Choosing the perfect wedding ring is a seriously big deal and it is very important you buy the one that you will love years to come and something you will want to wear forever. Here are the tips on picking a perfect ring;
Narrow Down your wedding ring choices i.e the type you will be going for. For example diamonds, gemstones, platinum or gold. Narrowing down the ring options may be massive but don’t fear.
Think About Buying the Ring and band together: Knowing what bands go with your engagement ring can help you make a decision, think about how the ring fits together.
Start your Ring Hunt Early: Once you have a basic plan of the kind of ring you would like. Give yourselves like one to two months before the wedding ceremony to the ring shop. You will need this time to window shop, explore prices, revisit the rings that catch your eyes.
Mix It Up: Don’t feel uneasy if your partner likes diamond and you like platinum, you don’t have to choose the same metal or design. You could agree with an embroidered band that combines the metals together.
Set A Budget: Work with the belief that you will spend about 3 percent of your entire wedding budgets on the rings.
Always Keep Your Way Of Living In Mind: Don’t forget you are going to wear this band every day so your target is to pick something that flawlessly becomes a part of your life. For example, if you work with your hands, it is advisable to search for a simple, solid metal ring and avoid gemstones that can come loose which can trap dirt.
You may love the plan of an embroidered rose gold ring, or a diamond eternity band, but once you get to the store, try other rings that are not on your innovation board. You may end up loving something you never thought you would.
Examine The Maintainance: To maintain a wedding band with stones, you will need to wash and soak it in warm lathery, then softly brush it with a soft toothbrush with less pressure then rinse it and dab it dry with a gloopy lint-free cloth.
Check For Quality: Quality control applies to all rings, make sure the ring has two marks inside the band: the manufacturer’s trademark which prove they stand behind their work and the quality mark 24K or PLAT, for example, it proves the quality is what the retailer says it is.