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FAQs about Women's Wedding Rings
Couple's ring sets—which include wedding rings for both partners—cost anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. The price depends on which type of precious metal is used and whether the bands include diamonds. Wedding ring sets are also commonly chosen to match the bride's engagement ring. Diamond engagement rings, for example, are often paired with diamond wedding rings.
There's no set price for how much to spend on women's wedding rings. Stunning women's diamond wedding bands and metal wedding bands are available at a range of prices—you just need to budget for your preferred design. Women's diamond wedding rings in a platinum setting, for example, cost more than classic gold wedding rings.
Married women traditionally wear their wedding rings on the ring finger (the finger beside the pinky) of the left hand. This tradition stems from a romantic ancient Greek belief that the left ring finger is most closely connected to the heart.
Many married women opt to wear both their wedding band and engagement ring on their left hand ring finger, which is why engagement and wedding ring sets are so popular. If you enjoy wearing rings, there's no need to limit yourself to just those two. It is not uncommon for women to nestle a third special ring—like an anniversary present—above their engagement and wedding rings. We offer a wide array of fashion rings as well, including many options that stack exquisitely with women's diamond wedding rings and engagement rings for a stylish look.
After the wedding, women traditionally put their wedding band on first followed by their engagement ring. This means that the wedding ring is worn on the inside. Today, many women choose to wear their rings in whichever order they prefer and often add additional rings such as anniversary bands or ring guards into their wedding stack.
Platinum, rose gold, white gold and yellow gold are the most common metals for women’s wedding bands. The gold bands are available in 14k or 18k.
Wedding rings for women are available in a variety of styles and metals. Popular styles include micropavé, eternity, pavé, gemstone, cluster and curved rings.
Wedding ring sets for women are most often made with the same metals and karat value. If you choose to mix metals for a wedding ring set, make sure to choose similar metals to avoid unnecessary wear. For example, if the engagement ring is in 14k gold, the women’s wedding band should also be 14k gold though the gold colors may be different.
Many women’s wedding ring sets can be soldered together. If you are curious about whether you should solder your wedding set together, make a pros and cons list to confirm that this is the right decision for you. If you prefer the flexibility of wearing each ring individually on occasion, then you should not solder your wedding set.