3 Considerations While Looking for your Ideal Wedding Ring – Part 1


Welcome back to Beth’s Deluxe Flowers blog.

You already have selected your beautiful gown and wedding veil. Because you want everything to look flawless on your wedding day, it is time to talk about wedding rings.

Your wedding day is a special and big event that you need to remember and treasure for the rest of your life so it needs to be perfect. There are countless things you need to deal with including the wedding venue, date, wedding theme, menu, guest list, wedding dresses and the list goes on. One of the highlights of every wedding celebration is purchasing wedding rings that will forever symbolize the love of the bride and groom for each other.

While planning and designing luxury weddings in Prague and Czech Republic, I always make sure that the couple found their ideal wedding rings.

Choosing the perfect wedding rings is never that easy as there are many factors that need to be considered.

The considerations while looking for your flawless wedding rings that would perfectly suit your luxury wedding are as follows:

  1. Lifestyle

The wedding ring you need to choose is the one that can be worn comfortably every day and for the rest of your life.

If your job requires: You might consider a ring that:
An affluent professional image (salesperson, fashion designer, boutique owner, real estate agent) Is unique in style or dazzling in design. A larger center stone, a fancy diamond shape, or an elegant, Hollywood-inspired halo ring design may be the choice for you.
Hands-on work (landscaper, chef, housecleaner, sculptor) Has smooth features rather than nooks and crannies that can capture dirt (such as engraved metals or channel set stones). Also consider whether the ring will fit easily under gloves if you wear them.
Risky situations (police officer, social worker, security guard) Is discreet. Consider avoiding a big, dazzling diamond and opt for a delicate diamond band or a ring with multiple, smaller diamonds or gemstones . Or, if you especially want a bigger diamond engagement ring, consider buying an additional simple band you can wear to work.
Working with computers or machinery, or working a lot with your hands (office worker, bank teller, factory worker, artist, welder) Doesn’t have a raised stone setting that can knock or catch on things.
Caring for people (teacher, childcare provider, nurse, physician, physical therapist) Doesn’t have sharp edges. Consider a bezel set diamond ring, a channel-set or pavé band so you don’t have to remove your ring every time you go to work.

Your ring at play

When you’re not at work, how do you choose to spend your time? Make sure the engagement ring you choose will fit in with leisure time too.

If your play time involves: You might consider a ring that:
Getting your hands dirty (gardening, sculpting, baking) Can be easily cleaned. Avoid engraved metals or channel-set stones.
Fancy hand work (playing music, knitting or sewing, juggling) Won’t get caught in any threading or strings. Also note that rings tend to “spin” on certain kinds of fingers, so that the stone can end up on the inside of the hand and interfere with your handy work. Ask your jeweller about sizing or adding inserts or beads to prevent this from happening.
Team or individual sports (football, tennis, skiing, basketball, rock climbing, yoga) Doesn’t have a raised setting that can get caught on things. Think about a sturdier metal such as platinum that is less likely to graze against sports equipment, and consider any protective gear (such as gloves) that must slide over your finger.
Travel Will make you feel secure when you travel, especially internationally. You might want to consider a diamond that’s more discreet.

What do you think about these considerations?

Follow me and see you next week with the second part of 3 Considerations while looking for your ideal wedding ring.



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