3 Best Tips For Designing Your Own Matching Wedding Rings

So, you’re getting married and decided to start looking into the all-important wedding rings. This is no ordinary piece of jewellery, but a long-lasting symbol of your love and commitment to one another. Even more so if you’ve decided to get matching his and hers wedding rings using the same design, material, or style – or all of the above! Whether you’re getting married in two months or two years, it’s never too early to start the search for your perfect matching wedding rings. In the wedding game, the early bird really does catch the worm!

1. Design

Ideally, your wedding ring design should match or complement the engagement ring. Perhaps you’d like a unique wedding ring shape to wrap around a solitaire diamond? Or maybe you’d like something a bit more unusual? Have you thought about whether or not you’d like engraving? Be sure to do your research on the endless possibilities and narrow down your choices before speaking to a designer. The clearer the picture you have of what you would like, the easier it will be for them to make your bespoke matching wedding rings dream a reality.

2. Materials

Yellow gold, rose gold, silver, platinum, the choice of materials for your bespoke wedding rings are endless. Consider what material you normally wear on a daily basis – would you like it to match your existing jewellery? Or perhaps you are more interested in the symbolism of your chosen material.

With your wedding ring design, it is important to focus on what it is you want and what your ring means to you and your partner. Keep your lifestyle in mind when choosing materials. If you or your partner work in a hands-on occupation, you’ll need a durable, hard-wearing material that can stand up to the task, such as Platinum.

Finally, consider the maintenance of your ring. The more ornate the design, the more likely it will require regular cleaning and polishing to keep your his and hers wedding rings shining!

3. Budget

As with all wedding-related expenses, it is important to set yourself a healthy but realistic budget. Embellishments, engravings, and other personalisations are likely to add to the overall cost, so factor extras like that into your budget. Although the cost is obviously important, price isn’t the only factor.

As the saying goes, you get what you pay for and the quality and details of your ring is important as you will be wearing it every day so you need to be happy with your overall choice. Sometimes it’s worth paying that little bit extra for that final finishing touch and the perfect ring.

To get started on creating your perfect bespoke ring, call Roseanna today.

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