Two-Tone Flower Wedding Bands

Kate Miller-Wilson
Rings with flowers

For brides in search of a feminine wedding ring with some unique flair, two-tone flower wedding bands can be an ideal option. These bands come in a variety of lovely designs.

Appeal of Two-Tone Jewelry

According to the traditional rules of fashion, all your jewelry should be the same color. While most modern women bend or break this rule on occasion, it can be there in the back of your mind when you're selecting a necklace or earrings for a special event. Since you will be wearing your wedding band for the next several decades, it's nice to have options. A two-tone band lets you mix metals without offending any fashion police you might encounter.

Additionally, jewelry designers use multiple metal tones to accent any decoration or engraving on a wedding band. In the case of flower-themed rings

, using two metal colors makes it possible to create realistic and eye-catching vines, leaves, and petals.

Two-Tone Flower Wedding Bands: Style Options

For centuries, brides have worn or carried flowers on their wedding days. Flowers are associated with femininity, and their beauty is celebrated in many different kinds of jewelry. Floral wedding bands are popular with brides who love girly style, those who value nature and the environment, and those who simply love the look of rings with pretty blooms.

Floral wedding rings run the style gamut from sleek and modern to elaborate and antique. No matter what your personal style, there's sure to be a choice that's perfect for you. Consider some of the following popular designs:

  • Art Deco-inspired white gold band with a yellow gold flower setting and round-cut diamond
  • Simple white gold band with an engraved daisy motif and yellow gold accent rings
  • Yellow gold ring with a flower-engraved white gold band in the center
  • White gold band set with yellow gold floral filigree
  • Wide yellow gold and diamond band with a center ring of overlapping white gold leaves
  • While gold band with filigree rose gold inlay

Shopping for Your Floral Wedding Band

When you begin shopping for a flower-themed wedding band, you may feel overwhelmed by the number of options on the market. Try to narrow down your choices by focusing on the type of ring you really want. As yourself the following questions:

  • Which metals would you like? Two-tone rings can include any combination of white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, sterling silver, platinum, and titanium.
  • Are you looking for something simple or elaborate? Consider your usual taste in jewelry and fashion when deciding on a wedding band style.
  • What is your budget? You can find affordable two-tone floral rings in sterling silver and yellow gold. Some more luxurious options include diamonds or other gems.

Local Shopping Options

You favorite local jewelry shop may have some two-tone flower rings in stock, and it can be helpful to get a sense for how these bands look on your finger. Although the selection of designs may be more limited than with online shopping, you may enjoy dealing with a jeweler face-to-face.

Alternatively, you can find some beautiful floral rings in antique shops. Flower motifs were popular with the Victorians and also figured heavily in Art Deco wedding rings. Take your time, and browse through the merchandise carefully. Most antique rings can easily be resized to fit your finger.

You can also have a two-tone flower ring created especially for you. Custom jewelers specialize in making unique wedding bands that meet clients' specifications. Ask around at local art galleries to find a custom jeweler who can help you create the flower ring of your dreams.

Online Resources

If you want a premade ring in a certain design, the Internet might be your best choice. Since flower rings are so varied in style, you're sure to find something that meets your needs at one of the following retailers:

No matter where you buy your two-tone flower wedding band, be sure to request an appraisal to make sure you're getting a good deal. Doing your homework about flower ring styles and materials is the first step toward buying a ring you really love.

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Two-Tone Flower Wedding Bands