and rose gold also make their way into the color schemes for cups and cocktail mugs.

A New Take on the Bouquet

While in most weddings, the floral arrangements are made up of several different types of flowers whose colors match the chosen wedding colors, this summer’s brides have made single bloom or personalized bouquets with only their favorite florals a desirable alternative. Brides have also started choosing the more subtle and hands-free option of wrist corsages for their bridesmaids.

While a more casual ceremony will have an arrangement of stems in various hues, formal celebrations may feature lush two-tone blooms and greenery bouquets, like ivy and seeded eucalyptus for a more natural look suitable for an outdoor celebration.

Many couples are taking advantage of the latest wedding ideas by extending the floral decor to the guest favors, by creating handmade, baby succulent arrangements.

The Casual Bride

While it has been traditional for a bride to wear an elaborate hairstyle and more makeup than usual in an effort to look amazing for photos, summer brides may opt for a more casual and subtle appearance.

The latest wedding ideas may feature a more natural looking bride with fuss-free hair and makeup, possibly even in an elevated braid. Some brides are even opting out of one of the oldest and most well-known traditions and choosing a non-white wedding dress or jumpsuit in place of the white wedding gown.

Summer brides will ditch classic wedding heels to embrace their inner boho babe and arrive barefoot, in chic flats, or in comfy sneakers.

...And Casual Groom

While a groom dressed in a tuxedo and matching dress shoes has become a timeless standard for weddings, this summer’s weddings may feature a more modern and contemporary look. In place of classic dress shoes, grooms and groomsmen may be wearing their favorite pair of semi-dressy leather sneakers.

Additionally, although traditional grooms have been expected to be clean shaven for wedding photos, this summer’s wedding may feature grooms with subtle stubble or full beards.

The Bridesmaids

Bridesmaids have long been expected to wear the same color, cut, and brand of dress on the day of the wedding. It has also been tradition that bridesmaids gowns should be contrasting colors to the bride’s white wedding dress.

This summer, bridesmaids have been encouraged to abandon this tradition in favor for adapting some of the latest wedding ideas, which include choosing their own dresses. While hot pink and strapless may look incredible on one of your besties, it may not suit your cousin. Allowing each bridesmaid to choose her own dress ensures the entire wedding party looks fantastic.

While white has traditionally been reserved for the bride, this summer’s latest wedding ideas allows for white bridal parties with a bride’s non-white wedding dress. Still, many other brides are replacing dresses completely and have even shifted towards elegant crop tops and long, chiffon skirts for the ceremony and reception as well.

Since many brides often have trouble deciding on one specific color, some have opted for two or even three-tone dresses. Some brides have also purposely chosen to highlight their Maids of Honor in a multicolor dress to contrast the solid colors worn by the rest of the bridal party. Furthermore, instead of focusing strictly on gender, couples have changed the norm by inviting bridesmen and groomsmaids to their wedding parties.

Revolutionizing the Ceremony

As we adapt to new advancements in technology, fashion, and culture, new traditions and rules can be evident in the modern wedding celebration. To keep their day special, unique, and interruption-free, some of the rules implemented require phone-free guests, unique lakeside and beach venues, and breaks from conventional wedding decor.

In place of traditional churches or temples, bride-to-be’s are also choosing to decorate their venues with Tuscan-inspired design moments, circular ceremony seating arrangements, or even comfortable, lounge-style floor seating. Also, instead of a priest or a religious figure to preside over the ceremony, many couples have chosen close friends or family members as their marriage officiants. These are unique ways to not only customize your special day, but are prime examples of how the latest wedding ideas involve foregoing tradition.

Artfulness and the Ceremony

Brides have begun to impress their invitees with artistic and elaborate mailed wedding invitations featuring designs such as customized calligraphy. The latest trend in stationery has featured a pop of neon accents on a classic letterpress wedding invitation or a laser-cut detail in bright neon color. On the day of the wedding, guests will be kept engaged with interactive guestbooks and may even receive calligraphy thank you notes following the ceremony.

If you’re feeling the bright colored trend, add some neon to your program fans, menus, or farewell confetti. Impress their guests with branded and personalized decor and wedding favors, like marbled pillows, hand-dipped in the wedding’s colors. Additionally, artists will be hired to paint illustrations of the couple, guests, or scenery, as well as the customary wedding video and album.

While flowers have been deemed traditional wedding decor, some brides have expanded their horizons for a wedding decorated with playfully colored tassels. To incorporate the latest wedding ideas into your special day, add a personal touch to your wedding decorations with tissue paper garlands or tasseled thread cake toppers.

The Vintage Jewelry Trend

Instead of traditional white diamond adornments to match their dresses, trending brides have began to opt for more unique bridal jewelry. Brides have been seen wearing crest and nature-inspired engagement rings. Sporting rings with a fox, a lion, or a spray of flowers has become a way for brides to stand out.

This season will also feature brides in pieces of heirloom jewelry that will make wedding days rich with familial history. Vintage pieces like these 18 karat white gold Waterlily Earrings will add a delicate foliate design to a bride’s look.

Some brides have chosen to add vintage crowns and gem-encrusted headpieces to add an extra layer of sparkle to their ensemble. Lace trimmed veils have been abandoned for dramatic and regal crowns that add sophistication, elegance, and class. Brides have even gone so far as to layer tulle with crystal head dresses that can be re-worn on another occasion.

Mixed-Metal Engagement Rings

Non-traditional engagement rings are progressively trending, like brides choose to add hints of gold into an otherwise platinum halo engagement ring paired with mismatched bands. Instead of strictly white gold or platinum, brides have requested rings with mixed colors and metals.

The Manhattan, for example, is a popular choice from the Edwardian era with 18 karat yellow gold and platinum together. Similarly, the Overlake is an authentic Retro era, silver-topped, 14k yellow gold ring.

Unique Gemstone Engagement Rings

Princess Diana and Kate Middleton are prime examples why colorful, gemstone engagement rings are so popular. The sapphire and diamond ring they both wore has shown brides that they have more vibrant and colorful options.

Gables, for example, is a great choice for a timeless and authentic Victorian Era, 14 karat gold ring featuring a step cut emerald, accented by a halo of ten old mine cut diamonds. Similarly, Malibu is a mid-century platinum ring with a single, bezel set, cornflower blue, 3 carat sapphire flanked on both sides with six baguette cut diamonds.

Alternative Wedding Registries

Many couples have begun to alter the intention of their wedding registry. The latest wedding ideas don’t end with the ceremony, it extends its creative reach afterwards as well. The honeymoon registry, for example, is a popular choice that asks guests to financially contribute to a post-wedding getaway. Alternatively, brides have registered to crowdfund, contributing to a particular cause they find particularly meaningful or compelling.

As a wedding usually signals the start of a life of cohabitation, brides have chosen registries to help cover the immense cost of living expenses. Registry money has recently been dedicated to  down payments for a new home or house renovations to help newlyweds start their new lives together.

The Honeymoon

While the Bahamas or Hawaii have always been popular honeymoon destinations, the current getaway trend has shifted towards more unusual and exotic honeymoon destinations. For example, newlyweds have begun to plan boat trip honeymoons to the Mediterranean, Caribbean, or the Oberoi Zahra—a week-long luxury cruise on the Nile River.

Other options for non-traditional honeymoons include adventurous honeymoons. Newlyweds can venture to the Galapagos Islands and spend time among tortoises, sea lions, and pelicans. They can also honeymoon at eco-friendly resorts. Kingfisher Bay Resort in Queensland, Australia, for example, allows newlyweds to get close to kangaroos, wild dingoes, and humpback whales—all without disturbing the ecosystem. These latest wedding ideas forego traditional hot spots for exotic destinations that are imaginative, adventurous, and wild.

Two Honeymoons

Couples have recently opted for shorter and less expensive “mini-moons” directly following their weddings and have chosen to save the longer trips for a later date when the stressful and hectic post-wedding activities have passed.

These shorter honeymoons often include exploring a domestic locale for hiking, white-water rafting, or fishing. Sometimes, couples simply check into a nearby hotel for couple’s spa treatment, days lounging by the pool, romantic candlelit dinners, and unrestricted room service.

Customize Your Day

While tradition is comforting and may be vitally important to some families, be sure that every detail of your wedding—from your bridesmaids’ dress colors to the flowers of your bouquet—makes you happy. Many brides become so entrenched in the idea of their wedding that they fail to enjoy the actual event. If you love the older wedding traditions, you should create your own paradise; but if you prefer to follow the latest wedding ideas, use these tips for a stylish and modern ceremony!

Glamour Magazine Features Trumpet & Horn

35 Gorgeous Engagement Rings Inspired by Your Favorite Celebrity Sparklers | Glamour Features Trumpet & Horn Herringbone | Trumpet & Horn Peachtree | Trumpet & Horn Rose Gold Tiara | Trumpet & Horn Southport | Trumpet & Horn Bellevue | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

We are so excited to be featured in Glamour's Article "35 Gorgeous Engagement Rings Inspired by Your Favorite Celebrity Sparklers". There are some jaw-dropping rings in the feature, and we are honored to have five of our glittering beauties in such grand company! Make sure you head over to Glamour and check out the full article!

HuffPost Weddings Features Trumpet & Horn

21 Engagement Rings That Are Perfect for the Unconventional Bride | HuffPost Weddings & Trumpet & Horn Vintage Victorian Cluster Ring | Barbados from Trumpet & Horn Image Map

We are super excited to find ourselves included in the HuffPost Weddings Feature "21 Engagement Rings That Are Perfect for the Unconventional Bride". The article asserts, Brides who play by their own rules crave something out-of-the-ordinary when it comes to all aspects of their weddings, but especially the engagement ring. We could not agree more! If you're looking for a unique engagement ring, you've come to the right place! Here are a few more affordable and unconventional engagement ring options!

Unique Vintage Engagement Ring | Coventry Delfino | Trumpet & Horn Affordable Vintage Engagement Ring | Idyllwild Hyperion | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

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What Does Your Birthstone Say About You?

Birthstones Chart

Are you a garnet? Maybe an aquamarine? Perhaps turquoise is the gemstone that represents you best. Everyone has a birthstone that is associated with their birthmonth. In fact, some people are lucky enough to have two or even three gemstones to choose from! Many of the modern day birthstones have existed in one form or another for centuries, and birthstone meanings have been around just as long.

Gemstones have always been cherished, even before they were tied to specific birth months in Western civilization. Throughout the ages, gemstones were, and still are, considered to have qualities that can benefit the wearer. Although some of these meanings have shifted over time and by region, our most treasured gemstones have fascinating histories.

For instance, did you know that pearls are believed to have a stabilizing effect on their wearer, especially when it comes to relationships? Or that sapphires promote calmness and have a protective quality?

Birthstones can customize a personal piece or add a special touch to a gift. You already know that your birthstone is linked to your birth month, but it also reflects certain characteristics about you. So what is your birthstone and what does it say about you? What potential benefits can gain from wearing one of these beautiful colored stones? Keep reading to find out!

January: Garnet


Those with a January birthday are represented by garnet, a gorgeous stone that comes in a variety of colors. For many people, garnet brings forth images of a deep red stone. While this is one of the most popular color options available, garnets can actually be found in many shades, including orange, pink, and green.

Among its birthstone meanings, garnets are believed to have healing and protective qualities. It’s traditionally believed that wearing the stone can speed up the healing process and help a wearer avoid bad karma—even nightmares. These stones are also considered to have a rejuvenating effect and are useful for stabilizing the body and mind.

Speaking of stability, many people who wear garnets claim to have an improved sense of self, as well as increased willpower. If honesty and friendships are two values that are important to you, then garnet is fitting as your birthstone because these are also commonly associated with the stone.

February: Amethyst


Purple lovers born in February rejoice! Like garnet, this violet beauty is believed to have healing powers. Clusters of amethyst may be used in households to promote healing and positive energy. Additionally, this purple quartz might also help protect against intoxication—but that has yet to be proven!

Amethysts also represent the ability to overcome difficulties in life, which goes hand in hand with their capacity to ease a restless mind and aid in mental well-being. The birthstone meanings associated with amethysts might come as no surprise if you were born in February, or are close with someone who was. They are likely sincere, clearheaded, have great self-control, and prioritize close relationships.

March: Aquamarine


While bloodstone is also considered a March birthstone, aquamarine has become the universal symbol for an early spring birthday. Blue is known to have a calming effect that spurs feelings of happiness, and aquamarines take on similar properties.

It is no coincidence that aquamarines are reminiscent of the sea, as sailors used to wear the stone to protect them during their voyages. Today, aquamarines are still believed to have protective powers, like maintaining a healthy pregnancy.

The soothing effect of this bright blue stone can help clear the mind and release negative energy, which reduces stress and is helpful for meditation. As a March baby, you may have heard many references to you being level-headed, confident, or thoughtful, which is right in line with aquamarine.

April: Diamond


Everybody loves diamonds, and if you were born in the fourth month of the year, then you are one of the lucky ones who gets to call a diamond your birthstone! Even though it is considered a birthstone, a lot of people associate diamonds with engagement rings rather than as the star of a birthstone piece.

Like the other gems, diamonds have birthstone meanings. They represent innocence, purity, and eternity, so their connection to marriage is fitting. An April birthday is often an indicator of true strength and a love for love itself. Pair that with the outstanding shine of a beautifully crafted diamond, and the combination is unstoppable. Similar to garnet, diamonds are available in a variety of colors beyond the traditional white or clear. April babies definitely got lucky when it comes to birthstones!

May: Emerald


It is hard to mistake the deep green of an emerald, and if you were born in May, you probably are more familiar with this stone than many. The gorgeous green stone really grew in popularity thanks to a famous woman with a May birthday: Queen Victoria. The queen was very fond of non-traditional jewelry, especially vibrant gemstones, and her engagement ring actually featured an emerald.

As far as birthstone meanings are concerned, emeralds are linked to wisdom, prosperity, and faithfulness. They are also said to give their owner a renowned sense of youth, vitality, and good fortune. If you call the emerald your birthstone, there is also a good chance that you are no stranger to success and personal growth.

June: Opal, Moonstone, Alexandrite

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When you are born in the middle of the year, you get three options for your birthstone: opal, moonstone, or alexandrite—oh, the choices! While these beautiful stones are recognizably different, they all have a whimsical, almost magical quality about them.

Pearls are typically the most well recognized birthstone for June. This classic gemstone is best known in the form of a pearl necklace, but it instantly adds elegance to any piece it is featured in. Pearls are also said to have a stabilizing effect, especially when it comes to relationships, which is why pearls are often featured in bridal wear.

Moonstone and alexandrite both have the capability to change colors depending on the surrounding light and environment. Moonstones have an almost milky appearance, giving them a mysterious sheen. However, one of the birthstone meanings behind moonstone is good fortune upon the wearer. Alexandrite is the least well-known of the three stones, mostly because it is hard to find and often replicated rather than being used in its natural form.

July: Ruby


Having a birthday in July earns you a red hot birthstone: ruby. Rubies have long been associated with good luck and friendship, so if you know someone that is always the life of the party and seems to fit in with every circle, there’s a good chance they celebrate their birthday in the second month of summer.

Not surprisingly, love and romance are also closely linked to rubies. The red stone is known to represent passion and deep emotions. Fittingly, the darker the ruby, the higher the price usually is.

August: Peridot


While emeralds are well known for their gorgeous deep green color, peridot is a lighter green stone that is said to help balance the mind and keep its wearer at ease. August is a time when everything is in full bloom, and this bright green stone fits right in.

Peridot forms deep in the earth and is actually brought to the surface through volcanic eruptions. According to tradition, peridot represents the tears of an ancient volcano goddess Pele and is said to ward off spells and evil. Birthstone meanings have been shared for centuries, and while warding off evil is no small task, peridot also has qualities useful for more modern, everyday maladies such as insomnia, bad digestion, and even depression.

September: Sapphire


It’s true that sapphires come in multiple colors, but most people immediately think of a stunning, deep blue stone. While the tones are often quite far from each other, some of the meanings associated with the aquamarine carry over to this darker blue gemstone. Sapphires are said to have protective powers and promote serenity and calmness among those who wear them.

If the sapphire is the stone that marks your birthday, you might be considered wise, even-keeled, and rational among your friends and family. Another trait you may hear used to describe you is loyalty.

October: Opal and Tourmaline


Opal is lauded as the traditional birthstone for those with birthdays in October. However, in recent times, pink tourmaline has gained favor as October’s gemstone. Opals are considered unique they can reflect multiple colors and change appearance depending on how the light hits it. These whimsical birthstones represent hope and creativity.

Birthstone meanings are shared between opals and tourmaline, as the latter pink stone also sparks creativity in those who wear it. Both October birthstones also inspire hope and keep away people with bad intentions.

November: Citrine and Topaz


With November comes a chill in the weather, dark fall colors, and the changing of leaves. The yellow and orange hues in both citrine and yellow topaz pair perfectly with this autumn month and have a warm, pleasant appeal. Cleanse your mind, heal your body, and take advantage of surrounding positive energy when in the presence of one of these gemstones.

Yellow is closely tied to happiness, and with the removal of negative energy, inspired creativity, and good health, you will be well on your way to a better mood. However, there is a good chance you are already calm, collected, and ready for new things if you are a child of November.

December: Topaz, Turquoise, Tanzanite


There are three birthstones to choose from when you have a birthday in December, but they are easy to remember since they all start with the same letter: topaz, turquoise, and tanzanite. Tanzanite was discovered in the mid-1900s and usually appears as a deep blue or purple. However, because it is not abundant, tanzanite is not the most common december birthstone.

The remaining two choices are both blue. Topaz has a paler hue and turquoise is vivid and bright with hints of green. The latter is one of the oldest gemstones known to man and has been trusted to keep away evil spirits for centuries. Similar to other blue gemstones, blue topaz is believed to have calming and healing powers.

Born in December? You are likely often complimented on your intuition, sophistication, energy, and cheer.

Does Your Birthstone Suit You?

Does your birthstone ring true to your personality, or do you find yourself connecting more with another gem? The history behind these bold beauties adds a unique touch to your favorite pieces of jewelry.

While you might not have a choice on which birthstone represents your birthday, you can choose from a variety of designs featuring your stone to give it a one-of-a-kind feel that is perfect for you. Or, if you really adore the birthstone meanings and appearance of a different stone, you can always wear more than one!

Trumpet & Horn has a fabulous variety of vintage and vintage-inspired jewelry featuring these gemstones, which make great gifts for someone special in your life—or even for yourself! Explore the birthstone options that are available to you today at Trumpet & Horn.

Who What Wear: Engagement Etiquette

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Who What Wear | The New Rules of Engagement Ring Etiquette Rockdale | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

We absolutely love the recent article Who What Wear posted titled "The New Rules of Engagement Ring Etiquette". We couldn't agree more that the culture surrounding proposals and engagements is moving away from traditional and becoming more modern. The site posted seven new rules that they believe should guide couples through the engagement process. We are particularly fond of the notion that the girl can help pick out the ring! It is becoming increasingly more common for us to have couples shop together to find their forever ring. If you still like the idea of a surprise, we recommend narrowing down maybe three or four rings that you'd be thrilled to have and letting him make the final decision. Be sure to check out the article for an in depth look at all of the new (& improved!) guidelines! ♥

Who What Wear: Engagement Ring Trends

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Happy New Year! 2015 was an incredible year for Trumpet & Horn and we were thrilled to have help so many of you find the ring of your dreams! Now that we're starting to settle into 2016, we're looking forward to all of the amazing proposal stories we'll be a part of in the coming year. To kick off the new year, renowned Fashion and Lifestyle site Who What Wear looked at the future of ring styles in the feauture "This Will Be the Most Popular Engagement Ring Trend of 2016". They caught up with the incredible jewelry designer Anna Shefield to comment on where she sees engagement ring style heading this year. She said, "Yellow gold has become most prevalent. Also I see more people wanting to mix colored stones into their sets. There are many options for styling a ring set that's personal, but has a dash of color!". We couldn't agree more! And we couldn't be more excited about bringing more gorgeous yellow gold rings with colored stones to our website. Check out just a few of the fabulous ones available on our site now! ♥

2016 engagement rings trend<br />

Sonoma $2,550 Bridlington, $9,750 Louvre $9,600 Lake Forest, $3,500 Tiara, $5,570 Penfield, $3,950 Columbus Circle, $4,400 Peachtree $3,950 Beauty, $3,500 Bay Bridge, $8550 Refern $5,950 Beverly Glen $4,000 Capetown $3,950 Challis Farm, $4,500 Bowery $5,250 Marcelle $8,450 Image Map

Buzzfeed Features T&H: Zodiac Quiz

Buzzfeed Features Trumpet & Horn | Engagement Ring Quiz Challis Farm | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

We LOVE quizzes and we LOVE Buzzfeed, so imagine our delight when we found our vintage-inspired Challis Farm ring as an answer to the Buzzfeed Quiz "We Know What Engagement Ring You Want Based On Your Zodiac Sign"! If you're a Cancer, you're in luck, and Buzzfeed believes that our solitaire engagement ring is the perfect fit for you. Here's what they have to say about it:


"You’re a natural protector, so you love that this classic round-cut diamond is sheltered by its yellow gold setting. You’re emotional, but your shrewd instincts make you wary of trends, so this traditional style is the perfect choice.".


Whatever your Zodiac sign, Challis Farm is a great choice for any diamond loving gal! And our favorite part about it? We can help you customize your dream Challis Farm ring today to fit any budget!

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