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04 Mar

Hottest Engagement Ring Trends

From Kim Kardashian's giant engagement ring to Ciara's 15-carat sparkler, 2013 has been a year for some major celebrity bling. While the average gal probably can't afford a ring with a seven-digit price tag, she can certainly be inspired by the unique styles of celebrity rings. Kellee Khalil, founder of Lover.ly, the one-stop resource for brides to be, stopped by the "Daily Shot" studio to talk about some of the hottest bling in Hollywood.

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Ashley Tisdale's Halo-Cut DiamondOne of the most popular ring styles continues to be the halo diamond, a large diamond surrounded by rings, or halos, of smaller diamonds. These ring styles have graced the hands of stars like Ashley Tisdale and Jessica Biel.

Another hot trend? "Art deco is huge," Kellee says of the throwback to vintage style. "Scarlett Johansson set the trend, along with Ashlee Simpson, Ginnifer Goodwin."

"The biggest ring that inspired everyone was when Blake Lively got married," she says of the 12-carat pale pink diamond set in rose gold. "It set the trend for every bride wanting to have an oval, rose gold engagement ring."

This year, platinum rings may take the back seat to a more traditional hue. "We're seeing yellow gold and rose gold," Kellee says. "Lauren Conrad has one … Whitney Port. Gold is classic."

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When it comes to dresses, pink is the new white. "The color blush has been huge," Kellee says, citing celebrities like Gwen Stefani and Jessica Biel, who wore shades of pink on their big days. We've seen a lot of the designers incorporate shades of blush into the gown. Vera Wang made her whole collection in pink this year."

To hear Kellee's great tips to help with the wedding planning process, and to find out how you can give back on your wedding day, check out this episode "Daily Shot."

08 Mar

King 5 News

Take The Plunge


As the American purveyor of bulk paper towels, discount tires and hamburger meat, Costco is about to test run opening a bridal boutique in its warehouses, beginning with three California locations during the month of March. Starting Thursday, the store will carry six dresses priced between $700-$1,400 and designed exclusively by Kirstie Kelly, a familiar name best known for the fanciful princess-themed collections she once designed for Disney. While her Costco "Signature" line includes some sophisticated silhouettes and detailing, the concept of gowns next to groceries is...um...intriguing. Would you buy your wedding dress at Costco?—Phillip B. Crook