A Guide to Wedding Bands

A Guide to Wedding Bands

A Guide to Wedding Bands

Your wedding band is more than just a piece of jewelry; it's a symbol of eternal love and commitment. When it comes to finding your perfect wedding band, there are several key elements to consider. With the help of this guide, I hope that you not only understand the details of wedding bands but also find your dream ring in the process. Now let’s get technical…

Diamond Placement

Eternity, Halfway, and Three-Quarter Bands: When choosing the placement of diamonds on your wedding band, you have three primary options: eternity, halfway, and three-quarters. Each option offers a distinct look and feel, catering to different aesthetics and lifestyles. 

Eternity: This style of band is designed for people who are gentle with their rings and desire sparkle from all angles. With diamonds encircling the entire band, it creates a stunning look from any perspective. However, due to the diamonds being set all around, please ensure it's the right size for your comfort, as there is very little room for resizing in the future!

Halfway: As the name states, halfway bands only have diamonds on half of the ring. This look allows you to get a great sparkle while also offering a more comfortable fit with its smooth underside. It styles well with engagement rings while being more cost-effective due to fewer diamonds on the band. 

Three-Quarter: Three-quarters bands strike a balance between the two previous options. They feature diamonds that cover three-quarters of the ring's circumference, leaving a small portion of metal for a distinctive look and resizing opportunities. This design combines the brilliance of an eternity band with the practicality of a halfway band, making it a popular choice for many.

Ring Setting

Shared Prong, Single Prong, Channel, Bezel: The way your diamonds are set in your wedding band can greatly impact its appearance and durability. Each Setting has its own unique characteristics while creating a certain longevity based on how you treat your jewels. 

Shared Prong: In this setting, diamonds share prongs on the top and bottom, which minimizes the visibility of metal and maximizes the brilliance of the stones. This setting is popular for its sleek style of a continuous line of diamonds, perfect for those who are working with larger stones and want a seamless look.

Single Prong: Single prong settings use individual prongs to secure each diamond while offering a way to show the diamond's shape. For the people who are gentle with their jewels and want their diamonds to truly be the star of the show, this setting is for you. 

Channel: Feature diamonds between two strips of gold this style is known for its long wear and modern, sleek appearance. It's a great choice for those who are a little rough with their rings and want a secure setting while still having a minimalist design.

Bezel: Bezel settings encircle each diamond with a thin strip of gold holding it securely in place. Not only is it the most durable but it also creates a clean-lined look that has been becoming more and more popular. That being said, if you are hard on your rings and want a contemporary style this is the setting for you. 


When it comes to finding your perfect eternity band the details are crucial. From choosing the shape of your diamond to picking a ring setting, the sky is the limit and we are happy to help you through the process. No matter the style your wedding band will be a reflection of your love story and a cherished symbol of your journey together. If you don’t know where to start or just want to browse check out our TikTokPinterest, or Instagram for inspo! 

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