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A Guide to Choosing the Perfect Wedding Rings


Wedding rings are often considered an afterthought to the more valuable engagement ring. As they’re some of the simplest pieces of jewellery around, you might think you could never get them wrong.

 

But unlike other elements of your big day, they are something that will stand the test of time to signify your enduring commitment to each other. It pays to spend your time and effort finding the perfect pair among the many wedding rings sets out there.

 

Here’s a short guide to help you choose the best wedding rings for you and your future spouse: 

Choosing the right precious metal

Selecting the metal for your wedding ring is a good place to start. There are numerous metals available, such as white gold, platinum, rose gold, and yellow gold. But the most popular choices are white gold and platinum, they look very similar but platinum is more durable. But all these metals have different styles and properties that make them more suitable than others.

Ring style

There are so many wedding ring styles available on the market and choosing one can be overwhelming and may be the hardest part of buying your wedding rings. For guidance, think about the types of accessories and clothing your significant other wears, this could give you some clues as to whether they'd prefer a ring that's modern, glamorous, classic or a combination of these.

Mix it up

You don't need to worry if you like platinum and your partner likes yellow gold. There's no rule that says that both of you have to choose the same metal or style. You and your partner could compromise with braided bands that merge the two metals together. The key to finding something you both love is selecting wedding bands that reflect your individual styles.

Try something different

You may love the idea of a diamond wedding band or a braided rose gold ring, but it may be best to try some rings that aren't on your inspiration board, they may just surprise you! Talk to the jeweller and let them make suggestions based on what you like and don't rule anything out. 

Start your ring search early

 Once you already have a basic idea of what type of ring you and your partner like, it's time to try them on! Give yourselves enough time, maybe one to three months before the wedding date to ring shop. It's a good idea to research the prices, browse and revisit rings that catch your eye. Moreover, if you want a custom ring, you'll probably need even more time and keep in mind that extras, like engraving, can take up to one month.
 
 Do you still have questions about purchasing your wedding ring? Browse through our website to see the products we offer.


Wedding rings are often considered an afterthought to the more valuable engagement ring. As they’re some of the simplest pieces of jewellery around, you might think you could never get them wrong.

 

But unlike other elements of your big day, they are something that will stand the test of time to signify your enduring commitment to each other. It pays to spend your time and effort finding the perfect pair among the many wedding rings sets out there.


Here’s a short guide to help you choose the best wedding rings for you and your future spouse: 

Choosing the right precious metal

Selecting the metal for your wedding ring is a good place to start. There are numerous metals available, such as 925 sterling silver, titanium, and tungsten. Both titanium and tungsten carbide have been exceedingly popular recently, they look very similar however tungsten is more durable. But all these metals have different styles and properties that make them more suitable than others.

Ring style

There are so many wedding ring styles available on the market and choosing one can be overwhelming and may be the hardest part of buying your wedding rings. For guidance, think about the types of accessories and clothing your significant other wears, this could give you some clues as to whether they'd prefer a ring that's modern, glamorous, classic or a combination of these.

Mix it up

You don't need to worry if you like silver and your partner likes tungsten. There's no rule that says that both of you have to choose the same metal or style. You and your partner could compromise with braided bands that merge the two metals together. The key to finding something you both love is selecting wedding bands that reflect your individual styles.

Try something different

You may love the idea of a diamond wedding band or a braided titanium ring, but it may be best to try some rings that aren't on your inspiration board, they may just surprise you! Talk to the jeweller and let them make suggestions based on what you like and don't rule anything out. 

Start your ring search early

 Once you already have a basic idea of what type of ring you and your partner like, it's time to try them on! Give yourselves enough time, maybe one to three months before the wedding date to ring shop. It's a good idea to research the prices, browse and revisit rings that catch your eye. Moreover, if you want a custom ring, you'll probably need even more time and keep in mind that extras, like engraving, can take up to one month.
 
 Do you still have questions about purchasing your wedding ring? Browse through our website to see the products we offer.

 

 

 
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