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FIVE TIPS FOR CHOOSING YOUR WIFE'S WEDDING RING





consider the engagement ring when selecting the wedding ring. Well men, you have made it to the wedding. It seems like the engagement just came and went like that! Now guess what? Yes, it's time for another ring. But look on the bright side: you don't have to buy her another ring until the ten-year anniversary. Knowing that, you better make this one count. Here are five tips in helping you choose a wedding ring.

1.Be A Woman And Communicate
It's true that choosing the engagement ring is generally a secretive activity a man prefers to do alone. He may love the element of surprise, feel that it's his responsibility, or may even want to keep the price of the engagement ring a prudent secret. In any event, traditionally speaking, you have a little more leeway when planning a wedding ring purchase and it may be in your best interest to simply ask your future wife her preference, or better yet, take her shopping with you. You've mastered the element of surprise and spontaneous romance. Now learn the art of communication, as it will only help your future life together. You might be convinced that she would love that blue pear cut diamond solitaire on sale at Macy's. How do you know her best friend, sister, or worse yet some family member she doesn't like has the same ring? That could be a recipe for a disaster.





2.Remember The Engagement Ring
Rings are very symbolic. Just like a husband and wife cannot live happily together if one spouse consistently dominates the other, so two different rings-the engagement ring and the wedding ring-must co-exist. They must complement each other. This means that the wedding ring cannot completely overshadow the engagement ring, nor distract from it in any other way. It must be the perfect complement, truly symbolic of your future wife. You may want to stay with a similar color and style. For example, if she has a trillion cut blue diamond engagement ring, you may want to buy that blue pear cut diamond solitaire wedding ring that complements her engagement ring perfectly.





3.Think About Her Feelings
You're going to be hearing that line a few times throughout your marriage. But this is also applicable to ring selection. Rather than choosing the flashiest wedding ring you can find, look for something modest, complementary, and perhaps more importantly, comfortable to wear. Yes, taking into account her feelings-at least as regards finger comfort-is a smart way to shop. She definitely may not be comfortable always having to carry around a bulky wedding rock, nor one that's too loud for everyday activity. (The last thing you want is for her to take off your wedding ring!)

Getting married is a huge step in your life and by choosing the best wedding ring possible, by putting thought and effort into your selection, you're well on the way to making your wife happy.


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