The Internet is abuzz after Monday night's finale of The Bachelorette, when Josh got down on one knee and proposed to Andi with an absolutely breathtaking Neil Lane diamond ring (pictured above). The oval shaped double halo ring is said to be the most expensive ring in Bachelor/ette history, with a rumored price tag of at least $100,000! While we have some serious ring envy, we also don't necessarily all have a hit ABC show footing the bill for our bling, so here is how you can get a gorgeous Bachelorette-inspired oval shaped ring at 4 different price points!
For the Beautiful and on a Budget Bride (Prices range under $600)
We love the simplicity of this gorgeous oval solitaire ring, and we also love that it is only $89.99! This ring can also be made in 14k white or yellow gold for $299.99
This sweet oval shaped opal ring gives you the halo look for a fraction of the cost! It's price tag of $99 is just as pretty as its delicate design.
While the price of this stunning ring fluctuates slightly by size, all are under $469 and comes with a choice of 14k white, yellow, or rose gold!
For the Cost-Conscious & Chic Bride (Prices range between $600-$2,500)
This Etsy find features 14k gold in a single halo setting, with a flawless morganite oval, and a reasonable price of $899!
The center stone of this beauty is a natural white sapphire, with diamonds around the feminine halo and band, and it will only set you back $1,500!
We love how delicate and feminine this solitaire oval white gold ring is. The fact that Rosados Box uses only fairly-traded and/or conflict free stones will help you stomach the $2,250 cost.
For the I'll Splurge for Something Stunning Bride (Price range between $2,500-$5,000)
This platinum and marquis diamond setting is $2,760, so pair this with an oval shaped diamond around the $1,000 mark and you will still be well below your $5,000 budget!
This gorgeous halo setting is $1,995, and you can custom make your ring on Brilliant Earth! The cheapest oval shaped diamond that we found was $630, putting the total cost of the ring at $2,625, but as long as you stay under $3,000 for the diamond itself you will still beat the $5,000 budget!
This 14k white gold, double halo ring is so incredibly stunning, which helps explain its price of $3,295.
For the Sky is the Limit Bride (Price range above $5,000)
This incredible ring has the same double halo design as Andi's from Neil Lane, but comes with a much lower cost of $5,750 (price does not include center stone).
This brilliant oval shaped diamond is poised at the center of two rows of diamonds in a micropave setting. With all of the bling that this ring displays, it is not all that surprising that it costs $7,795 to get your finger in this beauty.
This heirloom inspired, classic-made-modern ring is a unique and elegant way to achieve the oval shape trend, but it will set you back about $7,930 (not including the cost of the center diamond).
What is your favorite take on the oval shaped engagement ring trend? Do you prefer solitaire, halo, or a different style altogether? Share your thoughts in the comment section below, and be sure to pin your favorites!