As royal weddings and engagements still continue to fuel our collective mania around the idea of the perfect wedding ring, brides and grooms around the country are asking questions as to what makes the ideal ring. These simple but pivotal symbols of love, matrimony and the future captivate our imagination. New design styles and tips are flooding the internet on a daily basis. As a result, it can be difficult to understand the basic necessities when choosing the ideal ring. But we will attempt to highlight a few points. This should be of greatest benefit to ladies looking for the perfect wedding ring.
Okay, no one likes to talk about money, particularly where weddings are concerned. It’s far easier, after all, to get lost in the fantasizing and planning. Only to then have reality come crashing down when it comes to footing the bill. But this shouldn’t need to be the case. Discussing a reasonable price range beforehand can help couples get a better understanding. Not only of what they’re looking at but where to look for it. Many companies and jewellers feature a range of price points. This means that if you have your heart set on a particular brand, there’s no reason you should consider yourself immediately priced out of range.
The combination of a diamond wedding ring and the engagement ring should demonstrate a certain synergy of ideas and themes. Consider, then, when placing an order for a ring, whether everything will match up in a pleasing way. Do the colour of the bands clash at all, for instance? The engagement ring may have diamonds or other gems – do you want the wedding ring to overshadow or underwhelm it? There may even be practical considerations to make. These include whether one ring will sit comfortably beside the other.
If you’re looking for a wedding ring that sits flush with your engagement ring, choosing a bespoke design is usually the best way to go. A curved wedding ring may also be a better option. These can hug around the engagement ring and reduce the gap between both rings. Choosing what style of stones sit on your wedding ring is important as well. Matching such styles of channel, pave or scallop set diamonds creates a cohesive design. Pre-designed weddings rings do exist that sit flush with the engagement ring. However, there is not as much creativity as with a bespoke designed ring.
You are choosing a ring that you intend to feature on your finger for the rest of your life. As a result, it only makes sense that you should choose one that looks good there. This does not mean you should pander to whatever features most prominently on the front page of a magazine or in the shop windows. Spend time to decide on a style that suits you, then go and find the ring that meets your expectations.
If you’d like to find out more about custom-made wedding rings for women, please contact us here at Bespoke Diamonds today and make an appointment.
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