Finding the right match for your engagement rings is a mixture of practicality and style. There are a lot of choices when it comes to wedding rings, and if you are going to wear these clothes for the rest of your life, you should choose them and consider them carefully.
If your partner surprised you with an engagement rings, you will be surprised at the complexity of the process. Finding the right ring size, thickness and type of metal are all factors that explain why your engagement is doing well. While most of the ring issues have already been resolved (we often consider this to be one of the hardest things to do, especially in secret), you’ll still need to find the right details to get the perfect match.
While you can often use the same ring size, you will need to check how your engagement ring currently fits. An interesting fact is that sometimes your ring size can change subtly over the course of the year, depending on factors like temperature etc. If you notice that your engagement ring is a bit narrower or looser than it used to be, then you need to go there for a resize and make sure your wedding ring is also fitted to the corresponding size. .
When it comes to the types of metals, you will need to consider the karat purity of your metal, as there is often a subtle difference between 18k yellow gold and 9k yellow gold, for example. Typically, 9k variants tend to have a duller, softer look that would stand out if you were sitting next to an 18k ring.
Classic Solitaire Engagement Rings :
Classic solitaire is one of the most popular types of engagement rings. It is designed to accentuate the center of the diamond as much as possible. For this reason, we recommend that you buy a simple, smooth ring that sits well on the diamond, giving it a prominent place. This adds a nice layer of metal to the overall look and keeps the overall feeling clean and minimalist.
Engagement Ring / Side Stones :
As an object of pure glitter, the use of side pavers or a halo pattern instantly adds a textural feel to the whole hand. Since these engagement rings contain much smaller diamonds, a full circle ring lines up nicely with these designs, complementing them even further and giving a really nice sparkle. You can match the carat weight of the smaller side stones to the exact carat weight of your new wedding ring to ensure you get the exact result you need. While full-turn rings are not traditional wedding rings, they certainly suit more expensive tastes.
Closed Engagement Rings :
The layer of metal surrounding a diamond in this particular setting is also referred to as a “bezel set,” which is extremely useful in protecting the diamond. Unlike the prong mount, where the center diamond is clamped firmly between four and six prongs, the clos has a much more rounded appearance. A wedding ring that similarly contains a small diamond set in metal is very pretty.
Unique Shape Engagement Rings :
In case your engagement ring features a unique shape, in that your center diamond protrudes at a particular angle, then you would need a contoured wedding ring that will wrap around that particular shape. This type of step will require much more detailed advice, but you’ll also need to identify where your engagement ring is and then find the exact curve that will fit well there.
Bridal Sets (or matching sets) :
If the search for an exact match doesn’t go as planned, you may want to consider treating yourself to a full upgrade with a bridal ensemble. With a perfectly suitable engagement ring and engagement ring, you can perform two tasks at the same time and experience the joy of buying a new ring. If your partner has had a lot of trouble purchasing your current engagement ring (probably), you can at least experience it from their perspective. A beautiful bridal ensemble means you can stylistically pair the two rings together without worrying.