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Ask Jessica: Tacori Wedding Rings?

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Ask Jessica: Tacori Wedding Rings?
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Dear Jessica,


Everyone’s talking about Tacori wedding rings but they don’t exactly seem budget savvy. What makes Tacori wedding rings so special anyway? Do you have any tips for finding discount Tacori wedding rings?


— Frugal in Florida

Hello and thanks for your question!

I’m sure I’m not alone in the fact that I lusted over some stunning (but spendy) sparklers prior to getting engaged. All the rings in the bridal magazines seemed to cost as much as a down payment on a house. One particular designer kept popping up in my “research” and that was – you guessed it – Tacori. I was obsessed with the idea of a pavé halo design and the Tacori engagement rings that I saw in my searches were exquisite. Here’s a personal fave of mine from their website:

tacori engagement ring

 {image from Tacori}

Beyond the gorgeous styles and designs that Tacori offers, they’ve also been around for a while- over 40 years! One of the things that makes Tacori wedding rings extra special is a signature design component: a crescent silhouette. The interlocking half-moon arcs provide windows of light into the stones to reflect a diamond’s brilliance – basically speaking their designs make the diamonds in Tacori wedding rings look *extra* sparkly. The designs are super gorgeous and include lots of artistic and intricate details, especially along the side of their rings – it’s something special that I’ve noticed.

Note: One benefit of sticking to one designer for your engagement ring and wedding ring would be that they are likely to have matching sets so they look and fit flawlessly together. 

tacori wedding rings

{image from Tacori}

In terms of discounts, when it comes to fine jewelry such as this you’re not very likely to find much of one. Their prices are set for a reason – they are a fine jeweler – aka luxury. Your best bet would be to find a local jeweler who is an Authorized Tacori Retail Partner and wait until they run specials or sales to purchase your Tacori wedding ring. (Just be sure to read the fine print- sometimes local sales won’t apply to certain brands!)

If you’re really into the look of a Tacori wedding ring but don’t have the budget, ask your local fine jeweler if they have similar styles they could recommend from other designers to help you get the look for less! I’ve never been one to be obsessed with labels, so that’s my best advice. 🙂

Hope that helps! Thanks for your question- and as always, feel free to send us your questions and we might answer them here on the blog!

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Jessica Bishop is the founder of TheBudgetSavvyBride.com, and has worked in various areas and roles within the wedding industry since 2007. She is the author of the best-selling book,The Budget-Savvy Wedding Planner & Organizer and also hosts The Bouquet Toss Wedding Planning Podcast. Jessica's expert wedding advice and savvy savings tips have been featured by Good Morning America, COSMOPOLITAN, Glamour, and more. You can learn more about Jessica on her personal blog and professional website.