Is it time for wedding bands shopping? You should not wait until the last minute. Finding the perfect diamond wedding bands is both exciting and tricky! It’s exciting because you know you are one step closer to your wedding day, but tricky because there are too many options.
Here’s the thing: there is no perfect wedding band by definition. “Perfect” is subjective, and only you and your partner can determine which among the wedding bands can be the best choice for you.
Now, this is where you can stop worrying. By the time you finish reading this, you should be able to decide what you want for your wedding bands. We will give you a rundown to our favorite diamond settings for wedding rings. We assure you these are beautiful, and any option can be perfect for you and your soon-to-be lifetime partner.
Diamonds for Wedding Bands
One-diamond band. This wedding band has a timeless style. The one and only diamond at the center, without a doubt, is a classic representation of one true love.
Anniversary diamond band. This wedding band has several diamonds that go halfway around the ring. You can expect it to have more sparkles than the one-diamond band. It is a good choice if you want the other half of the ring to be less bulky.
Full-diamond band. Another classic design, the full-diamond setting is also known as the eternity band. As the name suggests, the diamonds encircle the entire band, which makes it shine brighter and look more elegant. This diamond setting comes in two sub-options: the shared prong and the channel setting.
The shared prong setting has two stones set side by side and sharing a prong. On the other hand, the channel setting doesn’t have a prong because diamonds are placed next to each other along a metal channel that makes up the sides.
No-gemstone wedding band. Not all wedding bands come with a diamond or gemstone. If you dig a minimalist design, then this simple no-diamond band is the way to go. The metal bands are usually made of platinum, and you can pick a color too—silver, yellow gold, white gold, or rose gold.
If your engagement rings have diamonds, then this will perfectly make a great complement.
Are you ready to go shopping for wedding bands now? Well, you already know what to look for!