Tips for Choosing the Best Wedding Ring


Most of the people spend a lot of time and effort while choosing their engagement rings. In the process, however, they sometimes do not pay enough attention while picking their wedding rings. Please don’t forget that you will wear the wedding ring on a regular basis for the rest of your life. The right wedding ring also deserves your attention because it is the most enduring visible symbol of a marriage. Since the early days of human civilization, wedding rings have symbolized faithfulness, loyalty, and love. In every culture, wedding rings are still considered to be a sacred piece of jewelry.

The approach to buying a wedding ring is somewhat different compared to that for an engagement ring. In most instances, wedding rings are purchased together by the couples without any element of surprise. The simple tips mentioned here will make it much easier for you to purchase the perfect wedding ring.

Start Early: It has been observed that many couples don’t spend enough time while shopping for their wedding rings. Please remember that there is a specific production time for a wedding ring that may be about 3-4 weeks. If you are looking for custom made wedding rings, you must allow 3-6 weeks of time. Therefore, in order to avoid the rush, it is recommended that you start the process 6 months before the wedding. If you leave it for too late, it may not be possible to get that perfect wedding ring.

Fix a Budget: Before you start shopping for your wedding, fix a budget for it. In general, it is recommended that around 3% to 5% of the entire wedding budget should be set aside for the wedding ring.

It is possible to stretch the budget, if you are prepared to play around with the ring style and metal. For example, instead of opting for a full eternity band, you may choose a half eternity. This will cost significantly less, without making much difference to your ring’s appearance. Similarly, the budget can be reduced by opting for white gold instead of platinum.

Whether you purchase your wedding ring from a local jeweler or at a big brand store, there will not be much difference in terms of the look. However, there will definitely be a significant price difference. Therefore, it is possible to bring down the budget, if you are ready to ignore the big brands.

Consider your Lifestyle: The wedding ring you choose must suit your lifestyle. This is important because a wedding ring is worn every day, throughout one’s entire lifetime. For example, if you are an outdoor person or deal with loads of chemicals, your wedding ring should be able to withstand such a lifestyle.

Choose the Metal: Gold has been the typical metal of choice for wedding rings for generations. However, these days, wedding rings are available in a wide variety of metals including yellow gold, silver, platinum, white gold, rose gold, etc. Couples looking for a matched look can opt for the same metal for the bride and groom. One may also choose a metal that matches with the engagement ring.

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Choose the Style: Choosing a style can be quite overwhelming because too many wedding ring styles are currently available in the market. Traditional and modern are two broad categories of style for your wedding ring. If you are looking something traditional, you may opt for styles such as channel set, comfort fit, or half-round. One the other hand, some popular modern wedding ring styles include pipe bands, pave bands, prong set bands, and wide bands.

These were just a few tips to help you buy the perfect wedding ring. If you are ready to start shopping for your wedding ring or any other wedding ornament, you can find more useful tips and details at Adina’s Jewels.

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