There is much personal preference that goes into wedding rings. However, some wedding bands fit better with certain engagement rings. Traditionally, the metal color is the same, but this can be up to your decision. After you decide on metal, it's on to pick the wedding ring.
Classic wedding rings are either solid bands, pave, or eternity style. Solid bands and pave are able to sit flush with the engagement ring, giving a more fluid look. These pair best with round or oval shapes.
Eternity bands are also very popular but may not sit flush with the engagement ring. Changes can be made to the width of the band or height of the head to achieve this look. These pair best with square-shaped diamonds.
Curved wedding bands work particularly well with fancy diamond shapes.
These should be paired with their matching band to have the best look.
It is also important to factor in the width of the wedding and engagement ring. Having mismatched width will not sit well next to each other. If you have questions, book an appointment or reach out to one of our jewelry representatives.
Learn more about how to pair a wedding band.