Disney Princess Engagement Rings

Picture this: You’ve been dating a guy for quite some time, and everything’s going absolutely perfect. In fact, you couldn’t be any happier, to say the least. And one day, he randomly surprises you with a note, accompanied by a dress that you so happened to enjoy after trying it on. The note reads: “Be ready for dinner at 8. Hope you like the dress! :)”

At this point, your heart is racing…pounding…basically, whatever it is you call that feeling of bliss that we all dream of. You take your time getting ready (making sure that your bra and panties match, of course), and after both your mirror and camera agree on your appearance, off you go to see what awaits you…

But, to yet again your surprise, this isn’t just a regular old dinner date. Your Prince in Shining Armor has cleaned up very nice, looking sharp and smelling sharper, and there are a trail of delicately-picked rose petals leading to your seat at a table for two. Candles are lit, wine glasses are filled and the food already has your mouth watering before your first bite…

Suddenly, he reaches into his pocket and places what appears to be a small jewelry box containing a ring. Your heart stops. “Is he proposing?” “What do I say?” “What do I do?!

“Open it,” he says.

You quickly realize that it is indeed a ring, but it’s not just any ordinary ring… It’s actually one of these engagement rings inspired by your favorite Disney Princesses!


Belle’s story is a tale as old as time in Disney’s release of “Beauty and the Beast” in 1991. It was based on the French fairy tale of the same name by Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont. Walt Disney actually attempted to adapt “Beauty and the Beast” into an animated feature film during the 1930s and 1950s, but was, unfortunately, unsuccessful.

Belle is another princess I could always relate to as she was considered an outcast. The biggest tell of this ring being perfect for her is the French fleur-de-lis. The yellow gold fleur-de-lis of the French royal family is set with rubies and elegantly flanks the shield of sapphires, with a center stone of yellow sapphire. One of my favorite things about Belle’s engagement ring is the placement of the red in the fleur-de-lis, seemingly representing the rose that is so central to her story.

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