Choosing Wedding Rings As a Symbol of Your Love

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The rings you choose to wear as a symbol of your marriage are more than just accessories—they’re a reflection of your love and commitment to your partner. That’s why it’s important to consider each ring’s style, materials and size carefully before making your final decision. The right wedding band can help you and your spouse celebrate every anniversary, milestone and joyous moment together.

A wedding band should be as unique and beautiful as your relationship. That’s why many couples opt for custom options when deciding on their rings. Working with a jeweler to create a one-of-a-kind design will bring you and your partner even closer as you collaborate on creating something special that embodies your love for each other.

While it’s tempting to rush into buying a ring, the reality is you’ll be wearing your wedding band for a very long time. That’s why it’s best to start the search early on, so you have plenty of time to find the perfect match for your lifestyle and personality.

It’s also a good idea to get your partner’s ring size before you start shopping, so you don’t run into any issues with finding a fit. If you’re not sure how to do this, ask a close friend or family member who knows your partner well. Or, you can try to subtly work the question into a conversation when they’re not busy.

When it comes to wedding bands, there are many different styles and metals to choose from. But, if you’re looking for a timeless and classic option, you might want to consider going with an elegant pave or a delicate bezel-set diamond. These designs will complement any engagement ring and will last you for a long time.

Other popular wedding band choices are more bold and trendy. For example, a bezel-set geometric eternity band by Azlee is modern and sleek, and will look great with both diamond and natural gemstone rings. Millennials are yearning for wedding bands that feel edgy and fashion-forward, but still classic enough to stand the test of time.

Another modern alternative is a hammered or textured band by Spinelli Kilcollin, which Newberg says is “amazing.” She says the metals have a “fashionable flair” and are a great way to add texture to your ring.

The more detailed the ring, the higher the risk of it getting caught on clothes or gear, or knocked about by activity. That’s why it might be a good idea to consider opting for a simple band with a lower gemstone setting, like a plain or satin finish rather than a glitzy pave, for an active woman who loves to explore.

When you’re wearing your wedding ring, it will instantly signal to anyone you meet that you are married. This will prevent any misunderstandings and unintended repercussions, like infidelity (one of the leading causes of divorce). It’ll also show your friends, coworkers and other married couples that you are serious about your marriage.