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Tips For Buying Your Wedding Rings

Updated on May 22, 2017

Decide on your Budget

You know best when it comes to how much amount of money you're comfortable spending on the ring. No matter what your budget, it’s best to purchase it at least two months in advance of your wedding date. This way, there will be enough time for the delivery of the ring and any size adjustments that could be needed.

Wedding Bands


Find the Right Band

Whether you prefer a simple or elaborate style, there’s a wedding ring that’s right for you. The metal is typically the first consideration when you shop for a wedding band. Simple, traditional bands in yellow or white gold of varying thickness are the most popular for both men and women. However, many women are now opting for a more fashionable style, with alternate colored bands in rose gold or bands with diamond accents.

For men, rugged, durable metals like titanium or tungsten offer additional options and also can be adorned with diamonds for a more elegant look. Prices can range from under one hundred dollars to several thousand dollars so there are many options to fit any budget.

Find a Complementary Match

When out to shop for a wedding band, remember that the perfect wedding band is a personal choice. Though there may be several options, it is worth taking the time to look at all of them in order to make sure you are content with what you have picked, especially since wedding bands are the one piece of jewelry both you and your partner will be wearing seven days a week, all year round!

Have your engagement ring along with you when picking the wedding band so that you know how the rings look together, and how they touch each other to ensure that both the wedding band and engagement ring fit properly and complement one another.

Shop Together

Unlike hunting for an engagement ring, wedding ring is something that can and should be done together with your partner. Don’t stress. Just have fun and spend some time together picking out these symbols of your coming life together.

Hopefully this guide will help you to choose the right wedding ring for you and your partner. So, happy shopping!

About Author

She dons many hats, that of a lifestyle blogger, wife and mom. A fashion lover and style influencer, she thrives on writing, like contributing feature articles for Samuels Jewelers on topics such as Engagement Rings for Women and diamond jewelry, fashion earrings, the latest happenings and trends. She also loves indulging in activities like yoga, cycling, and swimming.


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