If you’re shopping for the perfect rings mens wedding bands for your groom, we suggest buying it well in advance (between three to six months is ideal). Not only will this give you plenty of time to learn his sizing and style preferences, but it will also ensure that the ring arrives in the proper fit (many men’s rings cannot be resized, so this is one piece that you want to get right the first time). Founder of Ring Bear David Schoenfeld suggests asking him for his size at least a few weeks before the wedding.
Beyond Tradition: Unique Materials and Designs for Men’s Wedding Rings”
Gold: The traditional metal is a timeless option that never goes out of style. It can be worn in its natural hue or plated to add different shades like yellow, rose, and white gold. The rich shades of yellow and rose gold complement warm complexions, while white gold’s silvery radiance is good for those with cool undertones.
Tungsten: This durable and scratch-resistant metal is ideal for those who need a rugged, masculine design. Choose from styles that incorporate a tungsten carbide interior with an abalone shell or crushed opal exterior, or opt for this brushed tungsten band that showcases a vertical baguette sapphire.
Alternative Metals: Damascus steel and meteorite are popular choices for those seeking more distinctive looks. This tungsten and meteorite arrow band by Holden blends elements of both trends for a unique and modern finish.
Whether you’re looking for a classic ring or something with more personality, we’ve found the best mens wedding bands on the market. From sleek black titanium designs to intricately engraved pieces, there’s something for everyone in this curated collection.