It used to be that the only point of concern for a man’s wedding ring was what measurement it should be. A thin diamond wedding ring of yellow gold was all that was needed in the eyes of most men. Today most men are not reluctant to invest a bit more time, though, and cash into a beautiful jewellery that should be gracing their finger for years to come. Following are five vital tips to keep in mind when choosing a man’s wedding ring that will make the process of selection as simple as possible.
Women may be the fairer sex and the more practical one also; however when it comes to anything related to the wedding; they tend to lose this practicality. And that's Ok!! But therefore, before deciding which ring to purchase, decide how much you are ready to spend on it and stick to it. If your fiancé asks you to spend more money, tell her that you are saving for other wedding associated matters.
To Match or Not to Match?
Some couples like to have his and hers matching wedding rings. If that is what floats your boat, then fine, go for it. Before you conclude that this is the way to go through, just be sure you know that it will greatly limit the selection of rings on offer. Consequently, if you decide to go down this path, it is perhaps better to get a matching metal, stone, or feature than an actual “match.”
Durable and Comfortable
Not meaning to generalise, but as a general rule, a man’s wedding ring will take more of a beating than a woman’s ring, especially if you are involved in a more blue-collar profession. Be aware of this fact while looking for a wedding ring so that it doesn’t have pointy parts. Also, make sure it is quite comfortable and fits well because if you are always taking it off while doing things, chances are it will get lost.
Just as you are reading this blog to get a basic idea as to what to keep in mind when purchasing a wedding ring, do your research. Use the Internet for the research before buying the ring, whether it be an online or direct shop purchase. There is loads of relative information out there; you just have to look for it.
ReputationDon’t buy your ring from just any jeweller. Even if you find the same designer ring for different prices at different jewellers, you may not be comparing apples to apples. Check out their return policy, warranties, and market reputation before deciding which ring is 'more affordable.'