How To Pick Wedding Rings

Choosing the wedding ring for one of the most important day in your life can be overwhelming for all parties involved. Since you will be wearing it for the rest of your life (hopefully), you want to make sure it’s the right one. With the right support system and knowledge, picking out a wedding can be a fun experience. Before we begin, make sure you know exactly what your budget is and how much you are willing to stray away from that.

  1. Shape – Many different shapes when it comes to choosing the diamond cut. Few popular ones include:
  • Round brilliant
  • Princess
  • Pear
  • Marquise
  • Heart
  • Cushion
  • Asscher
  • Oval
  • Square
  • Emerald

This is an important first step as it is highly advised to know the cut before anything else.

2. Stone – Because choosing a wedding ring should be a custom design based on your partner’s style, you probably won’t be buying the stone shown on display at the jewelry store. The stones are a huge portion of the total cost so make sure you have options and consult a professional.

3 – Setting – This refers to the metal framework. Where will the stone be mounted? Are you interested with the bezel setting for a classic look or are you going for a prong setting allowing for an oval cut? Research combinations, look a photographs, what might look perfect in your mind might not make sense for the cut, shape, size.