How to choose the best wedding ring It is but understandable that every couple is eager to make his or her wedding ceremony a memorable event. The wedding ring is not only a symbol of bonding of two souls but it is an item all guests at the wedding is generally keen to have a look. Thus the wedding ring has to be something unique if it is to be attention-grabbing. It is common knowledge that wearing the wedding ring is the central function at any wedding. It is indeed a public manifestation and a message to the outside world that a person is married. The ring finger on the left hand is meant for wearing the wedding ring because people believed the vein on this finger goes directly to the heart. Choosing the wedding ring has become one of the major decisions most couple do before they wedding day as the wedded pair will wear the wedding ring for the rest of their lives. The style and design of the wedding ring the bridal pair’s sense of style and levels of sophistication. There are various kinds of style for wedding rings - art deco style, medieval style, Celtic style, modern style, antique style, classic styles etc. There is also the latest option called contemporary trend, which is a skillful blending of traditional and modern styles. It is a fact that in the present age everyone prefers to have his or her wedding ring something between classic and modern looking. Apart from style and design what dominates the choice of wedding ring is the material used. Traditional wedding rings are always made of gold - yellow, pink, white, or green gold. Platinum is arguably the strongest and purest of all precious metals. Though the most popular metal that couples choose for a wedding ring is gold – the trend is changing over the last few years as couples are choosing platinum, titanium and silver for wedding rings. These metals have different properties, and it is best ask your jeweler to explain them to you when you search for that perfect wedding ring. Diamond wedding rings are vastly popular amongst the upper classes because diamonds are the most expensive gem known to humankind. Their sparkling purity, hardness, and charm are symbolic of eternal love. The cost of a diamond depends on its cut, color, clarity, and weight. For people who cannot afford diamonds, ruby, sapphire and emerald topaz can be good alternatives to diamond. Most jewelers offer a vast array of wedding ring designs that couples can choose from. Some people prefer their rings to be simple and without any precious gems while others want them to more ostentatious. You can also make your own design and ask the jeweler to custom build them for you. Although this will be a little more expensive, having a unique wedding ring will catch everyone’s attention. While choosing the material, the stone and the quality should be your priority, do not forget that the wedding ring is the symbol of your fidelity and marriage to your partner. Since you are choosing an item that will symbolize your married life, it is best that you bestow enough attention to the ring’s design and material.