If you’ve just gotten engaged, we congratulate you! You’re about to embark upon a beautiful journey with your partner. We understand that you’re probably busy deciding the budgets, venue, caterers, guest lists, decorators, photographers, and so on, but it is crucial to get clarity on your wedding rings. Jewellery is expensive, and wedding bands are no different from the rest.

Many people have troubling finalising their wedding ring designs. With the plethora of options available today, the selection process might become tedious. Unless you and your betrothed already have a ring set in mind, it will be very confusing to decide on the rings. This confusion is not gender-specific, and both sexes have an equally rough time finding a ring that expresses their unique journey together.

When choosing a wedding ring, always try it on for size and to see how the design will look on your finger, recommends Katie from Orla James. The shape, width, metal, and pattern must be comfortable for everyday wear since you will be wearing this ring for the rest of your life. Women can also match their wedding bands to their engagement ring. Many women like to match or contrast their engagement rings and wear the wedding and engagement rings together for added value.

Let us try to make your life a bit simpler and help you finalise your ring with the help of a few wedding ring styles that are trendy, yet good looking.

Shared Prongs Rings

Shared prongs rings are the most popular wedding ring type. A row of diamonds is set in the metal of choice without a metallic border to enhance the shine of the diamonds. The brilliance of sparkling diamonds is brought to the fore with sturdy prongs set firmly together to hold the diamonds in place. The final look of the ring is one of the endless diamonds that reflects and sparkles with changes in light. Many women enjoy wearing this style of wedding ring since it compliments almost all engagement ring designs in any shape or pattern.

Traditional Wedding Bands

Traditional or classic wedding bands are timeless in their grace and beauty. Made from a single metal with a classic court to the design, the bands fit snugly against the skin. This ring style encases a rounded exterior to match the interior. Usually, the most familiar shape for the majority of the people, most trendy couples are mixing the metals to create a design with different colours. The traditional metal used is usually gold or white gold. However, traditional wedding bands are now also being made with intertwining strands of rose, white, and gold metal in a D-cut conventional wedding band. Without any embellishments, engravings, or etchings, these wedding rings are a timeless classic.

Eternity Wedding Rings

Eternity rings are the new favourite for many women. These rings look gorgeous with engagement rings, and both end up looking like a readymade set from the start. A diamond eternity band has the gemstones wrapped around the entire finger without a break in the pattern or design. The same ring style can also be made using other precious and semi-precious stones to add more significant meaning to the couple. Eternity patterned rings offer the wearer the chance to see the brilliance of the stones from any direction they choose. The stones are set in a manner that reflects light off the ring adding to the sparkle and mystery surrounding the finger.

Vintage Wedding Rings

Many jewellers offer new rings in vintage patterns. Sometimes, rings get old, lost, or broken, and cannot be handed down through generations. Antiques inspire vintage rings and have greater detailing work and craftsmanship to the design. The intricacy of the pattern adds to the olden look of the ring and invokes a sense of age. Delicate scrollwork patterns, tiara designs, diamond baguette patterns, and coronet styles are some of the vintage looks you might choose. Despite the many modern couples opting to get married, the vintage design in wedding rings still holds a dear place in their hearts. These wedding rings are known to bring back the glory of the romantic eras of the past straight to today’s modern world.

Men and women’s wedding rings come in many patterns and styles. The pairings that can be made with these rings are endless. Some women also prefer stackable wedding rings to add to every special occasion, while some prefer the classic band. Men also have plenty of patterns they can select from, and you both should take great care while picking your rings together.