If it's your first time purchasing a women's wedding band, you may have a few questions. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Traditionally, the groom or his family pays for the woman's wedding ring. However, many couples choose alternative ways of purchasing wedding rings — especially if one individual makes significantly more than the other or the pair already shares finances.
Both women and men traditionally wear their wedding ring on their left hand's "ring finger." Women usually wear their rings as they received them, placing the wedding band on top. For a similar traditional look with a slight twist, women can wear their engagement ring on top. Some women choose to wear their rings this way to keep their wedding band closer to them.
You can experiment and wear your engagement ring and wedding band in various ways. Some women prefer to split their rings up, wearing the engagement on their left hand's ring finger and the band on their right hand's ring finger.
You could also wear your engagement ring on your ring finger and then wear your wedding band on whichever finger you think looks best.
We recommend taking off your wedding ring to keep it safe while you sleep. During the night, you could lie in a way that puts pressure on the prongs. When this happens, you could bend them, causing the diamonds to slip out. You could also snag the stone or setting, damaging it and delicate fabrics like satin pajamas or bedsheets.
Here at Koser Jewelers, we have an array of ladies' wedding bands. Whether you choose a classic or modern style, we have the piece that will help you speak without words.
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