Gold wedding rings

When plan­ning a wed­ding, brides pay a lot of atten­tion to their image on a gala day, but choos­ing a ring is an even more painstak­ing and excit­ing process. In the jew­el­ry salon, your eyes just run up, because all the gold wed­ding rings are beau­ti­ful and you want to try on each one.

What kind of rings do you need for a wedding?

When you first enter a jew­el­ry store, walk around and take a good look at the range of jew­el­ry brands avail­able. But you don’t need to buy any­thing right away. Return home and dis­cuss with your loved one what is right for you. You will almost cer­tain­ly dis­agree, because the female and male approach­es to this pur­chase are dif­fer­ent. To avoid unpleas­ant dis­putes, the deci­sion should be made “on a cold head” and care­ful­ly weigh every­thing.

  1. First of all, decide on the met­al from which your jew­el­ry will be made. Wed­ding rings should please both of you. If you have cho­sen dif­fer­ent col­ors (one of you likes white gold, the oth­er yel­low), try to find a com­pro­mise. It is quite accept­able to choose a com­bined mod­el.
  2. Don’t for­get to spend mon­ey wise­ly. Of course, you buy rings once and for all your life, but there should be a rea­son­able approach here too. If you want to make a tra­di­tion­al Russ­ian wed­ding, then you should choose the right wed­ding rings. The sim­pler the design, the more mon­ey you can save. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, even the most per­fect wed­ding and a gor­geous ring does not guar­an­tee you a hap­py fam­i­ly life. Remem­ber that this is a sym­bol of love and fideli­ty, and not a rea­son to brag to your friends.
  3. Nev­er put every­thing off until the last minute. When you start plan­ning a cel­e­bra­tion, look­ing for a dress, there may not be time left to select rings for a wed­ding. If you want to make unique jew­el­ry, then you need to take care of this a month or two before the solemn day.
  4. Dec­o­ra­tion should be prac­ti­cal. It is clear that you want to sur­prise oth­ers with your choice and wear some­thing spe­cial. But the “sym­bol of love” will have to be worn dai­ly, so it should be com­fort­able and match your style in every­day life.
  5. A gold ring for a wed­ding always has accom­pa­ny­ing doc­u­ments. Pay atten­tion to the label­ing, the pres­ence of the brand of the man­u­fac­tur­er, spon­sor­ship sym­bols and sam­ples. Make a pur­chase only in a good salon with a proven rep­u­ta­tion.
See also
Wedding signs and superstitions

Russian wedding rings

Tra­di­tion­al­ly, a wed­ding ring for a wed­ding is made of yel­low gold in the form of a strip about 3 mm wide. How­ev­er, tra­di­tions do not deprive you of the oppor­tu­ni­ty to choose more orig­i­nal wed­ding rings and show your imag­i­na­tion. You can pick up gold wed­ding rings of var­i­ous designs and any price cat­e­go­ry:

  • inex­pen­sive jew­el­ry is made in a tra­di­tion­al design with a width of about 2.5 mm, they can be slight­ly dec­o­rat­ed with engrav­ing or enam­el orna­ments;
  • rings for the mid­dle class have a weight of about 5–6 grams, if you pay a lit­tle extra to the jew­el­er, he will make a design that is unique to you;
  • a more chic option — rings with dia­monds, a scat­ter­ing of small stones or one neat peb­ble looks very nice;
  • white wed­ding rings are also very pop­u­lar among new­ly­weds, they are made of sil­ver, white gold or plat­inum;
  • the most expen­sive and chic choice is design­er jew­el­ry, they are of two types: in the style of min­i­mal­ism with very neat and con­cise dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments, and the lat­ter, on the con­trary, are very bright and eye-catch­ing.

What rings are need­ed for the wed­ding, the new­ly­weds decide, because advice or crit­i­cism is inap­pro­pri­ate here. The main thing is that these dec­o­ra­tions real­ly ful­fill their func­tions and con­stant­ly remind their own­ers of the oath of fideli­ty and love.