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Tips on Wisely Buying the Perfect Wedding Bands Once you officially enter the world of engagement, the one thing that comes to mind next is the wedding. But planning the wedding is quite a tiresome and could even be overwhelming to you. This is one good reason why it makes a lot of sense to hire a professional wedding planner so that you can focus more on those decisions that only you can make. And while practically everything about the preparation can be delegated to the wedding planner, there are those that require your exclusive attention. One of those decisions that only you can make is choosing the right wedding bands. Well, considering that it is your first time, it could be a pretty bumpy road in terms of figuring out what you really need. Fortunately, we already came up with a list of tips for you to follow. Tip 1 – It’s all about creating a shortlist. Put in mind that because the wedding band is the only jewelry you will be wearing along with your spouse every day, it means you never have room for error in terms of choosing the right type. The thing is it will surely help if you already have a few choices in mind right before you make the actual shopping.
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Tip 2 – Not a lot of couples do it, but we believe it is smarter to buy your ring and bands together.
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Well, this tip won’t work if you either already have your engagement ring or you want it to be a surprise. A good consideration if you wish to wear your wedding band and ring together is a contour or shadow band specifically designed to interlock with the engagement ring. But if you prefer wearing your wedding band exclusively, a more sophisticated style is needed so that it still will look great without the engagement ring. Tip 3 – Determine your budget. It’s safe to assume that at least three percent of your wedding budget is going to go to the purchase of the rings. Know that the real amount of your wedding bands mainly depends on the kind of material composition. While the most popular and traditional variety is gold, it’s actually not the only option. Newer varieties include a platinum band and embellishments such as diamonds and some engraving. Of course, you know for a fact that more embellishments means higher price tags. Lastly, never forget to pick a wedding band that perfectly suits your lifestyle as a married couple. You’ll end up removing it if you choose one that you realize you’re not really comfortable with.