They will be your partners in the rest of your life and they symbolize three things: your personality, your commitment, and your fashion style. Choose a right wedding ring that will express an enduring, unequivocal love and exert a unique personality for both the groom and the bride.
Select the rings together. You should decide on wedding rings together. Many women have known what they want on their wedding rings since they were ready for marriage, so sitting down and talking can help get both spouses on the same page.
Decide on matching or separate style. It is not absolutely necessary to buy wedding rings coordinate. For example, if the groom is concerned with a ring appearing too effeminate he can get a different style from the bride.
Consider your lifestyle. If you use your hands a lot for manual labor and you do not want to scuff up your stone or damage your ring, consider a low setting or a hard stone.
Select a stone. You should feel free to consider diamond or other stones. Look into the meanings of certain stones and the hardness.
Select a band metal. The three most popular are yellow gold, white gold and platinum. Actually, silver will be also an inexpensive and shining choice.
Look through catalogs. Once you have a general idea of what you want, leaf through a couple catalogs from different jewelers, which will help you figure out the price ranges as well as familiarize you with some brands.