Your engagement ring isn't the only special piece of jewelry you'll be wearing on your wedding day—your wedding band, too, should be as unique and special as your engagement ring! After all, while the engagement ringrepresents a promise, the wedding ring seals the deal. Long gone are the days of sleek and simple gold and platinum bands; now, there are plenty of ways to make your mark with your bridal band.
Aside from the bevy of metal options—yellow and rose-gold have fast-gained popularity, and two-tone bands are becoming all the rage too—jewelers are crafting new ways to make your wedding jewelry feel one-of-a-kind. One way to make your wedding ring stand out? Find a band that plays with shape. Whether it's the diamond-studded geometric miligrain sparklers or a gold leaf petal-shaped band, there are plenty of ways to toy around with tradition. Rings with uneven cutouts, abstract twirls, and even a curve that wraps around your engagement ring'scenter stone makes picking out your wedding ring just as fun (if not more fun) than getting your engagement ring.
Gemstones, too, play a major part, with sapphires and rubies intermingling with diamonds to make a mosaic-like effect. And if you're not keen on having any stones in your wedding ring, there are still plenty of hammered and etched metal rings to make you happy.