A gold band, simple but unusual, with a flowing design like a braid or similar pattern that will be interesting to look at and somehow classic. I pair this with a small brilliant diamond for a great look that is still intrigues me after a dozen-odd years.
I vote for a very simple, engraved, thin, gold band. No bling.
Wedding ring is not all about perfection, the extent of wedding ring is just to symbolize the hooking up of man and woman with the formular of 1+1=1 so what matters is not the perfection of the ring but the perfection of the two heart that would be living as one...choose what you can afford as your wedding ring, many of the world's most expensive wedding collapses suddenly so its not about a perfect ring on wedding.
I have never wanted a diamond ring, even when i was little. I have always wanted either a white gold ring with a light blue stone, or a yellow gold and a dark red stone.
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