Your camouflage bands are the rings you will exchange on the day of your wedding. They represent your everlasting love and are a symbol of your marriage. There are a lot of different styles to choose from, for both men and women. With so much riding on your wedding sets, how do you know how to choose the right ones?
Should the rings match? Yours’s and your partner's rings do not need to match, but many couples choose to have a similar style ring. It makes for beautiful wedding ring photos on your wedding day, but when else will your rings be that close? You will both be wearing these bands for the rest of your life, so make sure your band fit your style.
Another popular trend is engagement ring and camouflage wedding band sets that fit together instead of having two smooth sided rings next to each other. Matching ring and band sets tend to slide on your finger less, which makes them easier to wear You can purchase the set together, or find two rings separately. This is a pretty popular choice, so don't feel like you have to buy a matching set from the same jeweler.
When you are deciding on the metal for your ring, consider what type of jewelry you wear on a regular basis. Do you wear gold or silver most often? If you regularly switch back and forth, consider getting a band with a mix of metals so your jewelry will always match your band.
Traditionally, a wedding band was the simpler half of a wedding set. The engagement ring had a single cut stone and may have additional stones around it, but the wedding band was a simple gold or silver ring. Today, it really common to find jewelry with small stones set in them. The problem with this trend is that the stones tend to fall out, particularly if they go all the way around the band. In the end, this is a personal choice based on your personal style choices.
Engraving is a simple and sweet way to add a personal touch to a wedding band, particularly for men. Men's wedding sets are far more likely to be a simple band and adding a romantic engraving makes it more special. Consider engraving a pet name, your wedding date, or a simple phrase for a special touch. This is a lovely way to make your wedding band truly yours.