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Wedding Ring Styles

When you find forever love, you celebrate it every day. Start your journey together with wedding bands symbolizing your love and commitment.

  • Wedding Band Guide
    Whether you opt for matching bands or to show off your own unique styles, we have wedding rings you'll both love.
  • Wedding Party Gift Guide
    Make your special day for sparkle for everyone involved.
  • Matching Wedding Bands
    Express your love for each other with wedding bands that were made for each other, just like the two of you.

Anniversary Gifts

From traditional jewelry to personalized pieces, find the perfect gift to celebrate your love story.

Anniversary Bands

Celebrate another year of love with stackable sparkle.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Matching wedding bands are a common choice for couples, but they are not a requirement. Some couples prefer individualized designs that reflect their personalities and tastes.

Wedding bands are typically purchased before the wedding ceremony. It's advisable to start shopping for wedding bands several months in advance to allow time for customization and sizing.

Regular cleaning and maintenance are essential to keep wedding bands in good condition. Avoid exposing them to harsh chemicals and remove them when engaging in activities that may cause damage. Periodic professional cleanings and inspections can help maintain the appearance and integrity of the bands.

Wedding bands do not necessarily have to match the engagement ring. Some couples prefer matching sets, while others opt for contrasting styles. It ultimately depends on personal preference and aesthetic preferences.

A wedding band is a symbolic piece of jewelry exchanged between spouses during the wedding ceremony. It represents the eternal bond and commitment between partners.

It's essential to have the correct ring size to ensure a comfortable fit. Jewelers can measure ring size using a sizing tool or by trying on sample rings. It's also possible to use existing rings as reference points for sizing.

What is the significance of wearing a wedding band on the left hand? In many Western cultures, including the United States and Europe, the wedding band is traditionally worn on the fourth finger of the left hand, known as the "ring finger." This tradition dates back to ancient times when it was believed that a vein in the ring finger, known as the "vena amoris," connected directly to the heart.

Yes, wedding bands can be customized to reflect personal styles and preferences. Customization options include engraving, adding gemstones, and choosing unique designs or finishes.

Yes, most wedding bands can be resized by a professional jeweler. However, some metals, such as titanium and tungsten, may be challenging or impossible to resize.

Common metals for wedding bands include gold (white, yellow, or rose), platinum, palladium, titanium, and tungsten. Each metal has its unique characteristics in terms of color, durability, and price.

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