How to Create Matching Diamond Wedding Rings

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When you’re looking for matching wedding rings, why settle for anything less than the very best diamonds? Most people have an image in their mind of their ideal wedding ring, and quite often that means stunning diamonds. We’re experts in luxury diamond jewellery here at Catanach’s, so it’s only right that we give you some tips on finding the best products.

Many couples like to choose matching wedding rings as a symbol of their love, and there’s no better way to give them some style than to add diamonds. Even if the rings aren’t identical, they can still be a matching set. Choosing the same style, metals and design can make a beautiful pair. Here’s what you need to consider.

Always look for quality master jewellers

You always want to find experienced master jewellers to work on your matching diamond wedding rings. There are a couple of reasons for this. Firstly, it’s pretty obvious that you would choose qualified professionals in order to get the very best product. The other reason is the level of customisation you can achieve. If you’ve got design ideas, only a master jeweller will work with those effectively.

To get the beautiful styles you want, and for a product that you can cherish forever, there’s no alternative to an experienced professional.

Choose your preferred metal

Once you’ve settled on the jeweller of your choice, it’s time to start choosing how you want your rings to look. As we said, matching diamond wedding rings don’t need to look identical, but one key factor is the metal. To create a nice matching set, ideally you want to both have the same metal. So, whether its white gold, silver, gold or rose gold, make sure you both love the choice.

There are some metals that look better with diamonds, such as white gold and silver, so be sure to ask your jeweller for advice when choosing. This will help you get the most beautiful piece.

Pick your diamond size

The next consideration is the size of the diamonds you want to use. This is the part where you can get a little creative if you want to have non-identical but still matching diamond wedding rings. For example, one of you may prefer a larger diamond, set upon your wedding band using a certain type of prongs. However, that may not suit the other partner, in which case you might choose something a little different.

Perhaps you could have the second ring featuring smaller diamonds, arranged tastefully in a low-profile band. There are ways to ensure the set is still matching, even when using different size diamonds.

Want the best matching diamond wedding rings in Melbourne?

Here at Catanach’s Jewellers, we’re master jewellers. We’ve also created countless matching diamond wedding rings in our time. With the skills, knowledge and expertise, we can make your wedding special by creating the very best diamond wedding rings that suit both of you. Come in and see us, contact us or even book a consultation for bespoke service. We’ll take your ideas and turn them into beautiful custom wedding rings that both of you will love.