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A Guide to Wedding Bands That Are Not Engagement Rings

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Sometimes, it's hard for a man to find the right wedding band that does not make it look like an engagement ring you would buy for your girlfriend. It has to be found in a great shop and one that is going to be chosen with care. A few things to keep in mind are what size engagement ring the woman has (because if it's too big then she could lose the diamond out of the engagement ring) so that means a carat or two. This detail makes all the difference when choosing a size. The heft and weight of the band should not change much from the engagement ring because this slows down the process of putting on and taking off which can be a pain but falling into line with most styles will avoid this issue. Also, make sure that there aren't other details on the band that take away from the diamond because it's best to really showcase it. For more information, check out this blog and other wedding bands.

The statement wedding band

The statement wedding band is the one that has a lot of sparkle and shine, but it's still subtle enough to be worn with other jewelry. This is ideal for a bride who doesn't want her groom's wedding ring to outshine her own. It's also great for couples who are worried about matching their engagement rings and bands, but still want to wear matching pieces on their wedding days.

The family-history ring

For many couples, their wedding day is more than just a celebration of their love for each other — it's also an opportunity to celebrate their family history. This is true for many cultures around the world, but it's especially true for Jewish couples who want to honor their heritage by wearing a hamsa or mezuzah ring during the ceremony. The hamsa represents good luck and protection from harm; mezuzah means "doorpost," and it's a small box containing scripture that hangs outside every Jewish home's doorpost as a reminder of God's presence within our lives. Many Jewish couples wear these symbols on their wedding day to symbolize the role they'll play in each other's lives as they build their new family together.

The symbolic wedding band

The wedding band is a symbol of love and commitment, and it’s a beautiful accessory. The most important thing is that you wear the ring on your finger. That way, you can show everyone how much you love your spouse.

A wedding band should be simple and elegant, but it can also be flamboyant and ornate if that’s what floats your boat! You don’t need to spend an arm and a leg on a wedding band either – there are many affordable options available at online jewelry stores.

The mismatched stack of wedding bands

The traditional way to wear wedding bands is on the third finger of the left hand, but that's not the only option.

You can wear your engagement ring on your right hand, too. If you choose to do this, consider wearing a band on your left hand as well. This will make sure both sides of your body are balanced and even. You could also wear two rings on each finger — one for each hand.

The mismatched stack of wedding bands is a great way to express your individuality and give your wedding day its own unique flair.

The possibilities are truly endless.

For couples of all types, the commitment of marriage deserves something that is as unique and special as the two people who commit to spending a lifetime together. The selection of wedding bands is vast and individualized today, some full of history and meaning passed along from generation to generation. Whether you want to select from an array of expensive pieces from a jeweler or opt for a simpler design that is meant to be worn every day, choosing the style for that special ring is a decision you will both live with for the rest of your lives. As cliche as it sounds, when you buy your wedding band(s) together, always remember there's no style more meaningful than one that you personally design together.

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