Your wedding band no longer has to conform to traditional standards. Plain gold bands were all the rage when your parents tied the knot, but modern couples have so many more options from which to choose. And since there’s no written or unwritten laws against sparkle, why not encircle her delicate finger in equally petite diamonds?
The art-deco appearance of the baguette diamond makes a powerful statement when encapsulated in our channel setting. Baguette diamonds hark back to the roaring 20s, when they were at the zenith of their popularity. A baguette band creates a vintage-inspired neutral background to showcase a more intricate style of engagement ring.
Nearly every bride loves the look of fine pave diamonds. Pave bands are created to maximize the sparkle factor — small, brilliant diamonds set close together with little metal showing in between. Pave bands catch and reflect the light from a multitude of angles, yet they’re basic enough to pair well with nearly any style of engagement ring. If she loves to shine, consider the allure of a pave diamond wedding band.
When a straight band does not fit flush under the engagement ring because of the way it was designed, a curve band may be used instead. The curved wedding band acts as a wrap to nestle the matching stone of the engagement ring. Curved diamond bands add thickness and depth to any wedding set.
Have the perfect wedding band in mind when you begin shopping for this most important symbol of unification, and don’t be afraid to take chances and go bold in lieu of traditional. The contemporary bride has little in common with the bride of yesteryear, why should her wedding band be any different?