The fourth finger of the left hand, traditionally believed to have a vein that flowed directly to the heart, is where wedding bands are exchanged and worn by the bride and groom on their wedding day. While this is inaccurate from a medical perspective, there is much value in honouring the tradition. After the exchange of vows between the couple, they will wear the wedding band from then on. It is the official symbol of the union of marriage. Traditionally, wedding bands have been relatively simple, but the recent trend has experienced increased designs with intricate craftsmanship. Continue reading to learn about other variations for wedding bands.
Pave Wedding Band
The stones in a pave setting “pave&” the metal band, forming a stunning, flawless row. Though traditionally made with diamond melees, this technique is versatile enough to accommodate a variety of gemstones. Most pave wedding bands feature gemstones like rubies, emeralds, or sapphires, each of which carries its own symbolic value and beautifully complements the engagement rings.
Wedding bands are a beautiful way to show the world that you are committed to your partner. They also serve as a wonderful long-term memento of your special day.
Despite our joy for joyous occasions, we know the difficulty in selecting the ideal wedding band. That’s why we want you to find the perfect wedding band for you and your partner at Le Lumiere. We have a wider range of wedding bands from which you can choose. We’re here to help you find the right wedding band for you and your partner!
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