You’ve already got her the perfect engagement ring, now it’s time to find the perfect wedding band. Here’s our guide to a few things you need to consider when buying a diamond wedding band for her.

  1. Narrow down your choices

If you want to find the right match for the love of your life, be it diamonds, gemstones, gold or platinum, you need to start by narrowing down the options. It’s not overwhelming so long as you take it a step at a time. Start with her style: does she want embellishments or something simpler? Does she want it to be the same metal as her engagement ring? Do you want your wedding bands to match?

  1. Buy the rings and bands together

Knowing what kind of ring goes with the engagement ring can help with your decision. For instance, if you have a one of a kind engagement ring, you may prefer a simple band, whereas a simple engagement ring calls for added sparkle! Also consider how the rings will fit together. If she plans on wearing the engagement and wedding band as a set all the time, look for a shadow band that has been designed to interlock with the engagement ring. However, if she would prefer to only wear the wedding band, you may want to consider a more intricate diamond wedding band.

  1. Don’t be afraid to mix things up

Don’t worry if you like yellow gold and your partner loves platinum, there really isn’t a rule that says you have to have the same style or metal. If you like, you could choose braided bands that mould two metals together – or have totally different bands. It’s all about finding wedding bands you will both love and that reflect your individual and unique styles.

  1. Set your budget and stick to it

When shopping, it’s safe to assume you are going to spend around 3 percent of your wedding budget on the wedding bands. Remember that engravings, diamonds, and other embellishments can quickly add to the costs, so remember to factor it into your budget if you want to personalize the wedding bands.

  1. Consider her lifestyle

She will wear her wedding band every day, so choose something that will seamlessly mould into her life. Take a look at our fine selection at If she plays sports frequently, or even a musical instrument, you may want to consider a slim ring with rounded edges. If she works with her hands a lot, look for something simple, like a solid ring.

  1. Think long term

It’s okay to go for a wedding band that is ultra-trendy, but make sure the wedding band style you choose is something she is going to want to wear for the rest of her life. But, don’t get too stressed about it – you can always buy her a new ring for an anniversary milestone, or make changes to the one you choose.

Take note of the tips provided above and you’ll certainly get the wedding ring you’re looking for.



Leave a Reply