You met the love of your life, trusted him with your deepest feelings and maybe went against them all to make him your partner by believing in yourself. Congratulations on your engagement! 🙂 You deserve to be happy.
Now, let’s see how you can pair your wedding and engagement rings. To get started, here are some wedding ring options for you:
Stackable Wedding Bands
Versatile and easy to personalize, stackable wedding bands are everybody’s first choice for their engagement rings. They are a set of multiple metal bands of different designs that are nestled together. While a typical wedding band stack comprises 3 or 4 metal bands, you can choose as many of them as you want to create a unique combination. With stackable wedding bands, you get the option to mix and match different metals such as yellow, white or rose gold, silver and platinum, to name a few.
Stack two bands of different metals encrusted with diamonds to get a decent yet remarkable look. Stackable wedding bands are easy to pair with engagement rings because they bring a pop of color that completes the bridal set.
Contoured Wedding Rings
Contoured wedding rings offer a pleasing visual combination with their designated engagement rings. A typical contoured wedding ring is fashioned according to the shape of an engagement ring, harmonizing with its curves and the overall design. The curved band of a contoured wedding ring sits snugly with your engagement ring. Choosing a contoured wedding ring to match your engagement ring is a sure shot way of creating a fascinating mix.
Notched Wedding Rings
A notched wedding ring has a straight band with a small angled cut-out to fit the centerstone of an engagement ring. This small cut-out makes the duo of wedding and engagement rings look like pieces of a puzzle. Pairing a notched wedding ring with your engagement ring can create a delightful illusion of a single ring, enhancing the beauty of your precious rings.
A notched wedding ring is your go-to option if you have a minimalist engagement ring. Choose a notched wedding ring in a different metal than your engagement ring to attain a bold look.
Open Wedding Rings
Unlike straight wedding rings, an open wedding ring features a gap in the band that makes it easy to match with an engagement ring. You can have an open wedding ring decorated with two diamonds or color gemstones of your choice. Or, you can keep it simple and pair your engagement ring with a basic open wedding ring featuring a plain metal band.
Another great option for enhancing the overall sparkle of your engagement rings is a ring jacket. A typical ring jacket comprises two metal bands that are soldered at their sizing areas and have enough space in between to fit an engagement ring. The two bands of a ring jacket pair elegantly with the engagement ring, creating a flattering illusion of three rings.
This style of wedding rings is popular among modern brides looking for a wedding ring that amplifies the beauty of their engagement ring.
Valuable Pairing Recommendations
You’ve seen some wedding ring styles to match your engagement ring. Now, it’s time to take in some pairing suggestions regarding the centerstone of your engagement ring to have an exceptional match.
Engagement rings featuring round-cut centerstones are easy to pair with wedding rings. The round shape brings a touch of versatility,giving people the leeway to style their round gemstone jewelry in almost every design. The styling options for your wedding ring are endless if you have a round engagement ring. You can choose a wedding ring in just about any design, from plain metal bands to intricately styled diamond-studded metal bands.
An emerald-cut engagement ring is a statement piece in all its glory. In that sense, you need a wedding ring that matches the appeal of your engagement ring. To top off an emerald-cut engagement ring, you can opt for a wedding ring fashioned with round-cut accent diamonds. The brilliance of round-cut diamonds will work well in highlighting the edgy design of the emerald-cut centerstone of your engagement ring.
Featuring more of a feminine design, the pear cut offers an elegant look that’s perfect for engagement rings. If you have an engagement ring featuring a pear-cut stone, we recommend a contoured wedding ring for an awesome match. The graceful shape of your engagement ring stone will exquisitely blend with the contoured curves of your wedding ring. Another fantastic option will be a diamond-studded wedding ring jacket. The sparkling diamonds and versatile bands of a wedding ring jacket will create a remarkable combination with your engagement ring.
A trillion-cut gemstone doesn’t need any frills to draw attention. Its striking aura is enough to turn heads. If you have a trillion-cut engagement ring, we suggest that you go for a plain white or yellow gold wedding ring. You can add an extra touch of love to this extraordinary combination by engraving each other’s initials on the basic wedding rings.
The pointed ends of the distinct marquise-cut need to be paired with an elongated design. Thus, an open wedding ring will adorably pair with a marquise-cut engagement ring. The gap of an open wedding ring can gracefully complement the flattering marquise-cut engagement ring centerstone.
Whether you need a simple metal band or an open ring, there’s only so much you can do without working with a renowned jeweler on your wedding ring. And who better than GemsNY can help you in this endeavor, considering our decades of experience in bringing the dream jewels of our customers to life. With great joy and mindful artistry, GemsNY loves to work with its customers on their precious jewels based on their design suggestions.
We can bring your dream wedding ring to life with our ‘Custom Jewelry’ service. All you need to do is come to us with your design suggestions or a sketch (if possible) of your wedding ring, and we’ll take it up from there.
By the way, don’t waste time trying to create a sketch of your wedding ring if you’re not good at it, Picasso. Your suggestions will do!