A diamond is a go-to jewel where engagement is a concern, but where wedding rings matter, customized jewelry always tops the list. Around 38 million Americans will buy fine jewelry and watches every year with 52% of brides admitting they would not mind a colored stone for their engagement like Halle Berry and Jessica Simpson. If ‘unique’ is your middle name, find the modalities surrounding choosing personalized wedding rings for you and your bride.
A wedding band is likely to be customized using engraving, which is what we are going to discuss, but there is so much more you can do with engraving to make the bands personalized wedding rings that you and your bride will treasure forever.
Choose a Font That Defines You
Fonts are a great way of creating your personalized wedding rings. There are dozens of fonts to choose from. To give you a good idea of what can work best, look at a word document and go through the fonts. Search through and see which one looks like something you would want to represent you and your soon-to-be wife.
Some stores also offer custom fonts. If you like using your creativity, you can choose one of the fonts available in the store or if they allow it, bring your own font. The idea here is to get something that perfectly shows your love for each other, so whichever font you choose will be perfect.
Wedding Band Size
The size of your ring will play a role in how you want to have it customized. If you are thinking of engraving the inside of the ring only, then you can go with the standard ring size and things will work out fine. Rings that need to be engraved on the outside will, however, require you to have a bigger ring in terms of size to give your local jewelers store enough room for customization. A larger ring is also unique in its own way, which adds character to the bands you choose and makes them truly yours.
Shop By Metal
Several metals are perfect for wedding bands. Before you choose one, make sure that your partner is not allergic to the metal. If they are not allergic to any, you are in luck. The most common metals used for wedding bands are platinum, white gold, rose gold, yellow gold, and palladium. Any of these will be great as long as you and your partner agree on it.
Stone or No Stone?
You might want to do something special for your bride’s wedding ring on top of having it engraved with a sentimental message. You can choose a ring engraved with diamonds in a unique pattern that you know she will love and treasure. You can do anything from having the diamonds set up straight, intertwined with a plain band, shaped into flowers, or a heart shaped ring. Your local bridal and wedding jewelry stores will show you the designs they have available for you to choose from. If you want to go with something more traditional, you can select the plain bands which will match yours. Adding a sentimental message will make it unique to you and your partner while keeping things simple and sophisticated.
Having diamonds on your bride’s ring is a great idea, but if you want to add a little extra edge, consider using a different stone. Choose something that will be significant to your bride or to you to add some personal meaning to the ring that only you and your bride know of. For instance, you can choose their birthstones such as aquamarine, sapphire, and amethyst. A gemstone that evokes a special place for the two of you is also a great idea.
Personalized wedding rings are an excellent way to make your bands hold sentimental value. You will both treasure them since they signify something you both love and will want to remember forever.