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Wedding Bands

A bride and groom’s wedding day is one of the most anticipated and celebrated times in a couple’s lives. Therefore, it is very important to select the perfect wedding band that signifies the magnitude of the event.
But with countless ring design options, deciding on the right wedding bands for you and your love is certainly not an easy feat.

For most engaged couples, the budget is the dominant factor when purchasing a wedding band. That is what determines which styles are available to you.

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Therefore, it is important to first determine what you can realistically spend on a wedding band before you start shopping. If your ring budget is set at $500, you can dismiss the idea of investing in a platinum band or more elaborate styles that will raise the price tag beyond your limit.

Wedding Band Metals

Any metal used to craft jewelry can be also be used to make wedding bands. Common metals used in wedding jewelry include white gold, yellow gold, and platinum.

At one time, platinum was the go-to metal for wedding jewelry. Even though the prized material is costly, the high quality justifies the expense. Platinum is a very durable pure metal with striking color. In addition, unlike gold, it doesn’t trigger allergic reactions in some wearers.

Another popular wedding band material is gold, which is available in different shades. Although platinum is used in its pure form, gold is combined with other metals to add durability. The downside to this is that often nickel is added to create gold alloys, making the metal hazardous for people with skin allergies.

Factors to Consider

What does your wedding band signify to you and your partner? Does your ring symbolize your love and commitment? For some societies it is a sign of fidelity, other cultures do not wear wedding bands at all. To some people, wearing a ring or not, has no meaning whatsoever.

Next, consider a wedding band style that compliments your diamond engagement ring. You have the option of buying a wedding set instead of pairing two separate ring designs.
Also, think about your personal style, how you live and what you are comfortable wearing. The ideal wedding band should not only be visually pleasing, it should reflect your personality. If you enjoy an active lifestyle, you might do best with a sturdy, minimalist design.

In conclusion, although the price has a big influence on the buying choice for some, you can always manage to make a statement by opting for more cost-effective materials. A wedding band in 14k yellow or white gold can be stunning and within your budget.

Above are examples of our wedding bands.