When it comes to the wedding of your dreams, most people are focused on the day itself—the beautiful decorations, close family and friends, and exquisite food and drinks. However, you should not underestimate what that day is actually celebrating and commemorating: the union of two people committed to each other for the rest of their lives. With that in mind, it can be a good idea to perhaps save a little money on the day itself and put a bit extra into the cost of the wedding bands. Here are a few reasons why a little more money for your wedding bands can go a long way.
Better Quality Metal
Most wedding bands will be made of a precious metal of some kind, usually gold. It is easy to assume that gold is gold and all rings made out of it are pretty much the same, but this is not the case. The difference in the quality of just a few hundred dollars can mean the gold is a far higher quality and the ring is less likely to show premature signs of aging. After all, this is the ring you want to wear for the next forty, fifty, sixty years plus, and the last thing you want is for it to fall apart and have to get it replaced in half that time.
Wedding bands are not supposed to be as flashy or showy as engagement rings, but that doesn't mean they have to be boring either. Adding personalization to your wedding bands in the form of engraving can make them carry a lot more sentimental value to you and your partner. Whether that be a special quote that means a lot to both of you, the date of your wedding, or something else relevant to you both, a personalized wedding band is not much more expensive than a plain one and it can make a big difference.
You might think that adding diamonds (or other precious gems) might cost too much to even be worth considering on your wedding bands. But actually, many wedding bands these days are coming with stones in the design. They will still be less flashy than your engagement ring, but still elegant. If you know your partner loves gemstones and it would mean a lot to them, then you may want to spend a little more now for an item they will treasure forever.
For more information, contact a jeweler and ask about their options for wedding bands.Share