Damascus Steel Wedding Bands

By Emily on Wednesday, January 20th, 2021 in Wedding Bands. No Comments

Used in the creation of swords and blades in ancient times, Damascus steel is a metal recognized for its unique, wavelike pattern. Originally cast from a type of stainless steel called wootz, Damascus steel is created today by layering different-colored varieties of stainless steel and forging the metals together at a very high temperature. Damascus… Read More


How to Select the Right Wedding Ring

By Emily on Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020 in Wedding Bands. No Comments

Planning a wedding comes with lot of decisions. You’ll have to choose a location, food, photographer, florist, etc. But one of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make (and one that will last the longest) is which wedding ring is the right one for you. Like shopping for an engagement ring, there are certain things… Read More


Wedding Band Trends – Summer 2020

By Emily on Wednesday, June 17th, 2020 in Fashion Trends, Wedding Bands. No Comments

Even though COVID-19 has impacted many of this year’s weddings, couples are still getting married. Some are postponing their original date by a couple months while others are limiting the number of guests attending. Whatever the case may be, these couples are proving that even though their wedding may look a bit different than what… Read More


Men’s Wedding Band Buying Guide

By Emily on Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 in Guides, Wedding Bands. No Comments

Congratulations, you’re about to marry the love of your life! But before you say “I do,” you need to select the piece of jewelry that symbolizes your love and commitment to your partner, your wedding band. With a variety of different style options available to you, here are some important things to keep in mind… Read More


Diamond Band Buying Guide

By Emily on Wednesday, October 9th, 2019 in Wedding Bands. No Comments

Considered a fine jewelry staple, diamond bands are often bought to complement an engagement ring, commemorate an anniversary or another special occasion, or treat oneself or a loved one to a beautiful, versatile piece of jewelry. If you’re thinking about purchasing a diamond band, here’s everything you should keep in mind. Metal. You’re going to… Read More


Stainless Steel vs. Titanium vs. Tungsten Wedding Bands

By Emily on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 in Wedding Bands. No Comments

When it comes to men’s wedding bands, the most popular metals are still gold (white, yellow, or rose) and platinum. However, there are many more metal options to consider. Contemporary metals like stainless steel, titanium, and tungsten are all affordable options for those looking to save a little extra money while also looking for something… Read More


2019 Wedding Band Trends

By Emily on Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 in Wedding Bands. No Comments

Since the summer months are the most popular time to get married, we’re approaching that time in the year when many couples are looking to purchase their wedding bands before their big day approaches. Based on what we’ve noticed so far this year, here are the top three wedding band trends for 2019. Larger Diamonds: This… Read More


Wedding Band Shopping: Online vs. In-Store

By Emily on Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 in Wedding Bands. No Comments

We all know that weddings are expensive. The venue, photographer, music, florist, and attire are just some of the costs you’ll likely face when planning your wedding, and all of these costs add up. So it’s no wonder why many couples want to find the most affordable options available to them. For wedding rings, some… Read More


Types of Jewelry Finishes

By Emily on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 in Custom Design, Informational, Precious Metals, Uncategorized, Wedding Bands. No Comments

Jewelry finish, or jewelry texture, refers to the exterior surface treatment applied to a jewelry piece. Most commonly seen in wedding bands, finishes can transform ordinary jewelry into something extraordinary. The different finishes can be applied to a variety of different metals including white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, platinum, sterling silver, or stainless steel…. Read More