MATCHING WEDDING BANDS AND ENGAGEMENT RINGS
GUIDE TO MATCHING WEDDING BANDS AND ENGAGEMENT RINGS
Matching wedding bands and engagement rings is a huge decision. You will have to live with it for the rest of your life, so it's essential to pick styles you will love for a long time. They are a physical manifestation of the promises made on your wedding day and probably one of your most cherished items. When choosing matching wedding bands and engagement rings, our team at Rogers Jewelry Co. are experts on the subject and happy to help you make the right decision for you and your partner.
Once you've picked the precious metal, it's time to determine the style of your rings. Do you want something simple or something more ornate? This is another personal preference, but remember that your rings should match each other in style. A matching wedding band should also be minimalist if you have an unadorned solitaire engagement ring. However, if you have an ornate engagement ring, you could also get away with a more intricate wedding band.
The next step is to balance all of the aesthetics of your rings. This means that you want to make sure that your rings look good together and on their own. If you have a very busy engagement ring, then you might want to choose a more straightforward wedding band if you want a more balanced look. Or, if you have an understated engagement ring, you can choose a more ornate wedding band. Doing so is all about finding the combination that feels best to you.