Browse our most popular wedding bands for men and women.
HOW DO I FIND MY RING SIZE?
There are a number of great and easy ways to find your ring size. One way is to simply measure yourself today with the help of our Ring Sizing Guide. You can also request a free ring sizer that we'll send to you so you can measure yourself at home. Finally, if you'd prefer to try on the rings directly, you can also set up a Free Home Try-On (just pay shipping!) where you can select up to 12 rings of your choice in various sizes, materials, and finishes to try on in the comfort of your own home.
HOW MUCH SHOULD I SPEND ON A WEDDING RING?
The cost of a wedding band can vary greatly depending on which material(s) you choose, whether your ring has diamonds or any other precious gemstones in it, and the width of your ring. Less expensive materials like silicone rings can be purchased for less than $100, whereas precious metal rings in gold or platinum will typically cost around $400-$1,000 or more. If you plan to add diamonds or other precious gemstones to the ring, the price can be in the thousands of dollars. Lastly, wider bands will also typically be more expensive than narrower bands as they require more material to make.
WHICH FINGER DOES THE WEDDING RING GO ON?
In most Western cultures, wedding bands are traditionally worn on the fourth finger of the left hand (also known as the ring finger). The tradition of wearing wedding rings on this finger dates back to ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. These cultures believed that there was a vein in this finger that ran directly to the heart, and that wearing a ring on this finger would symbolize the love and commitment between two people.
However, there are some cultures where wedding bands are worn on the right hand. This is the case in some Eastern European countries, as well as in India and some parts of Africa. In these cultures, the left hand is seen as unclean, so wedding bands are worn on the right hand instead.
Ultimately, the decision of which finger to wear a wedding band on is a personal one. There is no right or wrong answer, and what matters most is that the couple feels comfortable with their choice.
DOES THE WEDDING BAND GO ON TOP OR BOTTOM?
Typically, the wedding ring is worn below the engagement ring (closer to the palm of the hand). This is because the wedding ring is seen as a symbol of the couple's commitment to each other, and so it is placed on the inside of the finger to represent that it is closest to the heart.
However, there is no right or wrong way to wear your rings. Some couples choose to wear their rings on the same finger, but with the engagement ring on top of the wedding ring. Others choose to wear their rings on different fingers or even on opposite hands. Ultimately, it is up to the couple to decide how they want to wear their rings.
WHAT WIDTH SHOULD MY WEDDING RING BE?
Your wedding ring should be tight enough to feel secure and not like it's slipping around too much during the day as you move. A good guideline to determine the fit is to make sure the ring slides over your knuckle with a bit of friction (but not too much of a struggle). It's also important to keep in mind that your finger width can change throughout the course of the day and depending on the temperature. For instance, your fingers will typically be a little bit wider first thing in the morning, and then settle into your average size during the day. Additionally, warmth will cause your fingers to expand, while cold will cause them to contract. For these reasons, we recommend figuring out your ring size during the day and in a temperate environment.
WHO BUYS THE WEDDING BAND
Traditionally, each person pays for their partner's wedding band. However, every couple's situation is different and you should communicate with your partner to discuss how you want to handle purchasing your wedding bands for your big day.