How to Pick a Wedding Band That Matches Your Engagement Ring
Selecting a Wedding Band to go with your Engagement Ring is not a walk in the park. Not because of lacking options, but due to the exact opposite. There are a lot of beautiful combinations that are both versatile and flattering, making it difficult to choose just one! This is where our Style Guide comes in.
Yellow, White, or Rose Gold? ✨
Gold is the top choice for Wedding Rings due to its outstanding beauty and shine. Before even thinking about your preferred style, decide first on your ring's metal color. Most brides-to-be match their Wedding Band with their Engagement Ring, but no rule prevents you from doing otherwise. To mix or to match? It all boils down to your preference.
Want a Flush Fit? 💍
Stacking your Engagement Ring on top of your Wedding Band is now the norm. Don't mind having a gap? Skip the next part and start browsing our Wedding Band recommendations. ⬇️
If you do, complimenting your ring's setting will be the top priority in your Wedding Band search. Make sure to discuss your preference with your jeweler as well, to make sure that your chosen style will sit flush below your Engagement Ring.
Wedding Band Styles
1. Eternity Ring ∞
Best paired with: Any Engagement Ring style
An Eternity Band will beautifully match your ring, regardless of its style. Most brides go with a round cut Moissanite band, but getting an oval, emerald, or even alternating cuts work just as well. For a flush fit, consult your jeweler regarding the best carat size that will sit just below your Engagement Ring.
2. Plain Band 🤍
Best paired with: Pavé bands, Engagement Rings with large center stones
A plain Wedding Band is best paired with a dazzling Engagement Ring—think a halo setting with a pavé band. They balance each other for a stylish contrast. Take things a step further by getting a thicker band in a polished finish for a stunning statement.
3. Twist Band 💫
Best paired with: Solitaire Engagement Rings
Add a touch of romance to your Engagement Ring by pairing it with a Twist Band. Choose one with a pavé accent for a dash of sparkle to complement your ring.
4. Contoured Band 💅🏼
Best paired with: Three-Stone Rings, Rings with elongated center stones like an Oval, Pear, Marquise, Emerald, or Radiant Cut
This band usually comes in a chevron ("V") shape or a "U" shape to match your Engagement Ring's setting, forming a dazzling crown that sits flush against your precious ring. We suggest getting a studded band that looks beautiful when worn by itself, just as it does when stacked.
5. Open Band 💃🏽
Best paired with: Solitaire Rings
While usually worn as a lifestyle piece, an Open-style Ring is an unexpected take on the classic Wedding Band. We love it set with two gemstones on each end of the ring, elegantly framing the Engagement Ring.
Lucce Wedding Band Collection 💍
Now you've seen your options and our recommended pairings. Keep in mind that these are simply suggestions to help you pinpoint the Wedding Band style that speaks to your heart.
Looking for more inspiration? Click here to browse our Wedding Band Collection.