Majesty Diamonds’ Top 5 Valentine’s Gift Ideas.

1. Every woman needs a pair of solitaire diamond studs in their lifetime so if she doesn’t already have a set, now would be the perfect time to get her one. If she already owns diamond studs but has outgrown them you can surprise her with an upgrade. This pair of Solitaire Round Diamond Stud Earrings in white gold is absolutely magnificent. Designed to spark and inspire the imagination, they are definitely known for turning a few heads. These 1/2 CTW Solitaire Round Diamond Stud Earrings in 14K white gold have screw backings so she won’t lose them. Each round-cut diamond has an F-G color rating and SI1-SI2 clarity. Total carat weight: 0.50.These remarkable diamond studs were featured on Shot 2016-02-07 at 9.47.54 AM

2. Has she been hinting that she wants a diamond band? Why not surprise her with one this Valentine’s Day? This option is great for the partner that wants to spend under $300. This delicate Semi-Eternity style suits all engagement rings and can be worn on its own. The 1/8 CTW Round Diamond Semi-Eternity Wedding Anniversary Band Ring in 14K white gold features nineteen vivacious round-cut diamonds with an F-G color rating and SI1-SI2 clarity will have her gleaming with joy! Total carat weight of the ring is 0.12.This beautiful diamond semi-eternity wedding anniversary band was featured on! Screen Shot 2016-02-07 at 9.52.26 AM

3. Whether it’s for the boardroom or a dinner party, adding a stylish diamond necklace to your attire is the quickest way to upgrade your overall look. A diamond necklace is a staple piece of jewelry for all women, so why not present your sweetheart with one this Valentine’s Day? This stunning 3/8 CTW round cut diamond infinity solitaire necklace is a timeless piece that will outlast any jewelry trends and keep her looking fashionable and sophisticated wherever she goes. The round cut diamond necklace comes with six exquisite stones and has a very good 0.36 CTW. The necklace comes in polished 14K white gold with a 16 inch chain included.Screen Shot 2016-02-07 at 10.39.44 AM

4. What woman wouldn’t want to be decked out in a ravishing ruby red diamond cocktail ring? This valentine’s day, give her a gift that will sweep her off her feet and have her looking fashionably in love for years to come. With its eye-catching ruby gemstone and shimmering white accent diamonds, this cocktail ring is an attention grabber! The ruby gemstone has a triple AAA clarity, and a total carat weight of 3.57.Each round-cut diamond has an G-H color rating and SI1-SI2 clarity.Screen Shot 2016-02-07 at 11.09.31 AM

5. Want something substantial yet inexpensive? Opt for black diamond stud earrings. At a fraction of the cost of white diamonds, black diamonds still hold prestige amongst all women. If your partner loves big diamonds, this is definitely the route for you. Don’t fear getting something a bit different! Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City rocked a black diamond engagement ring and women all over the world swooned over it. Studs are also a great option if you don’t know her ring size or recently just started dating. This pair of 1 ½ CTW round black solitaire diamond earrings comes with two black diamonds, prong-set in 14K white gold. Secure screw backings make them fit for any occasion, and the diamonds have triple AAA clarity ratings. These stunning black diamond stud earrings were featured on! Screen Shot 2016-02-07 at 11.18.51 AM

The Engagement Ring: What Should You Actually Spend?

The Rules

There has always been great debate on how much a man should spend on an engagement ring. Most people have heard of the stuffy three-month salary rule, which thankfully has been put to rest. For most men, spending three months of their annual income would set them back considerably – or worse – accrue them debt. For some couples, adopting the two-month or one-month salary rule is more in line with their finances.

Some couples are even opting to share the cost of the ring. This may be seem too unconventional for some men and/or couples, but when you are building a life together it usually means you are sharing finances – so, if it makes more financial sense for the both of you to contribute to the cost, then why not? And by sharing the cost, this could result in the purchase of a nicer engagement ring.

Another approach is to spend the average cost of a ring. In 2014, the average price point that couples were spending on an engagement ring was $5,855. With that being said, only go this route if your financial standing can support this median price tag.

How to Break the Rules

Purchasing an engagement ring should never cause you financial strain, and that is why it’s important to make a purchase that is in line with your income. We are not suggesting you go the cheap route, as an engagement ring symbolizes much more than dollar signs – a purchase of this magnitude deserves thoughtful consideration, and should be viewed as a worthy financial investment. You want to present your special lady with an engagement ring she will love, and there are ways to do so without breaking the bank.

Custom jewelry is an option for those that want to create a special ring, at an affordable price. Custom allows you to save on the metal, and focus on the setting. Not to mention there are stunning engagement rings that cost well below the average figure we mentioned above. With some careful deliberation on your part, it is possible to find a beautiful engagement ring that works at any income level.

Scroll down to see a list of our beautiful Majesty Diamonds engagement rings in a wide range of prices!


1 CT 6-Prong Solitaire Round Diamond Engagement Ring, $2,789.00


1 3/8 CTW Multi Stone Round Diamond Engagement Ring, $3,709.00








1/2 CT Classic Solitaire Princess Diamond Engagement Ring, $1,349.00


Writing Love Letters | Simple Tips For Scribing Your Heart

Rekindle the love in your life! Writing love letters isn’t just for Valentine’s Day, it’s a great way to kick things up all year round.

Not too long ago, people used to communicate their feelings and desires via paper and it was amazing. However, since the rise of this internet fad, a lot of people don’t bother with the good old fashioned pen to paper method. If you’re one of these people, you may want to reconsider. Many studies suggest that writing love letters isn’t just good for your mind, but will also make your special someone feel adored.

Love letters are truly an art and some may even last longer on this planet than you do. Unfortunately, with technology as the backbone of most of our communication, the technique of writing love letters is pretty much lost for many. Don’t worry though, I’ve got all the tips you need from beginning to end.


Love letter writing isn’t all about the tools.

Adding a ribbon is a great touch!

Starting your love letter may be the hardest part. With a blank piece of paper staring back at you, it may be hard to form the words you want to say to the person you love. The best thing you can do is take a deep breath and begin the letter with how you’d talk to them.

For instance, start it out with a pet name you commonly use (babe, sweetheart, snookums—whatever floats your boat), or a title (my love, my dearest spouse, my soul mate). Sure, you may not see this in many love letters of yesteryear, but whoever said you had to stick to old school rules?

Of course, if the recipient enjoys the love letter of yore, simply brush up on some old writing and have a go. Try checking out some Shakespearean love letters or other inspiring writers and see what you can come up with from there!

The Body

Love Envelope

Seal the envelope with a heart.

A lot of people seem to get lost in the body of their letters, but when it comes to love letters there’s a great format that can get you through anything. That is, keep it to the past, present and future.

You should start with memories of your early relationship and exciting times you’ve shared. Make sure to keep it detailed and express how elated you were to have your special someone with you.

Once you’ve mastered your past, talk about your present. This may be a bit harder for some as our feelings of the present may not be as emotionally fluid as those of the past. So, take some time and analyze your life and relationship.

Finally, dream about your future together. This can be the most imaginative and romantic part of the letter if you want it to be. Make sure to include your goals for the relationship as well as things you hope to see and do together.

You should also consider the recipients hopes and dreams too because nothing is more romantic than reading a letter and realizing your significant other doesn’t just listen to your ramblings on the future, but also includes them in their future planning.


Much like beginnings, endings are short and sweet. Try very hard not to slip in words like Sincerely, or Best Regards when you’re ending the love letter, unless you spice them up a bit (Sincerely Yours and so on).

You don’t have to over think endings at all, so don’t get worked up over this portion of the letter. If you want to go mushy then commit (all that Shakespearean research should come in handy), but if you’re more of the strong silent type then keep it simple like, Forever Yours.

Must Haves

I love you in blocks

Write it however you can!

Writing love letters isn’t all about structure, so you’re not finished simply by following the simple format. You should keep in mind a few things before you finish off the letter.

For starters, you need to hone in on the small details. The color of their hair, eyes, clothes. Names of restaurants and distinct smells. The weather. You name it, if you remember it, then key it into the letter. This will show that your memories together really stuck with you which will bring a big smile to your special someone.

You should also have a purpose for writing. May it be you just wanted to say “I love you,” or you want to compliment your loved one on something they’ve recently done. Whatever the reason is, be open about it. Make sure you add in lots of compliments, but don’t go over the top.

Openness is another crucial point for the letter. You don’t want to give your special someone something bland or confusing. Don’t hide your feelings, especially if you don’t often communicate them verbally. Instead, think of things you’d like to say but don’t and go from there. You may be surprised by how much you’ve kept to yourself.


You don’t have to slap a stamp on it to get it to your partner, but it does add a special charm. Try to be creative with your delivery. Hide the letter in places you know they will find it (on the pillow, in their lunch, or in a book/newspaper). Sometimes, the surprise may even make the letter feel even more sincere, especially when you use your personal knowledge to make the delivery exciting.

Writing love letters may be difficult at first, but once you get through your first and see your partner’s reaction it may be one of your favorite ways to show how you feel. By the time you’ve written a few you may be well on your way to your own style. You may even get a few back, which is always a confidence booster!