Engagement rings and wedding rings. Do they really have to be purchased together? Did your fiance propose and surprise you with a ring? What's the difference between an engagement ring and a wedding ring? So many questions already in the wedding journey. Don’t worry, I have answers for you.
Traditional engagement rings typically have one dominant stone, which either stands alone or is surrounded by smaller stones. An engagement ring is usually given as part of the proposal or, if not, at an early point in the engagement. Engagement rings can also be purchased as a coordinating set.
A wedding ring is traditionally a plain metal band or a diamond-encrusted eternity band that you receive when you exchange your vows during the wedding ceremony.
Please note, the engagement ring, is typically the larger ring and has more total carat weight to the ring in comparison to the wedding ring.
Of course, it's perfectly fine if you'd rather wear one ring to symbolize both your engagement and your (future) married status. Here are a few sensible reasons why some brides opt to wear just one ring:
So the question after learning about engagement rings, do you want to have a matching set, a single ring? Do you want an engagement ring on one hand and the wedding ring on the other hand? Once you have decided on an engagement and/or wedding ring. Next, you need to decide on diamond and/or gemstone, shape, style, quality and type of metal.
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