Crying the blues about shopping for wedding rings? Does the idea of shopping for anything to do with your upcoming nuptials leave you less than thrilled?
We sympathize. We really do. There’s so much to think about, and so much to decide before you actually get to walk down the aisle together. Your significant other wants to drag you out, kicking and screaming, to help choose sheets and towels, doesn’t she? And then, there’s kitchenware, flatware, tableware and a bunch of other “wares” that are endless. It’s enough to make you want to curl up on the couch and watch football.
Never fear! We can turn those blues into badass - in a good way, of course. She’ll LOVE these blue wedding rings as much as you do. The choices and finishes are practically endless, and the look says you are still your own man, with your own sense of style.
Many couples these days are looking for something out of the ordinary, something more creative that speaks to their uniqueness; something that is a step beyond the typical gold or silver “blah” ring. Blue and black or blue and silver colors in a ring make a statement, and they add a touch of (dare we say it?) elegance, even if elegance isn’t really your thing. The color combination is eye-catching and different.
Blue Tungsten Wedding Rings
Let’s take a closer look at your options. How about black tungsten with a blue insert? A black and blue color combination is bold and assertive, and it shows your distinctive personality. You can choose a single (or multiple) blue groove(s) across the center, or we have inlays, textured finishes or geometric finishes to punch up the look from simple to sensational.
Tungsten carbide is also incredibly strong, and it has the highest tensile strength of all metals. You literally can’t bend it, no matter how you try. Black tungsten is also very durable, but it is not as scratch resistant as grey tungsten. Many customers actually like the look of a few scratches, though. Makes the ring look weather-beaten and lived in. However, if you don’t like the look, you may want to take it off when doing serious, hands-on, outdoor work.
What shape should your ring’s band be? Did you even know there were options? Yes, there are. You can have a domed or a flat band. The domed look is more traditional, and the flat band looks more modern. It’s up to you. Similarly, the type of edge you choose on your ring can change up its look in a heartbeat. There is a simple pipe cut edge, or a step edge, or a beveled edge.
And the finishes? A simple style takes on a whole new look with a brushed matte finish to complement a polished blue interior.
And now to the inlays. We have plenty of different looks from blue, precious stones such as iridescent pearl or opal and several other lovely options.
Blue Ceramic Wedding Rings are up next. This can be a very practical choice because it doesn’t fade and its hypoallergenic (for all you sensitive types who can’t wear metals). It is durable and scratch resistant. Black and blue ceramic rings generally feature inlays, such as precious stones. Ceramic also does not bend, so it is something you can wear indoors and out, playing sports, hunting or fishing.
Blue Titanium Wedding Rings
Titanium is lighter than tungsten; it, too, is hypoallergenic and as scratch resistant as ceramic but not 100% scratch proof. Black titanium gets its color from a chemical process that makes it a deep black, even under the surface.
Tungsten, titanium and ceramic are some of our most popular choices, but we’ve also got plenty of other options like zirconium, gold, carbon fiber and steel to wrap around the prettiest, coolest blues you’ve ever seen.
Too much information? Too many choices? Is a sense of panic setting in again? Never fear. Chances are we have exactly what you are looking for. If not, let us help you find the perfect ring. That’s what we are here for.
A final thought. If she still has any misgivings about choosing a blue wedding ring, just tell her that the color blue represents loyalty, trust, dependability, faith and wisdom. Blue is also the traditional color of royalty.
What more could she want in a husband-to be?