Bay Area Jeweler’s Review of 10 Unique and Classic Wedding Band Styles
While the engagement ring may take center stage, a wedding band can add the perfect panache to create any look you desire. From a classic matching band, to an off-set yellow or rose gold band, the wedding band allows you to show-off your style while maintaining the beauty of your engagement ring. Here are some of our favorite looks and styles, from unique shapes to mixed diamond wedding bands and even the simple beauty of a plain design. Explore 10 of our favorite wedding bands from our Walnut Creek and Santa Clara/San Jose jewelery stores:
Twist Diamond Wedding Band
The Isley Brothers knew a thing or two about doing the twist, so don’t be afraid to throw your hands up and Shout, or at least your wedding finger! Try this unique shape if your engagement ring has some curves that won’t allow for a flush-fit. This type of band isn’t meant to sit flush so instead of accentuating the gap, it will become part of the design.
Sapphire and Diamond Halo Eternity Wedding Band
Sapphires always look great with a dash of diamond and twist of white gold, or platinum. Don’t be afraid to use your wedding band to add a splash of color!
Bezel Set Diamond Wedding Band
Here is a great band to tie together an engagement ring with different shaped diamonds. Although this uses only round brilliants, the square and round shaped bezels will bring together most diamond shapes while adding a little bit of visual interest. The Milgrain pattern is also a nice aesthetic feature if you want to add some flare.
Baguette Diamond Eternity Wedding Band
A true classic, the baguette eternity band is always in fashion! Don’t let your budget deter you from accomplishing this look by changing the stone sizes and number of diamonds, a five or seven stone baguette diamond band can still have a dramatic impact at a fraction of the cost.
Pave Wedding Band In Rose
The pave diamond band is a great way to have a thicker band without the price tag of large diamonds. Give your engagement ring a glowing stage with pave band in two or three rows.
Flush-Set Mixed Diamond Wedding Band
If you want some diamonds but don’t want them to compete with your engagement ring than flush-set, or burnished diamonds might be the way to go. This beauty by Todd Reed features an Autumn color pallete set in yellow gold for a warm and alluring band.
Curved Diamond Wedding Band
Don’t fight a curvy engagement ring, match it with a curved diamond band to allow a natural flow and subtle compliment.
Milgrain Diamond Wedding Band With Engraving
Give your ring a vintage look with a milgrain diamond band with some etching on the sides. This is a great way to create some visual interest for your band without adding any diamonds. Hint, great budget saver without sacrificing on style!
Mixed Metal Stack Diamond Weddings Bands
If you want to go for the stack band look, than be sure to mix it up! Don’t use the same or similar styles, it’s all about contrasting shapes, sizes and colors. Also try different combinations across designers, you never know what kind of band combinations will look great together.
Organic Plain Solitaire Wedding Band
Just because there are no diamonds doesn’t mean that your band has to hide in the background. Try a band with a unique texture or finish to add some interest without breaking the bank.
At Davidson & Licht, we have the Bay Area’s best selection of unique and beautiful diamond wedding bands, and wedding bands in any gemstone or metal. From vintage to modern, and everything in-between, stop by either our Walnut Creek or Santa Clara/San Jose jewelry to find your perfect wedding band.