Heart Wedding Bands
June 18, 2009 by Yelena Jenkins
The heart is a universal symbol for love, which is precisely why it looks right at home on a wedding band. We love the look of heart wedding bands for two reasons: 1. They remind the wearer that love is an integral part of marriage, and 2. They just look good.
Whether the hearts are a traditional design, are abstract, or come covered in diamonds, we have a lovely selection of wedding bands with hearts for an engaged couple to choose from. Here are some of our favorites:
The great thing about this wedding band is that the hearts are woven together in an abstract way. The result is a romantic band with hearts up close, but a cool abstract design from a distance. This unique band also comes in pure white gold for those who aren’t fans of the two-tone look.
If you love the heart wedding band above, you will adore this 1 carat diamond and heart band engagement ring. The stunning 1 carat diamond center stone is flanked by a white gold band with the same interlocking heart design. It’s ideal for the woman who loves romance with a touch of whimsy, and it comes at an equally lovely price.
This ring has an intricate heart design that is more subtle than overt. Celtic knots are always popular ring designs, and the heart knot is particularly lovely and meaningful for a wedding band. The ring is made of 14K yellow and white gold, but also comes in 18K white gold, in rose gold and in 18K two-tone gold.
Women who prefer to wear a thicker wedding band in lieu of pairing an engagement ring with a small band will love this statement-making heart ring. Covered in tiny blue and white pave diamonds, the ring consists of five hearts nestled between two diamond covered bands.
Right Hand Heart Rings
For girls who love heart designs on their rings but aren’t looking for a wedding band, there are still a plethora of beautiful options to take a look at. Two of our favorites happen to be the heart-shape Australian pearl and diamond ring and the South Sea heart shaped ring. These are powerful enough that they would make stunning alternatives to the traditional engagement ring.
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