Category: Wedding Ring Sets
These days, with engagement rings made in all colours and styles, there no longer is one wedding ring to suit all. The good news is, for each engagement ring, no matter how classic or unique, there is at least one wedding ring design that will complement it perfectly.
Deciding on a wedding ring can be a straight forward process for some ladies, often their engagement ring has been designed with the wedding ring in mind and there is one that will complete a perfect set.
When customising a wedding ring there can be many choices to make, from the metal to the diamond shape or colour of gemstone. But one of the final questions our jewellers at Larsen Jewellery will ask you when finalising your wedding ring
First comes the engagement ring, then comes the wedding ring. Then for some (a few years down the track) comes an eternity ring. Many women find the choice of a wedding ring easy, to a certain extent, their engagement ring will dictate the style of wedding ring that will match perfectly.
So far in 2016, wedding bells have been busily ringing in the world of celebrities. With many of these stars wearing dazzling engagement rings, it is no wonder that many celebrities have also opted for diamond set wedding bands to enhance their bling.
The wedding ring has a long history that goes all the way back to the Romans. The first engagement ring, however, is believed to have been the one that was given to Mary of Burgundy from Archduke Maximilian just a few years ago in 1477.
You have your engagement ring, it has been nestled on that finger for some time and now the time has come to pair it with a wedding ring. The questions are; what design? And how will you match your wedding ring to your engagement ring?
One dilemma brides and grooms are often faced with when choosing their wedding bands is whether to choose matching wedding rings or to individually design each ring. There is no right or wrong answer and here at Larsen Jewellery we can assist you in
Fitted wedding rings are a great option for those women who’s engagement ring is designed in a way that does not allow a straight wedding band to sit flush up against their engagement ring. Engagement rings that have a curve or have a setting that si