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Shopping Guide for a Wedding Band
While engagement rings receive the most attention, wedding bands are an indispensable part of your ring aesthetic, not to mention the enduring symbol of your love. Using your engagement ring as a reference is one of the simplest ways to begin your band search. Although you will wear your wedding band alone at times, you should make sure it compliments your engagement ring when worn together. When it comes down to shopping, choose a wedding band that you adore and can envision yourself wearing for the rest of your life. Make sure it’s comfy, fits your lifestyle, and looks well both alone and with your engagement ring.
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Wedding Band choices
Metal: Yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, platinum, and palladium are the most popular metals for bands. Most couples choose the same metal as their engagement rings for their wedding bands.
Stones: Many brides and grooms add stones and gems to their wedding rings to make them one-of-a-kind. While pavé styles (tiny diamonds that line the band) give a lot of brightness and flare, the stones can become loose and fall out over time, especially if you live a busy lifestyle.
Engravings: There are countless ways to make the metal of your band a piece of art, from old art deco motifs to stars and flowers.
Width: The width of your band, which may range from 1mm to 8+mm, is undoubtedly one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make. Most ladies typically match the width of their wedding bands to their engagement rings. The most common width is between 2 and 4 mm.
When to Buy a Wedding Band?
When it is about to choose your wedding band, the most important thing to recognize is to start looking early. Many couples wait until a month or two before the wedding to choose their rings, and since they have spent so much money on the wedding, their bands become an afterthought.
Keep in mind that your wedding band is a sign of your eternal love. Pick a diamond’s shape first, ring setting, metal, and then get your band to customize to make it more personal.