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Finding His and Hers Wedding Bands

Congratulations on your engagement! Let the decision-making Olympics begin with choosing color themes, venues, photographers, caterers and unique matching wedding bands.
The wedding bands will be a constant reminder of the vows that you took to honor your other half for eternity. It is the reason that precious stones, such as diamonds take a center stage in wedding bands and engagement rings.
Many couples take the idea of being wed to another level by purchasing customized matching wedding bands. It is a common practice and increasingly includes a variety of fine metals to make the wedding bands uniquely the couple’s own.
Unique Wedding Bands that Match

Matching Wedding Bands

Uniting Beauty With Good Design
When creating luxury custom bands and rings, the couple needs to keep several keys in mind. Consider the overall wardrobe, tastes proportionality, and personality into account. Choosing something that is lovely but completely outside of the couple’s usual comfort zone might challenge them to wear the rings. It needs to be a statement of love they can comfortably and happily wear.
Instead, look at the rings relationally. How will they appeal to both parties? Will it suit both personalities, wardrobes, and even the scale of their fingers?
Metal Bands
When considering the final design of the rings and bands, it is vital to look at the metal that will play host to years of wear. It needs to speak your hearts’ desires.
In the land of custom wedding bands and rings, many couples swing far and wide from the traditional yellow gold and venture into black gold, titanium, and platinum very often.
The wear and tear are a serious consideration when purchasing any piece of jewelry that needs to last an entire lifetime. For instance, the band might seem luxurious if you have never bought 24 karat gold. Once you wear it, it will start scratching, and can bend a lot more easily than lower karat varieties. It is the most expensive because it is pure gold. And, yet, that is what makes it malleable and delicate.
Consider strength as well as visual appeal. Platinum and titanium are like the diamonds of the metals. They are immensely strong and hold up well over time.
The same goes for gemstones. Many love to mix and match diamonds with a stone that speaks to their style. As was the case pre-1900’s, grooms purchased gems to match the qualities of their wife-to-be. Tanzanite is less expensive than say sapphire, but is also weaker and may chip or break. Tanzanite is less expensive, yet uniquely beautiful, but may not keep up with a partner in life who is clumsy, and overly active.
Still others choose to rely more on decorative metalwork, inscriptions, and less on gemstones when they design their breathtaking wedding bands and rings. Choose wisely and enjoy the statement of your relationship you create.
Some couples write their vows. Others choose their rings. Whether the conventional cannot deliver on how you feel, or does not suit your personality, you might want to consider designing your unique matching wedding rings.

05/03/2016     1 Comments   , , , ,