A 10-Point Plan for Weddings (Without Being Overwhelmed)

Guide to Wedding Bands Shopping Once you officially enter the world of engagement, the one thing that comes to mind next is the wedding. But the wedding itself is one thing that you need to plan carefully and meticulously. 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. Yes, it is true that the wedding planner can decide on things for the most part, but there are those that need your personal decision. One of the things that only you can decide on is choosing the wedding bands. And since it’s your first time, you might also be clueless as to the options you have and the things to consider. Good news though is that we already compiled a list of the things you should keep in mind. Tip 1 – Begin with narrowing down your choices. Keep in mind that the wedding band is the only jewelry both of you will be wearing every day after the consummation of marriage and this means you can’t mess it up in terms of choosing the ideal 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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First things first, this tip is not applicable if you happen to have your engagement ring already or if you prefer 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 are expecting to wear your wedding band alone, a more intricate style is the more practical choice because it can look beautiful even without the engagement ring. Tip 3 – Set a particular budget. In most instances, about three or four percent of your wedding budget will be set aside for the rings. The actual amount you’re setting for your wedding bands primarily depend on the material. The most common is gold, but it’s not the only option, too. 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. Finally, always choose a wedding band that will suit the kind of lifestyle you choose to live. You’ll end up removing it if you choose one that you realize you’re not really comfortable with.