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Tips on Wisely Buying the Perfect Wedding Bands Obviously, once you get engaged to the one person you love, it’s time to think about the wedding next. But the wedding itself is one thing that you need to plan carefully and meticulously. This is why most people would turn to hiring a professional wedding planner to do much of the laborious job. And although a large part of the wedding planning stage can be delegated to the wedding planner, there are aspects of it that only you can decide. One of those decisions that only you can make is choosing the right 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. Fortunately, we already came up with a list of tips for you to follow. 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. It is recommended that you come up with a few choices in your list right before heading out to the store to make the purchase.
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Tip 2 – Although unconventional, it actually is wise to buy your ring and bands together.
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Firstly, this tip isn’t applicable in two scenarios: one is when you already have the engagement ring in your finger and two, if you wish for your engagement ring to be a surprise instead. 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 in case you are wearing your wedding band without the engagement ring, it makes sense to choose a more convoluted style instead because it still will look great even without the other ring. Tip 3 – Set a particular budget. It’s safe to assume that at least three percent of your wedding budget is going to go to the purchase of the rings. Know that the real amount of your wedding bands mainly depends on the kind of material composition. While gold is definitely the most common type, it’s really not the only option you have. If you don’t want gold, a good alternative is platinum band, while you also can opt for embellishments such as engraving and diamonds. Of course, you know for a fact that more embellishments means higher price tags. In the end, you must go ahead and choose a wedding band that will suit your lifestyle as a couple perfectly. You’ll end up removing it if you choose one that you realize you’re not really comfortable with.