Matching Wedding Bands: Things You Need To Know before Buying

by Donnell Dean Wedding Bands

A perfectly crafted wedding band reflects your love. It is a symbol of your love. Hence, select a matching wedding band or two unique designs that complement one another.

There are numerous options for wedding bands these days both for women and men. The different available styles provide a variety of opportunities for both brides and grooms to express their individuality. Moreover, it helps to taste through their wedding bands selection. Many people see the symbolism of the matching wedding bands for him and her as a way of idolizing their wedding and commitment.

1.   History of Matching Wedding Bands

His and hers wedding bands and ornaments date back to ancient Egypt. It wasn't until World War II that grooms began wearing wedding bands more regularly. Soldiers thought that wearing a wedding band would be a nice reminder of enduring love and commitment.

Since then, it has been assumed that married men will wear a wedding band. Fascinatingly, England's Prince William chose not to wear a wedding band upon marrying Kate Middleton. However, it seems that his wife doesn't at all mind. After all, it is not that other women are not aware that he is married.

2.   What are Matching Wedding Bands?

Matching wedding bands for him and her are those that a groom and bride select together to line up on a design and style. Usually, matching wedding bands for him and she incorporates a few or all of the following,

       The Same Costly Metal: Platinum or gold (yellow, white, or rose).

       The Similar Finish: For example matte, high polishes, or hammered.

       The Identical Motif: For instance a ‘Heart Symbol’ or a ‘Celtic’.

       The Matching Design Elements or Gemstones: Sapphires or diamonds, braiding, etc.

3.   Classic Matching Wedding Bands

A lot of couples love the classic elegance of his and hers wedding bands in plain expensive metal, whether platinum or gold (in white, yellow, or rose). Although you want simple wedding bands, there are still some points to agree upon. For example, if you like a wedding ring that has rounded edges or rather prefers a contemporary band with straight edges. Moreover, you can also choose if you like the polish of high-end finishes or a matte and smooth finish. When you pick matching wedding bands, the groom's band will usually be a bit wider than that of the bride's. Normally, this is for accommodating the difference in the hand size.

4.   Detailed Matching Wedding Bands

Simply because you want your wedding rings to match doesn't mean that you need to withhold on all the detailing! The style in your matching wedding bands can be as minimal or as complicated as you wish.

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