White Gold Wedding Bands or Yellow Gold?
How do you choose the color that you’d like to symbolize your love? There’s no wrong choice when deciding between white gold wedding bands and yellow gold wedding bands, but it is important to consider your personal taste and the current contents of your jewelry box.
Before you decide if white gold or yellow gold would be better for you, take a look at the jewelry you already own. If your collection includes a lot of one color or the other, a wedding ring in that same color would nicely complement the pieces you have.
Even more important than considering what you already own is considering what you regularly wear. For instance, if you have a large collection of silver and white gold jewelry but wear the few yellow gold pieces that you have more often, a yellow gold wedding band may be the better choice. You may find that the color you like more isn’t necessarily the color that dominates your jewelry box.
What if you can’t decide? Or, what if you want white gold but your husband-to-be or wife-to-be wants yellow gold? Two-tone wedding wedding bands can be a practical and fashionable solution: they allow you to come to a compromise with the one you love, but don’t compromise on style.
Apples of Gold’s collection of two-tone wedding bands includes dozen of designs that are suitable for any taste, from traditional to ultra-modern. Two-tone hammered bands combine white gold and yellow gold in subdued yet refined style. Or, consider a simple, gleaming 14K Two-Tone Gold Wedding Band in the width of your choice.
If two-tone wedding bands with unique designs and an extra touch of symbolism sound appealing, take a look at one of Apples of Gold’s two-tone Celtic wedding rings, which combine time-honored Celtic knot designs—for many, a symbol of eternity—with an extra hit of contrast. The continuous motifs of styles such as the Caedmon Celtic Wedding Band in 14k two-tone gold positively pop from rings that contain them.
It all boils down to your preference. The jewelry you own, especially the pieces you wear the most, plays an important role when you’re trying to decide between white gold and yellow gold wedding bands. A wedding ring is designed to be worn every day for the rest of your life, and it’s well worth it to consider which color you’d like to serve as a symbol of your love and commitment.