Weddings involve two persons. The bride and the groom, a point that is at times easy to forget. If you are in the market for wedding jewellery, and if you are intent on making this simple for the bride and the groom, then a wedding ring set might be the choice for you. When it comes to wedding ring sets, it is important to start by drawing some distinctions. Wedding ring sets incorporate wedding rings for the bride and the groom into a combined offering (Hence the term sets. Wedding ring sets differ from bridal sets, where the latter deals with the combination of wedding and engagement ring in the same package.
Why Opt for Wedding Ring Sets
The simple answer is simplicity. Purchasing fine jewellery, particularly wedding and engagement rings are not a simple process. If you know what you want and have settled on a budget then the process becomes a lot simpler. If it is your intention to consolidate your efforts by purchasing your wedding rings, for the bride and the groom, together then opting for a wedding ring set might be the way to go. But what do we mean by simplicity? For a start buying a wedding ring for the bride and groom are not always a straightforward process. When selecting a jeweller for your wedding ring, for the bride or the groom, this is a process that involves research, communication and even relationship building with the company of choice. So by opting for a wedding ring set, your purchasing decision becomes a unified process: as the job of hunting for a wedding ring for the bride and groom are united.
How Wedding Ring Sets differs from Bridal Sets
Wedding rings sets as noted contain the addition of the ring for the groom and the absence of an engagement ring. Wedding rings sets are made to suit couples who wish for greater uniformity when it comes to the character of their wedding rings. Note that wedding rings sets are generally made to a fixed standard, with uniform or highly similar colours, design type, and gemstone placements. Factors that are likely to differ if the rings are made and purchased separately. Like bridal sets, where the aim is to ensure that both, the engagement and wedding rings have the same, or similar characteristics, with complementary qualities: from the colour, metal type, gemstones, and engravings. The benefits of purchasing a wedding ring set are that it helps to keep the production process of the bands for the bride and the groom together. To ensure that the metals are likely to of the same character (in addition to the type: gold, platinum, sterling silver). Factors that are likely to change (even slightly) if the purchase time is spread out, or if the rings are purchased from different jewellers. One way to simplify this process is to combine them into a unified purchase, with the wedding ring for the bride and the wedding ring for the groom are purchased together, according to set specifications. And, like bridal sets, wedding ring set also comes with significant discounts.
Wedding Rings Sets and Metal Types
Gold is the dominant metal in the world of wedding and engagement rings. With the white and pink colours being the most dominant variety. When it comes to wedding rings sets, white, yellow and pink gold rings, may prove a bit tricky for one or both parties, depending on their personal tastes. However, the beauty of the wedding ring sets that we offer, is the range of choices that are available. Whilst there is no shortage of white and pink gold wedding rings sets, which follow the popularity of these metal (and colour) types in the market for fine jewellery. However, at Brilliyond we also provide top quality wedding rings set in more ‘metallic’ colours, like silver. With wedding rings sets in addition to the more popular bridal wedding ring set colours of pink, white and gold, can also be found in darker, more masculine variants. With platinum and sterling silver options to choose from.