Narrow down wedding ring possibilities with these top 10 bands that offer stunning jewellery options for each and every couple’s style
Not every bride and groom desire sleek, simple wedding bands. Some spend months searching stores for jewellery that represents their personality. With so many rings on the market to choose from, Bride has collated a top 10 for bride and grooms to be, no matter their style. From sparkly and simple to edgy and ethical find them all here.
1. Beach loving couples
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Take your love of the seaside to another level with these rings featuring a continuous chain of pebbles. Inspired by sea stones on Skaill beach on Orkney, this polished ring can be stacked and is created in yellow, rose gold and silver, with a thinner option available.
2. The simply stylish couple
These flat platinum court rings sit perfectly with larger engagement rings. Available in 2mm through to 6mm for a chunky bulk-free feel. Ethical jeweller Ingle and Rhode, based in Marylebone, London, sources gold and platinum from Fair-trade and recycled sources.
3. The traditionalists
Suited to most skin tones, rose gold is the metallic shade of the moment. Ideal for traditionalists who don’t want fancy adornments, the most striking feature of these D-shaped wedding rings is the unusual colour.
4. The edgy duo
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This pair of solid gold wedding rings is available in a range of colours (white, yellow and rose gold) and can be engraved with up to 20 characters. The made-to-order bands can be designed in a finish of your choice – from hammered, to matt, brushed or polished. We love the hammered effect for couples hunting for a unique edge to their wedding jewellery.
5. The designer couple
For the pair who are never without their designer threads, try these options.
For her: This Monique Lhuillier platinum eternity style ring with three rows of pavé-set diamonds is a gorgeous choice.
For him: A Cartier design, this D’amour platinum band is subtly stylish.
6. The glam couple
If understated isn’t your thing, this unisex pink gold downright glamorous Quatre Classique wedding band could be for you. Set with 33 diamonds and brown PVD – a process used to black-coat jewellery – it features a mirror polish. American actress Joan Crawford was a client of Maison Boucheron and wore jewellery from the brand on stage. Also available in white gold and black PVD for rock ’n’roll edginess.
7. Bohemian couples
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Unusually matt with a beaten texture, these 3mm organic halo rings are non-traditional and simply stylish for couples with a no-fuss approach. They come in 9ct (or 18ct upon request) white, yellow or red gold and are handcrafted.
8. The Romantics
Delicate and romantic this diamond-encrusted Love Is In The Air wedding ring from Stone Paris says it all with its name. Available in white gold, pink gold and black gold.
9. The subtle sparkle couple
This modern twist ring is ideal to accompany rings with round-cut solitaire diamonds or six claw engagement rings. The groom’s option features polished curves and fine milgrain lines for subtle detailing. Made in Great Britain.
Groom: from £275
Bride: from £541
10. The diamond lovers
For him: The 6mm wide Lucida band ring from Tiffany and Co. is a simple setting perfect for stylish grooms who like an added touch of sparkle, without being too glitzy.
For her: From the Etoile collection, this platinum band ring features 10 round diamonds, 23 carat total weight and will suit diamond lovers looking for a contemporary wedding band.
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