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There are many opinions about this. If you spent a lot of money on the engagement ring, you may want to spend slightly less on a simpler wedding band. The best advice is to discuss it with your wife-to-be. The main factor is what you can afford - make sure you buy within your budget. You may be able to buy rings for less than £100, or they could cost up to £3,000 and beyond.
There are no rules on this question - it is entirely up to you. Some people like to have matching wedding bands, and historically this has been the way it was done. But there is no hard-and-fast rule that dictates your wedding rings should match. The bride may opt for one of our elegant diamond wedding rings, whilst the groom prefers a simpler, minimalistic wedding band.
Generally speaking, this is not a good idea. It increases the risk of the ring getting caught in your hair or the bedding. It could also cause you to wake up with some painful scratches, particularly if you have any stones in your ring, such as a diamond wedding band. Having said that, many people keep their ring on when they go down for the night.
It can be preferable to match the wedding ring with the engagement ring so that they look good together. Something in the range of 14-22 carat is usually good but bear in mind that you will be wearing the ring a lot and higher carat metals are more likely to scratch.
Gold is a popular choice for a wedding ring because it can represent things like fidelity, romantic love and friendship. Other associations with gold include illumination, positivity, wealth, passion, glamour and prosperity.
The short answer is no. It is not a good idea to wear your wedding ring in the shower. The first reason is that it is a common place to lose your ring - it can slip off when you are lathered up and end up going down the drain. What's more, the combination of soaps and exfoliants can dull the metal of the ring and even create tiny scratches. If moisture gets under the ring it can irritate the skin.