Bridal Ring Sets
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Wedding Ring Designs
Introducing bridal sets and our collection of wedding ring designs that match an array of engagement ring designs to sit flush when stacked together.
Carrara & Verona
Combining the best of geometric and sculptural lines, our Carrara design features a hexagonal diamond centre with elegant baguette and princess cut diamond accent stones in this unique five stone ring.
Match it with the Verona design that mimics the linear lines of the Carrara, with its vaulted baskets holding the east-west set step-cut baguette diamonds in a unique bar setting to ¾ eternity.
The arches that decorate this platinum wedding band recall the stunning piazzas of Italy and the many love stories they’ve inspired across centuries.
Marula & Alba
Flowering, fragrant, and fruit-bearing, the Marula tree is traditionally known as the “marriage tree”, a place for vows to be exchanged beneath the shade of leafy, floral branches.
It’s for that reason that our Marula design is bursting with light and dainty details. A two tone design set with a yellow gold band and the setting around the diamonds in platinum, this cluster diamond engagement ring features a centre oval diamond surrounded by bouquets of variously sized brilliant diamonds.
The Marula’s high bridge allows space to perfectly match our Alba wedding ring design. Symbolising new horizons, the Alba was designed to perfectly match our Marula engagement ring. Featuring 17 round diamonds in various sizes that gently cascade across the band in an asymmetrical fashion and are set at different angles, meaning they catch the light in a truly spectacular way.
Tamora & Laurel
Named after the sculptural and romantic tamora rose, our Tamora design is an ode to the creativity of nature. Featuring a marquise centre diamond and marquise green sapphire petals on a yellow gold knife edge band, this contemporary trilogy captures the feeling of smelling a freshly picked rose.
Pair it with the Laurel for a seamless match that sits perfectly flush on the finger and makes you wonder how these ring designs ever lived without one another. The Laurel features petal set alternating marquise diamond and lush green sapphires.
Demure & Daisy
The Demure is the most petite solitaire in our collection. This two tone design has a 1.6mm wide yellow gold band with a comfortable, rounded profile. The sculptural platinum eagle claws proudly and securely hold the centre emerald cut diamond and showcase the brightness of the diamond to the fullest. When viewed through the finger, you’re able to see the entire diamond from table-to-culet.
In harmonious juxtaposition, the Daisy wedding ring design sits flush next to the Demure, offering a subtle lift to the bridal set as a whole, with its diamonds sparkling in the light.
There are no rules when it comes to engagement and wedding rings and this bridal set proves it–you can mix and match metals and styles that result in a glorious balance when worn together.
Lyra & Petal
Captivating and meticulously crafted, the Lyra is a floral-inspired design that features a round blue sapphire within a brilliant halo of round diamonds, all held together with dainty eagle claws and a tapered cathedral shoulder band.
This Kate Middleton-esque design sits snugly against our Petal design. Set with alternating round blue sapphires and marquise shaped diamonds, the design combines tradition with a unique splash of colour, tying in the rich, vibrant tones of the centre sapphire from the engagement ring.
Confetti & Laurel
Our Confetti design features an oval centre diamond with dainty petal set diamond spaced pavé. This fun design is a wonderfully contemporary take on the traditional pavé style.
And what perfectly marries this sweet ring? A petite petal set pavé wedding ring, of course. Our Laurel design mimics the aesthetic of the Confetti with its east-west set marquise diamonds and the designs sit beautifully flush next to one another as a set.
What is a bridal ring set?
We’re often asked ‘is a bridal set the same as an engagement ring?’ and it’s safe to say that the answer to that question is layered. While a bridal set may sometimes contain an engagement ring, it wouldn’t be fair to say they’re the same. The term ‘bridal ring sets’ can cover a whole host of scenarios, all as sentimental and personal as the next. Let’s explore the three most popular understandings of a bridal ring set.
The first understanding of a bridal ring set is a combination of two rings: an engagement ring and a wedding band that, once married, are usually worn as a pair. The engagement ring is typically given to the one half of the couple during the proposal and symbolises the intention to marry for the couple. Two wedding bands are exchanged during the wedding ceremony itself and represent the couple’s lifelong commitment to each other.
When choosing bridal ring sets, it’s important to consider your personal style and budget. Do you want your set to have similar styles? Do you want them to sit flush next to one another? Do you want them to feel mismatched in a curated way?
There are many different types of sets available from classic simple polished bands to a diamond bridal set, the wedding ring design can be customised to complement an existing engagement ring style. You can choose from different metals, including white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, and platinum, or different band widths to achieve a more dainty or chunky aesthetic, depending on your preferences.
The second understanding is when each wedding ring is designed or chosen with the intention of being a matching set – where both rings share a similar design element or overall aesthetic.
Bridal ring sets are a great option for many couples because they ensure that both rings complement each other in terms of design, metal, and diamond or gemstone. This means that you don’t have to feel tied to matching your wedding band to your engagement ring, and instead you have a matching set that connects you and your partner as a pair–almost as a wedding ring set.
To make the rings harmonious, you can opt for matching finishes and metals or you can go with subtle variations, like our Bay and Bayberry designs. A creative way to go, these rings elegantly mimic each other, with stones that differ in colour.
For an extra bold look, your bespoke wedding bands can feature the same engraving, leaving no question of who is with who when you walk into a room. This filigree pattern above is brimming with a sense of vintage romance and will turn your wedding bands into a statement piece.
Having personalised rings that can reflect your one-of-a-kind love is a perfect way to celebrate your marriage. Each time you look at your specially tailored ring, you can think fondly of the partnership that you share.
It also gives you and your spouse a chance to express your individual style, with the opportunity to create complementary rings and the ability to combine your wedding band and engagement ring into one fluid design. Your wedding rings should reflect a story that’s truly yours, not anyone else’s.
And finally, the third understanding is a little more broad and fluid. It’s when a collection of rings, that can be worn together or alone, are considered as a ‘suite’ of rings that are all symbolic of a moment or life milestone and can be worn.
This third understanding is led by aesthetics. It’s when rings are worn to achieve a certain type of look or finish on the hand–perhaps several stand out rings are worn on different fingers or smaller, daintier bands are stacked to achieve a more curated look. They can be matching bands or unmatching bands, they can be crafted in lab grown diamonds or natural diamonds, it can be a diamond ring or a polished metal ring with no gemstones–it really is up to the wearer and can be worn in a mix and match way.
Primarily led by achieving a certain style or aesthetic, wearers may consider the half eternity style, which is when the diamonds or gemstones go halfway around the circumference of the ring, or the full eternity style, which is when the stones are set around the entire circumference of the ring.
While this refers to the term ‘eternity’ in reference to the percentage of the circumference of the ring that is set with stones, an eternity ring or eternity band is often also understood to mean a wedding ring or a ring that represents a special moment in a couple’s life together.
When should someone get an eternity ring?
An eternity ring doesn’t actually always feature gemstones or diamonds. The term itself is used to reference a ring, of any style, that is often used as a gift to celebrate a life moment–like the birth of a child, an anniversary, a promotion, new home or life transition. There’s no set rules for when someone should give or receive an eternity ring, but it does tend to be to mark milestones in a couple’s life.
How many rings are there in a bridal set?
There can be as few or as many rings in a bridal set–depending on whether you wish to wear one statement ring that matches your partner, or if you wish to stack several rings, each representing a milestone life moment.
In conclusion, a bridal ring set is a beautiful and practical option for someone looking to ensure that their engagement ring and wedding band complement each other perfectly. They can also save you money and make it easier to coordinate your rings as a couple. So, if you’re getting ready to tie the knot, consider investing in a bridal ring set that matches your style and budget.