Yellow gold is traditional for engagement rings and wedding bands. Though many women opt for white gold, platinum, or even rose gold today, yellow gold continues to be a staple choice for bridal jewelry. I have selected a few of my favorite yellow gold wedding bands that would look lovely when paired with this yellow gold halo ring (or any engagement ring, for that matter).
Puzzle rings, also known as trinity rings or Russian wedding rings, feature three bands that connect. This particular rolling ring features flush set diamonds on all three bands, which add a subtle yet striking amount of sparkle. These rings are lovely when worn on their own, but they can also be paired next to an engagement ring.
This u pave wedding ring features diamonds part-way around the ring. This is a very standard and traditional look when paired with an engagement ring, especially one that also has u pave diamonds, like style # HE236 (shown above).
Personally, I love the look of a plain band paired with a diamond band. The contrast is lovely and makes the bridal set more interesting. It also makes it easy to mix and match other wedding bands, especially ones that feature diamonds, making the set more versatile.
For an additional pop of color, why not select colored diamonds or even gemstones for your wedding band? This yellow diamond eternity ring adds richness and will make your bridal set truly unique.
All of our precious metal options are available in the drop-down menu on the product pages. Please contact our jewelry experts with any questions or if you wish to customize one of our rings.