The holidays are a perfect time to talk wedding bands. If you’re planning a wedding, you may have agreed to keep this Christmas small – little, meaningful gifts to each other to set aside more money for the wedding budget. And a great way to commemorate your first (and likely only!) engaged Christmas is by giving each other your wedding bands.
If you’ve been married for a few years, or even if it’s been decades since you walked down the aisle and said “I do” “Me too”, the holidays are a wonderful time to surprise each other with new or additional wedding bands.
Additional? Oh yeah. Our brides and happily married ladies alike are crazy for the multiple wedding band trend sweeping the bridal world. It’s a gorgeous look that’s customizable for any style. Whether you want to add texture, bling, or color to your bridal set, you can decide to do it from the get go or add bands as time – and milestones in your marriage – pass. And sometimes, once she sees a wedding band she loves, you can add it to the bridal stack without any occasion. Though the holidays make a perfect excuse to wrap her up in more diamonds and gemstones!
First up, this stunning 4.97ct Emerald Cut Diamond Eternity Band. Those almost 5 carats of beautiful diamonds are set in platinum shared prongs. The 20 diamonds are G/H in color and VS in clarity.
Up next we have this beautiful Gabriel & Co. New York braided diamond band. It’s thicker, but with only .58ctw of diamonds it’s delicate and budget friendly.
Gabriel & Co. is also one of our favorite designers to add color to their bands. This beautiful ruby ring features approximately .37ctw of accent Diamonds G-H in Color; SI2 in Clarity.
Just stunning, on its own, or when added to more bands.
Of course, with Gabriel, the more the merrier! Please direct you’re a attention to the bottom band, a rose gold beauty.
In 14 karat pink gold, it features approx. 0.28ctw of accent diamonds all GH in color and SI2 in clarity.
This band is similar in design, with marquise shaped metal and millgrain around round brilliant accent diamonds.
It features just .11ctw of accent diamonds, but they still sparkle brightly against the 14 karat yellow gold.
Our last of the Gabriel bunch (and trust us, it was difficult to narrow down to just this few!) the sapphire and white gold diamond band in the center of this stack. 14 karat white gold encircles 0.13ctw of diamonds G-H in Color; SI2 in Clarity and approximately .46ctw of accent sapphires.
This lovely band combines princess cuts and round brilliants for a unique look that makes a big impact. It’s 18 karat white gold with approximately 3ctw of Round Brilliant and Princess Cut Diamonds. Diamonds are G/H in color and VS2-SI2 in clarity.
Finally, we have this beautiful marquise and round brilliant diamond eternity band. The 14 karat white gold setting holds Approximately 1.50ctw of Marquise and Round brilliant diamonds. Diamonds are H/I in color and VS in clarity.