A Guide To Wedding Bandsby Andrew Wilson Online Jewelry Store
Ceremonies differ, vows are often unique, but the tradition of the wedding band has survived through the ages and is a traditional symbol of eternal love in literally all cultures and religions. A wedding band must be chosen carefully because you are going to wear that for the rest of your life and it’s also a significant sign of your relationship with your partner. But where to start the quest?
· Yellow gold
Yellow gold is a good choice for traditional brides and grooms-to-be. Generally, 22ct gold is too soft to wear every day, so consider buying an. These rings are combined with stronger metals and are better suited to the demands of day-to-day life.
· White gold
This wedding ring is the perfect complement for a platinum engagement ring. White gold wedding rings such as the 6mm 14k white gold wedding band are often plated with rhodium to enhance their appearance.
· Tungsten and titanium
There are also the interesting titanium and tungsten wedding bands. These metals are more durable and are steely or smoky-gray in color. The look is distinctive, but they can’t be resized. Anyone who needs their rings to take a beating may require wedding bands as tough as these.
Platinum is the most traditional metal in the case of wedding bands. But over time, platinum bands are getting more demand due to their delicate, intricate designs as well as for their durability. The designs vary from seller to seller, but the constant thing about them is their elegance and beauty.
There are no specific rules to style your wedding band. Everyone chooses their band according to their personal tastes. Some people prefer to match each other’s bands, whereas some prefer the liberty of wearing the band of their respective choices. If you have doubts then consult your jeweler, they have years of experience in dealing with confused couples and hence can help you sort out the matter easily. Almost always they have the perfect idea or item to awestruck you.
· Diamonds or gemstones
Plain band is not your thing? How about adding gemstones or diamond in it? A few people think these two items (diamond and gemstone) are for the females only. My only question is why should women get all the blink? You can add a diamond or gem into your band without the band losing its masculinity. The term anniversary band typically refers to a band with diamonds. The diamonds can be clustered on the top or go all the way around the ring. Using an anniversary band as a wedding band such as 10k white gold wedding band 6mm is a popular choice for women who want to wear diamonds every day, but have practical reasons for not always wearing their engagement rings.
A few popular designs are 6mm 14k white gold wedding band and 10k white gold wedding band 6mm. Both come in different shapes and design to suite your styles. Exchanging the bands at the altar is the beginning of the new life for both the partners. Keep that in mind while making decisions about the wedding band.
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