Wedding rings symbolize commitment, love, and friendship. They also serve as a reminder that you're married, which means you need to take care of each other.
There are three main types of wedding rings: traditional metal rings and modern titanium rings. Traditional metal rings come in various metals such as silver, white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, and more. Modern titanium rings are made out of a special alloy called Ti6Al4V, which is stronger than steel and lighter than aluminum. Most types of rings are durable and will last a lifetime.
If you’re looking for a ring that’s both stylish and practical at a low price point, consider a sterling silver wedding band. These rings are lightweight, strong, and easy to clean. They also tend to hold up ok during everyday wear but they may not last a lifetime if you work with your hands.
Gold & Titanium Rings
There are two main types of wedding bands: traditional gold rings and modern titanium rings. Both options come with pros and cons. Traditional gold wedding rings are more durable than titanium rings (which means that although they may get scratched or dented these imperfections can be fixed at a later date, but they’re heavier and less comfortable to wear. Modern titanium rings are lighter and easier to wear, but once scratched they cannot be 're-polished' and they can't be resized.