Looking For The Perfect Wedding Band? Here’s An Out-Of-This-World Suggestion
Weddings are beautiful. I believe you all agree with me on this. It doesn’t matter if you’re the marrying kind or the type who likes it solo, weddings are always filled with so much heart that it makes you tear up a little bit inside.
But before the wedding comes immense preparation. If you’ve only been a guest to weddings and have never been wedded yourself, then you can’t even begin to imagine how much work is put into this once-in-a-lifetime event. Behind all that makeup of the bride and groom are dark and droopy eyes, exhausted from all the planning, rehearsing, and setting up. A lot of work is invested into this one-day occasion. We’re talking time, money, effort, energy, and a whole bunch of other things. It is only after the event, when everything goes smoothly, that they can finally sigh of relief. Now that I think about it, this is probably why couples typically schedule their honeymoon a week after the wedding. I mean, after all the hustle and bustle, the pair certainly don’t have enough energy and spirit left within them to get all hot and steamy. I’ll bet you five bucks they race to see who falls asleep faster after the event finally wraps up. What comes after is a snoozing fest – definitely.
Anyway, I’ve been blabbing on and on about how much work is involved in planning weddings but I never really mentioned anything specific. But since our company isn’t exactly about wedding planning, I don’t think I have the authority or the experience to teach you how to plan your big day. What our company is well-versed about, however, is jewelry. And you do know that there’s a very important type of jewelry present in every matrimonial ceremony right?
Yes. If it isn’t obvious enough, I’m talking about the wedding ring.
Wedding rings are a symbol of union. Just like how a ring is in a form of a circle, it signifies that your love as a couple will never end. This is why some couples are often adamant about wedding rings being seamless. After all, they want the symbol of their love to have no visible “ends” or seams. It must be continuous – infinitely going around and around.
If you look around jewelry stores and crafters, you will see many dazzling pieces that may very well fit the type of wedding band you have in mind. If I had to guess, you are probably thinking of buying something that has these three qualities:
- It Has To Be Durable – You are tying the knot with one goal in mind right? And that goal is to make your union last forever (or specifically, one lifetime). With that being said, you’ll need a wedding band that can withstand the trials of time; you need something that is durable enough to stick with you until the very end. Without thinking too much, bands made of precious metals like gold will come to mind first. Gold, after all, has long been advertised as the perfect metal for wedding bands. It has a nice lustre and it’s also very durable. It doesn’t rust or fade even if you use it everyday. It’s literally everything you want in a wedding ring – or not.
- It Has To Be Exquisite – Now, I know some of you will beg to differ, saying things like “it doesn’t matter if it’s simple” or “we don’t mind getting something cheap and ordinary.” In reality, a third of couples would really want to choose wedding bands that are valuable as much as they are meaningful of they have the chance. It kind of adds to the symbolism like “This person is so important to me so it should be that we keep something very important to remind us of each other as well.” Make sense? I mean, it may not be for everyone. I’m just saying that if a couple had the luxury of choice, they’d really go for something exquisite.
- It Has To Be Unique – Of course, last but not least, you and your partner would want to be different from every other couple out there. You would want to stand out by picking out a pair of wedding bands that are unlike any other. This way, people can tell that you’re really exclusive to each other and that your relationship has personality. Normal rings can do the trick but it always feels a little more special to wear something custom-made. If couples can help it, they would want a pair that specifically speaks of their relationship – not some random and generic ring.
The first two criteria are easy to follow. You can find a really durable and exquisite ring anywhere as long as you’re willing to pay the price. The third factor, on the other hand, is a bit trickier to meet. I mean, what does it mean to be unique anyway? If you’re going to choose gold rings for the ceremony, then isn’t that kind generic. You can probably find a million couples in the United States wearing a pair of gold bands.
So if you really want a pair that is durable, exquisite, and unique, then we have an out-of-this-world suggestion for you – literally.
Why not consider meteorite rings?
Yes, our company offers exotic inlay rings made from 100% real meteorite. It even comes with a certificate of authenticity! Don’t you think it would be awesome to have a piece of the heavens symbolize your undying love for your partner? It would definitely tell people that you’re a “match made in heaven.” Meteorite rings are durable, exquisite, and unique. It’s literally everything you want in a ring! It’s also very valuable. Believe it or not, it’s priced higher than gold in markets nowadays – most likely because of its rarity. If you still want your wedding band to be gold, there are meteorite inlays for gold rings as well. It’s superb, right?
Anyway, feel free to check out our wide selection today. Who knows? Maybe you’ll find the perfect wedding band to use for your union in the next few minutes!