Here are the Top Wedding Band Trends for 2017. 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.
Today, rose gold is beloved by brides-to-be. Those who adore this warm and romantic look believe it reflects their rosy outlook on their future together.
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We believe that a love as strong as yours deserves the strongest metal. Here's why we think everything looks better in platinum. To start, Platinum's naturally white color won't fade or change color over time; this means, no maintenance is required to maintain a white hue over the lifetime of the ring. You have many choices when selecting your wedding bands, and your decision about which metal to wear is one of the most important.
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Diamond rings that surround the finger are known as eternity bands and express boundless fidelity. The diamond eternity bands are showing up in many fancy diamond shapes. A growing trend is to wear these bands on your right hand and your engagement ring on your left. These wedding rings also make amazing wedding gifts, anniversary gifts, and push presents because of their bold and sparkly look.
The Mark Silverstein Imagines wedding bands have pave-set diamonds in a simple setting which makes them feel perfectly dainty and feminine. If you like a bigger look, the stackable trend is still hot and it's totally customizable; so pile on as many bands as you want to represent different milestones.
Couples are craving beautiful little touches that will set a wedding ring apart. Think delicate beads on the profile or sparkling little diamonds tucked into the side view of a ring, or little pops of color with rose gold.
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Chris Ploof specializes in handcrafting luxurious alternatives to traditional bands. Chris Ploof forges meteorite iron with exquisite attention to its longevity, strength, and beauty of ancient sword making secrets into wearable wedding bands. Luscious color combinations of rose gold, yellow gold, and platinum are famously fused into their Mokume Gane wedding rings.
Elysium rings are solid black diamond through and through. The entire ring is made of diamond. It's over 20 carats of diamond on your wedding finger. Your Elysium ring will last forever, and it will always maintain it's original color and shine. The only thing that can scratch it is another diamond.
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A subdued matte finish is most popular at the moment; however, this treatment will require maintenance as scratches can quickly mark a matte finish.
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White tungsten is the ideal choice for men and women who prefer their wedding bands to have the same white metal color as platinum or white gold while keeping the durability associated with tungsten wedding bands.
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Diamond wedding rings have gone from unusual to totally acceptable; they add subtle sparkle and sophistication. Some couples are opting for a wedding band that coordinates with her diamond wedding set. This Tacori men's wedding band incorporates the crescent silhouettes that would match any Tacori engagement ring and band. Some popular men's diamond rings have channel-set round diamonds or princess-cut diamonds. Fancy color diamonds have also been really popular such as black, champagne or fancy yellow diamonds.