Picking out wedding bands is often one of the last big to-do's before walking down the aisle. Your engagement ring says yes to getting engaged... your wedding bands say yes to forever.
The wedding band is the perfect opportunity to enhance that beautiful engagement ring and really show off your personal style. Wedding band options are more unique than ever. You are no longer limited to the classic thin, coordinating band. Now you have colors, shapes and multiple bands to consider!
Affinity & Co. Jewelers is proud to offer Huffington Beach-area couples the best in men's and women's wedding bands. We offer many designs of men's wedding bands and women's wedding bands. We feature gold wedding bands, cobalt, palladium, platinum, silver, stainless steel or titanium wedding bands. You can also select from specific designer jewelers or specific wedding collections.
Four Things to Consider When Buying Her Wedding Band
Think about function.
If you are active or like to travel with minimal jewelry, you might like the option of wearing just your wedding band and leaving the engagement ring in the jewelry box. Consider a style that stands on its own so you have options that fit your lifestyle.
Choose your own look.
Do you like the matching look or are you into something that stands on its own apart from your engagement ring? Contrasting engagement rings and wedding bands are on trend and create a look that's all your own. If you love rose or yellow gold but have a white gold engagement ring, you might appreciate the mixed metal look with your wedding band.
Play with numbers.
The only thing better than one stunning wedding band is two! When creating a look that complements your engagement ring, two (or more!) bands might be perfect for you. Try on a pair matching bands stacked on either side of your engagement ring and see what you think!
We love the sparkle of white diamonds, but color is always invited to the party! Your wedding band can express your personal style or other things that are important to you like the birthstone of your partner or the month you will say "I do." The most commonly chosen colored stones in a wedding band are ruby, emerald and sapphire.
Visit our Huntington Beach showroom to view our complete engagement ring selection, or explore a collection online here.
Posted in Blog by: Ashley Stephens
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 11:03:00 AM America/Los_Angeles