We’re all for unconventional, but most women go with wearing both a wedding band and an engagement ring. A “bridal set” is what the jewellery business calls this.
A few jewellery shops offer complete, coordinated bridal sets. However, you can always create your own ring set by selecting a conventional women’s wedding band or take a risk by choosing an unconventional women’s wedding band that is inlaid with a distinctive precious stone like Painite: Not just the rarest gemstone, but also the rarest mineral on earth; or go beyond and try to purchase a meteorite. surely you will find more than one option to make your jewellery unique!
We invite you to continue reading for more information on design alternatives, typical ring components, and design ideas for women’s wedding bands.
WEDDING BAND STYLES FOR WOMEN
Women’s wedding rings come in a plethora of styles, so no matter your taste, you may discover or have your ideal band made. Although bands are typically either straight or curved, additional characteristics can range from all metal to multi-stone and inlay.
Due to their symmetrical, circular designs, straight bands are appropriately titled. Depending on the engagement ring design, they are frequently worn alone or in conjunction with one.
The “gap” that results when the engagement ring’s form or stone setting prevents the other ring from being worn next to it is seen below.
SPECTRAL WEDDING BANDS (aka Contour or Curved Bands)
Shadow bands, which are hardly ever worn alone, get their name from the way that they exactly follow the contours of the engagement ring that they are worn closely behind. While some are made with numerous curves and points, others have a delicate, modest curve that makes them fit perfectly next to engagement rings. They range in style from straightforward, all-metal bands to elaborate, multi-material rings with gemstones.
The unending circle of stones or a design on eternity wedding bands, also known as infinity bands, gives them their name. Some people think this is a picture of your unending love. Either worn alone or in conjunction with an engagement ring, eternity rings can be made with a straight or contoured design.
BANDS FOR HALF ETERNITY
A half-eternity set ring is an option if you want the same appearance as an eternity band at a reduced price. As the name implies, just one half of the band is made of stones; the other half is either made of metal or can be inlaid with a special material.
BRIDESMAID WEDDING BAND STONE SETTINGS AND CUTS
The placements of the stones and their shapes significantly affect how a wedding band appears. Here are some style examples to assist you to recognise the ones you like and dislike.
WHAT IS THE PROFILE OF A WEDDING RING?
Ring profile, which is most frequently referred to as “round” or “flat,” describes the general form of the ring’s exterior and is a crucial design aspect. Most of the time, you want to select an engagement ring and band with the same profile to give your bridal set a unified, complimentary appearance. Almost all of our designs for women’s wedding bands can be produced in a flat or round form.
WHICH SIDE OF THE WEDDING BAND DO YOU WEAR?
Inside! According to custom, the wedding band should be positioned such that it is next to your heart, inside the engagement ring. In actuality, though, you should wear it however you feel most comfortable doing so.
WILL SOLDERING YOUR WEDDING RINGS TOGETHER BE A GOOD IDEA?
If you so desire, you can have your wedding band and engagement ring securely soldered together using a filler metal to connect the two rings together. One drawback is that you are left with only one heirloom rather than two to carry down through the generations. On the bright side, it prevents harm from rubbing together while being worn every day and does not degrade the value of the rings.