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Gold Wedding Bands for Men

Gold Wedding Bands for Men

Most men are not big jewelry shoppers. If they are, it is often for gifts for their mother, grandmother, girlfriend, or wife. That being said, men usually buy jewelry for a woman and not for themselves. One common exception is the purchase of wedding bands. This all-important ring is one jewelry purchase that men can […]

June 4, 2012 | By More
Heart Shaped Wedding Rings

Heart Shaped Wedding Rings

The wedding ceremony is a public declaration of the love of two hearts. The tradition of exchanging wedding rings is well-celebrated one that brides and grooms look forward to every year. The simple symbol of an unending circle perfectly expresses the commitment of husband and wife to love each other for a lifetime. But choosing […]

June 3, 2012 | By More
Shopping for Wedding Bands Online

Shopping for Wedding Bands Online

There are countless decisions that come with wedding planning: guest list, location, season, food, ceremony, flowers, music, to name a few. This overwhelming overload of planning can make couples dizzy, especially if the planning includes various trips to the caterer, on-site location review, listening to bands, and all the rest of the much-needed in person […]

June 2, 2012 | By More
Pink Gold Wedding Bands

Pink Gold Wedding Bands

Planning a wedding comes with many details about flowers, food, attire, guests and countless other things that need to come together for the bride and groom’s special day. All of these important details, however, pale in comparison to the wedding rings. These very personal symbols of commitment are not just for show—they’re a promise to […]

June 1, 2012 | By More
Titanium Wedding Bands Pros and Cons

Titanium Wedding Bands Pros and Cons

Wedding rings are a precious symbol for brides and grooms. Throughout the years, couples have cherished their wedding bands as a beautiful reminder of their marriage and wedding day. In the past, most wedding rings were made of gold for their precious value, but recently, couples are turning to alternative metals for a more practical […]

May 31, 2012 | By More
Choosing White Gold or Platinum Wedding Bands

Choosing White Gold or Platinum Wedding Bands

The wedding band is an important symbol of marriage that will last longer than the flowers, the cake, and the white dress, so selecting these rings is a careful decision for the bride and groom. Most couples today are choosing wedding bands that reflect their style, which means steering away from the very traditional yellow […]

May 27, 2012 | By More
Anodized Titanium Wedding Bands

Anodized Titanium Wedding Bands

There are many qualities that define a lasting marriage. Strength and fortitude are two qualities that go hand-in-hand for couples because every marriage experiences some trials. But marriage is also about having a strong love for each other from the start. To symbolize this unyielding commitment, brides and grooms exchange wedding rings. As the perfect […]

May 26, 2012 | By More
The Wedding Band

The Wedding Band

The wedding band has a long and storied history. From the sands of ancient Egypt to the shores of a new America, wedding bands have foremost symbolized the unity of a couple across cultures, however, some nuances occur throughout the history of the wedding band. There is no exact date for when wedding bands first […]

May 25, 2012 | By More
Durability of Titanium Wedding Bands

Durability of Titanium Wedding Bands

Wedding season is marked by warm weather, spring flowers, and sunny days, but whatever season you choose to have your wedding, you want wedding bands that are made to last. Recently, couples are branching out from the traditional gold wedding bands and into the realm of bands made from non-traditional metals. Since gold rings can […]

May 23, 2012 | By More
Trinity Celtic Knot Wedding Band

Trinity Celtic Knot Wedding Band

The motif of the Trinity Knot Celtic Wedding Band may be ancient, but it holds great significance for today’s couples. Also known as the Triquetra, the trinity knot has been used in Celtic artwork since at least the seventh century AD. It adorned gospel manuscripts such as the Book of Kells and has been used […]

May 21, 2012 | By More