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What is your Perfect Wedding Ring made from?

Your Guide to a Perfect Wedding Band and Engagement Ring: Know all Pro's and Con's

You said "I do", and it is time to plan your perfect wedding day, the place, dress, and most importantly your wedding band that you are going to wear forever. When it comes to choosing your wedding ring there are so many different aspects to consider starting from the type of metal and stones, your style, personality to practical aspects such as affordability and longevity of ring.

When you are choosing a Wedding band, you should think about your personality. Are you more of traditional person who would prefer a gold ring with diamonds over any types of metal and stones, or are you a type of person who likes to follow new fashion trends, and tend to think that wedding band should look stylish, durable, and not pricy? What are the advantages and disandvantages of different types of metal? I am going to discover all pro's and con's you should be aware of before you are going to purchase a wedding band.

Pro's and Con's of White Gold Wedding Bands and Engagement Rings

Rings made from White Gold are beautiful. They are looking elegant and in harmony with bright shiny diamonds, which add a brilliance and chic to wedding ring. It is easy to make any design on white gold, and to set any kind of stones. The practical advantage of White Gold Wedding bands is that the metal never tarnish, rust, or corrode. Well, white gold wedding bands are actually my favorite. They are so classy and perfect for a choice of wedding band. So, it seems there are no possible disadvantages. Indeed, the cons of getting a white gold wedding band are that they are very fragile and can easily get scratched from wearing it on a daily basis. Also some people are allergic to this type of metal. Thus, if you are allergic to white gold, it is recommended to go with hypoallergenic types of metal. If one of your biggest concerns is the durability of the metal, it is better to consider stronger scratch resistant metal that will last longer.

Pro's and Con's of Yellow and Rose Gold Wedding Bands and Engagement Rings

Yellow Gold is a traditional choice of wedding band and engagement ring, because of its inherent value and long lasting beauty. This type of metal is so popular starting from ancient civilizations such as Ancient Rome and Greece to nowadays. Yellow Gold have been always associated with the royalty and class. It has a warm gold color, and dense. Yellow and Rose gold never tarnish, rust, or corrode. It will not lose its color over time, easy to use for different designs, and surelly it is prized for its inherent value. Gold is a worthy investment, and its price is stable at the time of economic depression. One of the cons of considering yellow gold as a wedding band or engagement ring is that it get scratched easily from wearing it on a daily basis. Also if you are allergic to Yellow gold it is better to go with hypoallergenic type of metal.

What Color Gold is Worth More White, Yellow, or Rose Gold?

All colors of gold have the same value, because the assay or karat is the same. Since White gold, Yellow Gold and Rose Gold have the same content and value, it depends on your personal preferences which color you like the most.

Pro's and Con's of Sterling Silver Engagement Rings and Wedding Bands

Rings made from Sterling Silver have the radiance, natural brilliance, and inner glow. It is a very affordable option for Wedding band and Engagement Rings. It looks as elegant as a White Gold Wedding band with a better price. Unlike gold, silver does not need to be rhodium plated to maintain its white lustrous gleam. Cons of silver rings are its softness and durability. They get scratched, and may tarnish over time. That is why silver rings need to be cleaned regularly in order to maintain its shine and brilliance.

Pro's and Con's of Tungsten Wedding Bands and Engagement Rings

Tungsten Wedding Bands are perfect choice for couples who choose to be less traditional. Tungsten is new stylish and trendy in fashion jewelry. It became so popular due to the metal durability, strength and reasonable price. In comparison, tungsten is 10 times harder than 18k gold and 4 times as hard as titanium. Tungsten Wedding band is your perfect choice because it is beautiful, strong, comfort fit, and hypoallergenic. It is resistant to corrosion, and tarnish, and does not require rhodium plating. Tungsten rings are great to create different modern authentic designs, to set precious stones, and to customize it with the laser engraving. Cons of tungsten rings are that it is scratch resistant, but not scratch proof. It can get damaged if it hit with a heavy object.

Pro's and Con's of Ceramic Wedding Bands and Engagement Rings

Ceramic Wedding Bands and Engagement Rings are extremely scratch resistant, affordable, comfort fit, hypoallergenic, and available in different colors. Cons of Ceramic Wedding bands are that it is not resizable. Althouth it is scratch resistant, but it is not scratch proof, thus can get damaged from breakage.

Pro's and Con's of Cobalt Chrome Wedding Bands and Engagement Rings

Cobalt Chrome is naturally the whitest contemporary metal. It is hard, shatterproof, affordable, comfort fit, and hypoallergenic. Cons: it cannot be sized, and can get scratched from normal wear and tear. Although, it will look new, once polished.

Pro's and Con's of Titanium Wedding Bands and Engagement Rings

Titanium naturally comes in stunning luxurious grey color. It is stronger than steel and lighter than alumnium. Titanium rings are affordable, comfort fit, and hypoallergenic. Cons: it cannot be sized, and may scratch from normal wear, and tear. Although it will look new, once polished.

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