18ct gold diamond wishbone shaped ladies wedding ring

Diamond daisy cluster engagement ring with and without matching wedding ring

The first thing to think about when choosing your wedding ring is the shape of your engagement ring. To prevent the rings rubbing together and causing wear some engagement rings need a shaped wedding ring, as in the example pictured above.

Solitaire diamond engagement ring with plain gold wedding ring and with diamond wedding ring

Do you want diamonds or would you rather keep it plain and simple?

To help make the decision, ask yourself how hard wearing do you want the ring to be? Small diamonds in wedding bands need TLC whereas a plain wedding ring will stand up to a lot more wear and tear. Can you wear your diamond wedding ring to work? Some professions can't wear any stone set jewellery so maybe a plain wedding band is a better option for you. 

White gold and diamond wedding and eternity rings with solitaire diamond engagement ring

Do you intend to add an eternity ring in the future?

A plain band is a good option if you are thinking of adding an eternity ring to the same hand but some engagement rings will suit a diamond band on either side.

Would you like something completely unique and ornate? 

Talk to us about having a bespoke ring made to go alongside your ring. We draw up the design on CAD so that you can see what the ring will look like. We can also laser scan your own engagement ring so that you can see what they will look like together.

CAD drawing of a bespoke wedding ring

Finally, we recommend you order your wedding rings as soon as possible this gives you time to get the perfect fit but also the price of precious metals is constantly rising so save money by ordering early.

We would love to welcome you to either our Kilkenny or Dublin Showrooms to go through our full collection of wedding rings. Book an appointment here.

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