Matching Wedding Bands For Him and Her

Your engagement is full of exciting milestones. After you've already moved from the proposal into the wedding planning stage, there are so many personal details you can customize to create a wedding ceremony you both enjoy. 

If you already received your engagement ring, it may be time for you both to begin thinking about your wedding bands. Should they match, or should they be unique to one another? Let's explore this question and look through the high-quality Noémie wedding bands you'll adore wearing for years to come.

How to Choose Your Wedding Jewelry 

Do you feel the pressure of selecting a wedding band? Almost all other choices you make concerning your wedding day last for that day only. Your wedding jewelry will last through many years of growth together, so you'll want to pick rings that you both adore. Let's look through a few ways to choose stunning wedding jewelry that delights you throughout your marriage.

Choose High-Quality Metal 

As you begin to discuss wedding band options with your partner, you'll want to consider what level of quality you'd like for the bands. While 14-karat gold is more affordable, it also has a much lower concentration of pure gold, making it less valuable. Ideally, you may want to consider choosing 18-karat gold or platinum. These metals are valuable enough to use in wedding jewelry and durable enough to last for years. 

Choose the Metal Color of Your Preference 

After deciding what quality metal you'd like for your wedding jewelry, it's time to consider what color wedding band suits you both. Do you enjoy cool tones? You may enjoy white gold or platinum bands. Would you prefer a more warm-toned option? In that case, a romantic rose gold band or earthy yellow gold band may be more fitting. It's an easy way to customize your ring so that it reflects your style.

Decide on Matching or Individual Wedding Bands

Although there are well-loved traditions, there are no rules to weddings. You are free to make up your own customs and traditions in your wedding planning. That being said, you're free to choose wedding bands that match or bands that are starkly different from one another. Make the decision together to have coordinating or individual rings. You'll learn more about your partner in the process and better understand one another.  

Choose What Kind of Stones You Prefer in Your Wedding Jewelry 

The next factor to consider in your wedding jewelry is whether or not you'd like stones displayed. Lots of women enjoy bold, glistening diamonds displayed on their engagement ring and wedding band. You both can choose to include diamonds in your bands or to forego them if you like. If you decide that you'd like diamonds to be incorporated into your wedding jewelry, you should discuss what cut and diamond shape suits you most.

Consider Your Budget 

When discussing your preferences with wedding rings, it's a great idea to broach the topic of finances early. As you grow together in your partnership, you'll want to understand one another's perspectives on budgeting. Discussing your wedding band budget can help you agree with your partner about prioritizing your funds for the wedding ceremony and in your lives together following your magical day.

Decide on Rings Together 

You might think that each of you should choose his or her own wedding band with little input from the other. While you're each entitled to your preferences, browsing rings together and discussing your favorite styles can be a delightful bonding experience. Use this opportunity to learn what your partner prioritizes in fine jewelry. You might be able to use this information to surprise them with a meaningful gift later in your marriage.

Wedding Bands for Her You Can Customize Together 

1. Diamond Eternity Band

If you love classic wedding band styles, you can never go wrong with a diamond eternity band. This style has been well-loved for centuries because of its simplicity and sheer elegance. 

Our One Carat Diamond Eternity Band displays glimmering white diamonds around the entire band for an endlessly flawless look. Pair it with your engagement ring for a combination that's timelessly stunning.

2. Oval-Cut Diamond Eternity Band

You might love the eternity band style, but you prefer a different diamond shape. If that's the case, Our Oval-Cut Diamond Eternity Band could be the band of your dreams. This band displays over 2 Carats of VS clarity and F/G color grade diamonds, making it as precious and valuable as your relationship. You can choose this ring in 18-karat white gold, rose gold, yellow gold, or platinum.

3. Vintage Diamond Band 

Not everyone's a modernist, and that's okay. You have every right to draw inspiration from the beautiful jewelry styles of past decades. Our Vintage Diamond Band is proof that vintage styles belong in the modern era. The band is adorned with 14 dazzling white diamonds set in whimsical shapes. You can wear this wedding band alone or choose to pair it with an engagement ring.

4. Multi-Color Sapphire Eternity Band Ring 

Your relationship is one-of-a-kind. You deserve to reflect your unique partnership with wedding jewelry that's as unique as your journey. Our Multi-Sapphire Eternity Band Ring features vibrant, colorful sapphires and diamonds lining a band's circumference. You can further customize this band by choosing 18-karat rose gold, white gold, or black gold to showcase your personality. 

5. The Baguette and Round Diamond Band 

Here's an option that combines two well-loved styles. Our Baguette and Round Diamond Band Ring features lovely geometric stones in its center with circular diamonds bordering the enter stones. This band is unique in the way it draws inspiration from more than one design. 

You can choose to wear this diamond band on its own or pair it with another stackable diamond ring

6. Three Diamonds Stacking Ring 

Do you prefer to wear jewelry that's understated and simple? Our Three Diamond's Stacking Ring may fall within your tastes. This band features three evenly-spaced delicate white diamonds set in an 18-karat gold band. You can choose to stack this ring with your engagement ring, with another band, or you can wear it on its own if you prefer that option.

A Wedding Band for Him You Can Customize Together 

Traditionally, women's engagement rings and wedding bands are the more detailed rings of the two genders. You are free to make your own traditions and make new rules for yourself if you like. 

If you and your partner want to create a men's wedding band that incorporates his personality in its design, you're welcome to use our Custom Ring Form. Through this form, you can let us know your budget and attach a photo of other rings that inspire you. We'll do our best to accommodate your tastes in your wedding band. 

To Sum it Up 

Planning your wedding is a period of your life that will be over before you know it. To make the most of this experience, consider using each decision as an opportunity to bond with your partner. 

When you evaluate Noémie's fine wedding bands together, you'll find high-quality diamond bands for affordable prices. After choosing your favorite Noémie bands, you'll be one step closer to exchanging these rings and starting the rest of your life with your favorite person, too.

Sources:

Do Wedding Bands Have to Match? | The Knot  

14K vs. 18K Gold: What Is the Difference? | Jewelry Notes 

The Rules: How to talk to your partner about what to spend on an engagement ring | Market Watch