Essex, Florida (PressExposure) May 19, 2009 -- Itâs almost June and couples are frantically planning and preparing for their fabled June weddings. They already have it laid out in their imagination, the flowers in the church, their long white dress, speaking their vows and exchanging rings to declare that they are husband and wife. Every material object in their wedding will only last for a day but the symbol of their marriage will last them a lifetime. Their rings will carry their vows to love each other until death do us part.
For this sole reason alone, couples must know what kind of ring to choose and how it will fit their lives as they move from the stages of their lives. There are different kinds of wedding rings wedding bands as some call it. The designs can be classic or modern, they could made from plain metal or adorned with stone, the thing is that a wedding ring should fit the one wearing it, no matter how it looks it should always fit the person wearing it as a symbol of who they are and what the vows they made represent.
Basically rings are made from precious alloys like gold, white gold, titanium, platinum and the more recent kind are the tungsten wedding bands. Each of these alloys brings their own charm to the ring but it takes careful choosing for a person to get the right one for them. Personally I prefer tungsten wedding bands since they can really stand the test of time.
Most tungsten wedding bands out there are made of alloys so they really are built to last, theyâre made to be scratch-proof and doesnât deform even if put through daily use. A lot of people who made this choice say that itâs one that they donât regret. Another plus when it comes to tungsten wedding bands is that they are comparably cheaper than gold but is still as sturdy as platinum and as light weight as titanium.
Thinking of the metal aside and judging purely by quality, if you think about it isnât going with tungsten for your weddings a better choice?