Choosing Your Wedding Band
Thus, it is important to choose a ring that signifies this for both of you. First of all, you must take into consideration how will the wedding band sit with your existing engagement ring as this will be your “forever ring”.
This is the most classic metal band where it does not have gemstones and is usually made from platinum, 18k, 14k white, yellow or rose gold. Alternatively, you can choose to use other metals such as titanium and stainless steel as well. This style lets your sparkling engagement ring take center stage and is suitable for active brides as there is no worry about prongs and diamonds damage.
A diamond encrusted band where the stones are set in between two bars of metal where the crown of the diamond is level with the surface. This type of wedding band creates a paved look hence giving it its name. A pavé band is best suited for ladies who want the glamour of diamonds without the prongs.
An eternity band usually has swhere the diamonds go around the whole circumference. This versatile wedding band is definitely a showstopper especially paired with a simple engagement ring. The identical size diamonds encircling the band is said to symbolize eternity.
If you prefer a more streamline look, you can go for an anniversary band. Contrary to its name, it is not just for anniversaries but are great as a wedding band as well. The diamonds on an anniversary band go halfway around the ring and are great for brides who do not like the feel of diamonds on their inner palm.