Disney Princess Engagement Rings

“Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” was released in 1937 based off the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. It’s the first full-length cel animated feature film, and the earliest in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. When I think of Snow White, I think of animals and nature. So, flowers, flowers, and more flowers with this Disney Princess. A beaming center round ruby rests atop a studded floral arrangement and a thin, gem-accented wreath in blue and yellow sapphires set in white gold. I love the use of her beautiful color scheme to create a charismatic flower.

This rings costs $5,500+.


Jasmine is the sixth Disney Princess and made her debut in Disney’s Aladdin (1992). She was originally based on the character Princess Badroulbadour from the Arabic folk tale “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp”, which was part of the One Thousand and One Nights series.

I’d like to think the dual rows of blue sapphires, leading to a grand blue topaz, aptly represents the core of the Aladdin story. That even though two people may come from vastly different origins, together, they can create something truly unique and special.

This ring costs $1,300+.


Frozen was released in 2013, and is now considered to be the best Disney animated musical since the studio’s Renaissance era. It was loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale, called “The Snow Queen.” Elsa is the estranged queen whose icy powers have inadvertently trapped the kingdom in eternal winter. Her sister, Anna, takes a journey to find her sister and stop the winter.

Elsa would have to be the character I relate to most in this film. She is different yet longs to be like everyone else. But knowing that she can’t, she locks herself away from everyone, including those who love her the most. This ring is a perfect representation of her stunning powers. This intricate, vintage-inspired snowflake ring holds 12 accent stones and a round-cut, 5mm center stone. It’s carefully handcrafted in your choice of gems and metals. I absolutely love white gold, and I think it is more fitting than yellow gold. Even though Elsa’s hair is blonde, it’s too close to white for a yellow gold finish.

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