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The Ultimate Guide to the Top Trending Wedding Bands of 2024: Because Love Isn't Canceled

Hey there, lovebirds and ring aficionados! Welcome to the only guide you'll need in your journey to find the perfect wedding bands for 2024. Because let’s face it, in a world where you can match with your soulmate by swiping right, finding the ultimate symbol of your love should be just as epic (and a tad less awkward than your first DM).

This year, we're seeing trends that are all about expressing your unique love story, sustainability (because Mother Earth is the ultimate matchmaker), and designs that make your grandparents' wedding bands look like relics from a bygone era (sorry, Grandma!).

So, buckle up as we dive into the top trending wedding bands that are sure to make your heart skip a beat (or at least make your Instagram followers green with envy).

1. The Return of the Classics - With a Twist

Think timeless, but make it 2024. The classic gold band is getting a facelift with unique textures, mixed metals, and unexpected designs. It’s like the band went on a gap year, discovered itself, and came back ready to commit.

2. Eco-Friendly Elegance

Sustainability is the new sexy. Bands crafted from recycled metals and ethically sourced gems are not just beautiful; they’re a love letter to the planet. Perfect for couples who want their love to save the world, one recycled ring at a time.

3. Bold and Beautiful

For those who live by the motto "go big or go home," statement bands are in. Think thick bands, bold colors, and designs that scream 'we’re in love, and we want the aliens to see it from space.

4. Personalized Perfection

Engravings have always been popular, but 2024 takes personalization to new heights. From your fingerprint to sound waves saying "I do," these bands are as unique as your Netflix recommendations.

 

5. Tech-Infused Tokens

Welcome to the future, where even your wedding band can be smart. From bands that vibrate on your anniversary to those that track your partner's location (kidding, or are we?), tech-infused rings are for the couple who loves gadgets almost as much as they love each other.

Feeling inspired or overwhelmed by the choices? Don’t fret! Our team is here to guide you through the process of selecting a wedding band that’s as unique as your TikTokalgorithm.

Ready to find the ring that makes your heart sing? Let’s make it official (well, the ring part at least). Click, tap, or use your best carrier pigeon to make an appointment with us. We promise to make shopping for your wedding bands as fun as creating a viral dance challenge.

Remember, in the world of love and rings, you’re the main character. Let’s make your wedding band story one for the history books (or at least, your future TikToks).

Don't wait for a leap year to make the leap; book your appointment today and let's find the ring that'll make your heart do the 'Renegade.

Top 5 Wedding Ring Trends for 2022

WEDDING RING TRENDS

Timeless doesn't have to be boring. Be inspired by the new trends and emerging designs can ensure that your ring will be something that’s on-trend now, but that you’ll love forever. Your engagement ring and wedding band should represent your personal style and your unique relationship.  Here are the 2022 trends on how the wedding and jewelry industry is embracing new and modern designs while remaining classic and everlasting.  

 

BOLD & EDGY

Bold & Edgy
Why settle for less when you could make a statement? Bold settings with edgy details are the must-watch trends for this year.  Wedding rings are fearless representations of love, commitment, and style for you and your partner. Hammered gold, spike detailing, and a mix of delicately set diamonds, these pieces are sure to be unique and eye-catching.

 

CONTOURED STACKS

Contoured Stacks
Change the look of a ring without changing a thing. When layered together, your rings can create a personalized story that can be added to over the years while celebrating your many anniversaries and marriage milestones. Discover what contoured stacks, curved rings or enhancers are all about!

 

DIAMOND DETAILS

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. This timeless pairing is sure to draw attention to your ring stack and will be the perfect accessory to any engagement ring. Choose from any diamond shape to enhance your engagement ring. 

 

COLORFUL STONES

Colorful Stones
Say "yes" to a colorful wedding band!  Whether your engagement ring is a classic diamond or a boldly colored gemstone, it can be perfectly paired with a vibrant wedding band to match your personal style.  Gemstone bands effortlessly provide a touch of color and intrigue to your engagement ring.

 

TOI ET MOI

Toi Et Moi
A Toi et Moi ring is a bypass ring—a ring that coils around the finger—with two complementary gemstones. In French, "toi et moi" means "you and me." 
This type of ring is a stunning representation of  a design that ties souls together.  Your wedding band and engagement ring should feel just as right together as you and your partner when you finally say, “I Do”.

 

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Birth Month Stackable Bands

Are you looking for more color with different gemstones, or even an unusual eternity band. 

Right now it's trending towards using gemstones for a wedding or anniverary band. You get a major lux look that's totally unique and versatile enough to build a power ring stack, without the big price of diamonds. Shop Arthur's Stackable Rings

Birthstone Wedding and Anniversary Bands:  Stackable Rings

Tacori Rainbow Rings

  • January– Garnet

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  • February– Amethyst

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  • March– Aquamarine, Bloodstone

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  • April– Diamond

April is Diamond Month

  • May– Emerald

  • June– Pearl, Moonstone, Alexandrite

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  • July– Ruby

  Ruby and Diamond Tacori Eternity Bands

  • August– Peridot, Spinel

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  • September– Sapphire

September Sapphire Birthstone Band

  • October– Opal, Pink Tourmaline

 Pink Tourmaline

  • November– Topaz, Citrine

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  • December– Turquoise, Zircon, Tanzanite, Blue Topaz

 

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Tacori Rainbow Stackable Rings

 

 

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Wedding Rings - Metal Guide

Finding the ring metal for your wedding rings is very important. Use our guide to metals to help you choose the right metal for you. Compare precious metals to alternative metals before buying.

Many of our wedding bands are available in 15 different metal types: 14k or 18k white, rose or yellow gold, palladium, platinum, cobalt, Damascus steel, Elysium, hardwood, meteorite, mokume gane, sterling silver, tungsten carbide, titanium, and zirconium.

  

Men's Wedding Ring - Metal Guide

White Gold Wedding Band White GoldDetails: White gold is an alloy of gold mixed with some white metals such as silver, palladium or nickel. It’s silvery white character makes it an appealing metal to use in jewelry. Often, white gold is plated with Rhodium to make the white gold look even more white.Shop Bands
Rose GoldDetails: The beautiful pink hue of rose gold jewelry is created by using copper in the alloy. It offers a modern twist on a classic material. Rose gold will not fade or change in color over time.Shop Bands
Yellow Gold Wedding BandYellow GoldDetails: Yellow gold has a natural warm color and high resistance to rust, tarnish and corrosion. It is a very strong metal, but still soft enough to be worked into interesting shapes.Shop Bands
Palladium BandPalladiumDetails: Palladium is a silver-white metal from the platinum group that will not tarnish in the air and remains forever white. It is one of the rarest and scarce metals in the world. Palladium is hypoallergenic—it is nickel free and contains no skin irritants. Palladium rings are 95% pure. They are very durable and will last for a lifetime.Shop Bands
Platinum Wedding BandPlatinumDetails: Our most popular choice for wedding and engagement rings due to its hardness, rarity and naturally white sheen that will never fade or change color.Shop Bands
Cobalt Wedding RingCobaltDetails: Cobalt Chrome is an alloy, made up of a mixture of Chromium, Cobalt and a few other metals. Cobalt Chrome is a bright white metal with a brilliant luster. The metal has the heft of gold and the look of rhodium-plated platinum while being many times harder and more durable than both.Shop Bands
Damascus Steel RingDamascus SteelDetails: These rings are made by hand, mimicking ancient metalsmithing techniques originally used to make samurai swords. No two designs look exactly alike. These rings contain Stainless steel which contains nickel and is not a good choice for those with a nickel allergy.Shop Bands
 Elysium Wedding RingElysiumDetails: Elysium rings are a solid diamond. Diamond is the hardest material on earth and cannot be scratched, except by another diamond. Elysium rings can be broken off for emergency removal, it is possible for the ring to break if abused. These rings will break when dropped at heights of 16 feet.Shop Bands
 Hardwood Wedding RingsHardwood Details: Hardwood rings feature real, exotic hardwood. Our hardwood comes only through reputable channels to support the sustainability of hardwoods and to avoid the illegal exporting of protected species. The wood species represent 13 of the most beautiful, rare and exotic hardwoods available in the world, all coming from a variety of countries and representing nearly every major region of the world.Shop Bands
 MeteoriteMeteoriteDetails: Gibeon Meteorite was formed in space 4 billion years ago. It is only found in Namibia, Africa, and the government has banned the export of Gibeon Meteorite which means it is increasing in value and limited supply.Shop Bands
 Mokume Gane RingMokume GaneDetails: Mokume is made by forging together different precious metal layers, then twisting and hand working the metal into stunning patterns. Each ring is truly one of a kind.Shop Bands
 Tungsten and Ceramic RingTungsten Carbide and CeramicDetails: Tungsten Carbide is a chemical compound containing tungsten and carbon, similar to titanium carbide and has extreme hardness. Tungsten carbide is also used as a scratch-resistant material for jewelry including watch bands and wedding rings. Tungsten rings will break when dropped from 8 feet high.Shop Bands
Sterling Silver RingSterling SilverDetails: Silver will tarnish and lose its bright shiny color easily. Jewelers will not use Silver since it is less expensive because of its flaws.Shop Bands
Zirconium Wedding RingZirconiumDetails: Zirconium is an element on the periodic table. It has incredible chemical resistance and does not readily react with solvents, acids, bases or other common chemicals. Such unique characteristics make Zirconium a great material to use in exotic applications. Zirconium is an ideal choice for customization in a modern, black ring.Shop Bands
 Titanium Wedding RingsTitaniumDetails: Titanium is a light grey metal with great durability and strength. The metal will scuff and show wear over time. These rings cannot be cut off your finger in an emergency. Shop Bands

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Stacked Wedding Bands

Today we’re sharing five modern ring pairings we love—from clashing metal colors to unique shapes—using stunning options from California-based jeweler Tacori.

Multiple Bands

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In the spirit of breaking rules, why not stack three (or more!) bands together? Whether you simply can’t decide on just one wedding band or you want to give that family heirloom an updated...

In the spirit of breaking rules, why not stack three (or more!) bands together? Whether you simply can’t decide on just one wedding band or you want to give that family heirloom an updated twist, mixing and matching multiple bands create a chic modern look. This rose gold set is especially enviable if we do say so ourselves.

 

Twins for the Win

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double band gold rings

Speaking of stacking multiple bands, another fashion-girl way to achieve the look is to layer two of the same wedding bands with your engagement ring. Stack the twin styles together to create a thicker-looking band, or sandwich your engagement ring in between, as demonstrated with these simple gold finds. Either way, with more bling involved, you really can't go wrong.

 

Interesting Shapes


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Modern brides are on the lookout for a truly unique ring style. One of our favorite ways to stand out from the crowd is stacking rings together with interesting diamond cuts that are both elegant...

Modern brides are on the lookout for a truly unique ring style. One of our favorite ways to stand out from the crowd is stacking rings together with interesting diamond cuts that are both elegant and unexpected. Tacori makes it easy with ring options featuring pear-, marquise-, and oval-shaped diamonds turned on their sides for a spin on the classic elongated look.

 

Mixed Metals


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As far as we’re concerned, clashing metals hasn’t been a faux pas in at least a decade, and complementary designs that mix metal colors are a great option for a creative engagement and...

As far as we’re concerned, clashing metals hasn’t been a faux pas in at least a decade, and complementary designs that mix metal colors are a great option for a creative engagement and wedding ring pairing. Just make sure to pick different colors of the same material—like rose gold, white gold, and yellow gold—because non-alike metals will scratch when stacked together. The best part about this look is that any other day-to-day jewelry you wear will effortlessly tie in with your rings.

 

Coordinated Cuts


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If you have classic taste but still want something a little less obvious, the answer lies in the diamond cut. Once you select the cut of the center stone (like this stunning emerald shape) for...

If you have a classic taste but still want something a little less obvious, the answer lies in the diamond cut. Once you select the cut of the center stone (like this stunning emerald shape) for your engagement ring, use the same one for the diamonds around your wedding band. This polished look is elegant and timeless—a match made in ring-stacking heaven.

original article was taken from whowhatwear.com

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Top 10 Wedding Band Trends
Here are the Top Wedding Band Trends. Wedding bands should complement the engagement ring on the bride's hand or stand out on the groom’s. Whether you’re looking for a band that is simple and elegant or sparkling and extravagant, you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for at Arthur's Jewelers.

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