Why do we wear wedding bands on the fourth finger of the left hand? This tradition originated thousands of years ago when it was believed that the fourth finger contained a vein that lead directly to the heart. The origin of wedding bands dates back about 4,800 years to ancient Egypt. Sedges, rushes and reeds were twisted and braided into rings and worn as a symbol of marriage. Well, we’ve come along way since braiding reeds into bands. We now adorn our fingers with beautiful gemstones set in platinum or gold. Lets take a look at the latest styles in wedding bands and you’ll be saying “I Do!” to these exquisite rings.
Eternity bands are a classic look that will never go out of style. You will love this band 25 years from now as much as you love it today. These diamond eternity bands by JB Star are stunning.
If you are looking to add a little color to your wedding band, these rings by Bez Ambar with sapphires, emeralds and rubies are beautiful.
Are you looking for something with a vintage feel? Look no further than this ring by Penny Preville.
If you love the look of stacking several thin bands together, these rings by Precision Set are a great look in rose gold, yellow gold and platinum.
This band by Jeff Cooper is a perfect band to wear alone or stacked with your engagement ring.
For the bride who wants to make a statement with her wedding band, this ring by Bez Ambar is a knock-out.
Which ring is your favorite? Leave us a comment and share with us.