Disney Princess Engagement Rings

This ring costs a little less than $1,000.


Tiana was featured in the Disney film “The Princess and the Frog,” released in 2009. The film is loosely based on the novel The Frog Princess by E. D. Baker, which is, in turn, based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, The Frog Prince.

The film is full of lotus flowers, so it is only fitting that Tiana’s engagement ring should also be a lotus. The sacred lotus blossom symbolizes elegance and perfection. This lotus-inspired ring, which won our international design competition, is simply spectacular, with sparkling pave halfway around the band. Honestly, the colors match her dress perfectly. But what makes this ring stand out to me was the use of two different metals along with the gold accents placed on the top of the flower. It gives the ring dimension without making it appear overly flashy.

This ring costs $2,900+.


Aurora appears in 1959 throughout the Disney film “Sleeping Beauty,” which was based off of two fairy tales: “La Belle au bois dormant” and “Little Briar Rose.” The film’s musical score and songs, which features the work of the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, are arrangements or adaptations of numbers from the 1890 Sleeping Beauty ballet by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

It’s still my favorite Disney film of all-time, so I’m slightly biased when it comes to Aurora’s engagement ring. Yellow gold softly ripples among pink tourmaline and diamonds, creating an understated heart motif around the center stone, a pink sapphire. It captures the essence of her golden hair so perfectly. The twisted band even resembles her wavy hair. I also love how the center stone is a different shade of pink, which gives the ring added depth and dimension.

This ring costs $3,800+.

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