Womens Wedding Rings – A Guide

July 17th, 2012

Traditionally, the engagement ring and wedding ring are worn on the same finger, which really leaves two questions.

Do I match my rings or do I compliment them?

The answers to these questions are largely down to personal choice. Some women love the contrast between the yellow and white gold rings and other’s love the matching symmetry. We do recommend that if you are fortunate enough to have a platinum engagement ring and you do intend to wear your wedding ring on the same finger you should stick to platinum wedding rings. This is mostly due to the durable, strong quality of platinum that has been known to scratch other metals.

You must make the same decision when thinking of your spouse’s rings, do you want a stark contrast or a matching band?

The next big choice is the width of your ring, more often than not narrow bands tend to match narrow hands and vice versa, most women though prefer to make their wedding ring similar width to their engagement ring lest one should overpower the other.

Wedding Rings And Engagement Rings For Women

Wedding Band Contrast

23 Responses to “Womens Wedding Rings – A Guide”

  1. Daniel Rosen says:

    You’ve answered a constantly recurring question very well. Ultimately it’s a question of choice at the end of the day. Great blog topics – keep up the good work.

  2. These wedding rings are fabulous. It adds to the beauty of a lady.

  3. I like your simple design setting ring. Great advice!

  4. Janice says:

    Basic rule of thumb is that both rings should be the same metal. The softer metal will get be left with scratch marks within a matter of weeks. For example: A gold engagement ring paired with a tungsten wedding band will result in scratches in the gold band.

  5. Wedding rings says:

    it is very important to ger the right ring so it can fit with other along

    • Elizabeth says:

      I wear that ring almost everwyhere I go. It’s a great promotional piece for you, because people are always asking where I got it. Thank you, Dorothea. I look forward to my next piece.

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