06 Dec How to Choose Your Wedding Band
What to look for when buying a wedding band
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A wedding is one of the most important days in someone’s life, and there are many ways to make it perfect. One way is through your choice of band when you get married. There are tons of options out there, but not all bands will be appropriate for your needs or taste. This blog post will give you some tips on what to look for in a wedding band so that you can find the right one for you!
Choosing a ring may be is one of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime. It’s not just something that sits on our fingers and disappears with time, but rather this piece becomes an extension of ourselves as we grow together through life’s most joyous and toughest moments-a reminder to always love each other despite what happens around us every day. It sounds silly at first; choosing rings for weddings or engagements right? But really these symbols of love carry so much more than meets eye!
Investing in your wedding ring is a surefire way to make an everlasting impression. There are many different materials and designs for rings, but gold has always been the most popular choice because of its timelessness as well as being durable enough not be easily marked up or scratched by other pieces while still looking beautiful on anyone’s finger!
If you’re looking for a ring that’ll be your most iconic possession, then durability is key. Metal types like gold are typically chosen because they have the perfect weight and softness to create an elegant look without being too heavy on delicate fingers. Plus, every day wear means even years down the line – these pieces will never go out-of-style!
If you don’t care for gold for whatever reason, you can try silver, specifically 925 sterling silver or 950 or 800 silver. Just keep in mind silver is also softer, like a higher gold percentage. One thing silver doesn’t have in common with gold is that it is much less expensive. Silver also requires polishing because it oxidizes and can lose its luster.
“A wedding ring shows a promise, a pledge, and a vow”.
If you don’t like the yellow gold look, a couple of higher-priced options are platinum and white gold. Platinum is usually more expensive because it’s harder to work with. White gold is popular since it’s not as pricey as platinum and it’s a better, sturdier material than silver. Rose gold is an elegant way to add a little color. Rose gold was popular in Victorian times and is coming back in a big way. It is highly recommended to stick with one of the previously mentioned materials because they have been proven to last and to hold their value.
The finish of a ring can make or break its aesthetics. A shiny, polished surface is the most common and traditional look for rings-you might call it “trophy wife.” But there’s also hammered metal which lacks polish but still has an interesting texture to them; this would be good if you wanted something more industrial looking without sacrificing durability! For those who need comfort in their hands while working away from home (or just aren’t into flashy stuff), some designers offer rounded edges on certain models so they don’t cut off circulation like sharp points sometimes do—this type will match anyone’s style whether professional or not thanks to versatility across many different professions with varying lifestyles
“A wedding ring is not a piece of jewelry; it is a trademark of a relationship”. – Colby Truce
The next step would be to determine what kind of look you want, and specifically how wide the ring should be. You will see bands anywhere from three millimeters and eight-millimeter diameter with a most common width being four or five mm in thickness. A thicker band can make for more masculine features while also giving added comfort but remember this is something which could stay on your finger forever so choose wisely!
Since this is a wedding ring, you want something that is high quality. Your wedding ring will end up being a part of you forever so choose wisely. Don’t be afraid to take your time and do your research.
No matter what your budget, we have the perfect solution for you. Give us a call today so one of our experienced jewelers can help guide you through finding the right rings for your big day… And the rest of your life.