Planning for a wedding, and even an engagement, shouldn’t have to break the bank. And now, Sam’s Club is helping to make more brides’ dreams a reality by offering up a dazzling bridal collection that is equal parts stylish and affordable.
According to a press release for the wholesale distributor, the pieces will range in price from $3,000 to $6,000, with a wide variety of diamond cuts to suit any and every couple’s taste—everything from classic round cuts to more modern emerald shapes. According to The Knot Jewelry & Engagement Study, the average cost of an engagement ring in 2018 was $5,680, so most all of Sam’s Club’s offerings will fall just under that.
The line also includes sets and individual wedding and engagement rings, a helpful option to have for customizing any bridal stack, and most all designs are available in white, yellow, and rose gold options.
“The diamonds included in this collection have some of the most sought-after clarities on the market,” Stephanie Rhodes, a merchant for the company, said in a release. “The center stones have a range of clarities, and they all come with appraisals from the International Gemologial Institute so you’ll know exactly the quality of the item you or your fiancé are purchasing.”
In addition, Sam’s Club promises a quick turnaround with engagement rings, with the understanding that “sometimes you are planning in a hurry”—rings are shipped within five days of an online order, meaning that customers could have their rings within a week of purchase.
Earlier this year, Sam’s Club also announced that it would be providing boxed wedding florals, essentially hand-curated sets that include bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages, and more, all at a deeply discounted price. “We stand behind our quality with a seven-day fresh guarantee on fresh cut flowers,” the megastore said in a release. “If your product doesn’t last seven days, we’ll refund your purchase!”
Sam’s Club is offering more than 1,600 different floral options from brides to choose from, ranging from $200 sets to $1,200 sets, depending upon what flowers are used.