STACKING BANDS: The Creative and Sensible Approach to Wedding Rings




If you’re considering a unique option to replace your standard wedding band or engagement ring or perhaps a way to simply jazz it up, then World Bride Magazine suggests Stacked Bands.


The Stacked Bands provides the bride with endless opportunities to be completely unique. These beautiful rings can be mixed and matched with a variety of different textures, metals and designs to compliment the style they are looking to achieve. For example, one might pair a rose gold band with a yellow diamond, while one compliments it with a standard diamond band. Or you may stack these all on top of your engagement ring, creating the extra “bling” factor. Another cool option is adding a band to the stack with each passing anniversary, which is becoming an increasingly popular request in the bridal market. This interchangeable idea makes one think of the traditional charm bracelet for your wedding finger! After reviewing a variety of jewelry options it is clear that the possibilities are endless and integrating different colors and styles in a single piece provides a delicious one of a kind work of art.


As creative as you may be there are price points to be considered, this creative option can be relatively inexpensive when compared to prices of the standard engagement ring. Statistically speaking the common wedding ring would probably run you about $5000-$10,000 on average, but a single band each will cost you less than half.  At De Beers Jewellery, you can find a wide selection of different styles of stackable wedding bands that start at about $2,000. The styles you might want to look into are De Beers Aura, DB Classic and Adonis Rose.  These are definitely the more practical option, that is if you’re not too keen on spending a huge amount of money or if you wish to use the bands as a substitute or “holding place” until you want to splurge later. Other brands that offer stackable rings that are also worth checking out are Swarovski, David Yurman, Kwiat, Temple St. Claire and Roberto Coin.





All in all, if you’re in need of serious finger candy that complements and/or replaces your engagement ring, then definitely add Stacking Bands as part of your list of things to do during your wedding planning.

Whatever your heart desires, this flexible fashion statement is sure to be a reliable and creative option for your big day.


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