When you want an engagement ring that’s as unique as the love you share, adding a personal touch is a great place to start. If you can dream it, we can help you design it! So let your imagination take fight and explore your options for creating a ring that’s just their style.  



If you’re looking for a ring that’s truly one of a kind, book an appointment at your local KAY store to bring your vision to life. Save examples to a Pinterest board, bring in a sketch, jot down your ideas or print out examples of rings you love. Our consultants and craftsmen will work closely with you to bring your masterpiece to life — and can even help you restore or redesign a family heirloom for an engagement ring that’s full or history and uniquely meaningful to you both.  


Have a style in mind, but you’d like to make it yours? Play with different options in the KAY Ring Customizer until you’ve found the perfect combination for you. The advanced design tool allows you to mix and match options, from diamond shapes to mounting styles and settings. Select your favorite features to see renderings in real time and have fun creating a ring that perfectly represents your forever love. For expert help creating a ring that perfectly expresses your love, reflects their style — and works for any budget — book an appointment with a Virtual Jewelry Consultant.  


If you’ve found a ring you love but would like to make it extra special, personalize it in a way that’s meaningful to you. Swap a diamond out for their favorite gemstone or birthstone — perhaps a stone representing the month you met? —  engrave the band with your names, a song lyric or inside joke you share. Whether you decide to design a ring from scratch or personalize an existing style, there are many ways to make your engagement ring as one of a kind as your love. 

No matter which way you go about it, you’re bound to end up with a unique ring that will sweep them off their feet. Make sure to return to The Union to share it with the community! We can’t wait to see your stunning creations — and hear those proposal stories.