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Matching Wedding Rings for the Bride and Groom

  |   By Jaimie Goldstein

With so many styles of wedding rings out in the market, it’s easy to see how couples can get overwhelmed with choosing the perfect bands. After all, these wedding rings are accessories that you’ll carry beyond the actual big day. Wearing matching wedding bands is not only a wonderful way to show off your compatibility, but it also speaks volumes of your style as a couple. If you’re more of a diamonds and sparkle girl and your groom is more into classic, traditional bands, consider placing the sparkle in the engagement ring and choosing wedding rings that complement each other so that you can maintain a cohesive look. When looking for matching wedding bands you need to ask yourself if the band balances out with your engagement ring   (i.e. if your engagement ring is yellow gold, picking a band with a hint of yellow gold would be ideal). You should both love the rings you pick and even though wedding rings should reflect each other, they can certainly have small differences. Your own ring can have diamonds around the band, while your groom’s can remain a little simpler–sans diamonds. If you’re sporting a lavish pave engagement ring with diamonds surrounding the center stone, perhaps try pairing it with a simple yet classic platinum band–which will accentuate the engagement ring and still look elegant.

To give you some visual eye candy, take a look at these ‘his and hers’ matching wedding rings to gain some inspiration.

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This article was originally published on Oct 18, 2012
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