Planning a wedding can be pretty stressful. Between choosing the perfect dress, narrowing down a guestlist, and keeping your sense of sanity in check, it can all feel quite overwhelming. The last thing you need to be worrying about is pairing your eternity band with your engagement ring, but FEAR NOT! We’ve got you covered…
When you’re on the hunt for the perfect wedding ring/eternity band, it’s a good idea to start with a vision. Nailing down your style, preferences, and budget is a great way to start. Be it sleek and minimalistic or extra and edgy, it all boils down to what embodies YOU!
We’ve curated a handy little guide to help you navigate your journey to find your perfect match and shine as bright as a diamond on your wedding day!
Pairing a Solitaire Ring:
A classic solitaire HAS to be one of the most versatile pieces of diamond jewelry. It works well with almost any style of eternity band and looks like a dream. We suggest going for a timeless, plain band to pump up the ‘chic factor’ and let the solitaire be the real showstopper.
Pairing a Halo Ring:
The elegance of a halo ring is truly unmatched and is a statement piece in itself. If you don't want to distract from its sparkle, a delicate, sleek eternity band pairs beautifully with it. Should you choose to zhuzh things up, an embedded pave diamond band is the way to go!
Pairing a Trilogy Ring:
There's no denying that three-stone engagement rings look charming as ever. You can choose to go for a more subdued look by opting for something minimalistic or play it up and pair it with a floating diamond eternity band. Either way, you’re sure to look like a million bucks!
Go Big or Go Home:
There's no such thing as ‘too many diamonds’ and we advocate this idea COMPLETELY! Pairing your engagement ring with a stunning multi-stone eternity band screams opulence. Feel free to customize the number of rows, diamond shape, and stone setting according to your preferences, and watch as your diamonds steal the show at your wedding.
Mixing it up:
While traditional ring pairing has been a popular option over the years, mixing metals is a bold, fashion-forward approach for the modern bride. Multi-toned ring combinations, when done right can elevate your engagement ring and take your look to the next level. Going for warmer colours like rose gold paired with gleaming platinum creates a visually stunning effect. If subtlety is more up your alley, white and yellow gold metals are a match made in heaven!