White and Rose Gold Wedding Rings for Bride and Groom


White and Rose Gold Wedding Ring Combinations

There are many ways to combine white and rose gold for wedding rings. Much depends on whether the ring is for a bride or groom. From simple white and rose gold wedding rings, to elaborate diamond set bands, there are many possible designs.

White and Rose Gold Mens Wedding Rings

Grooms have a tendency to choose simple, unfussed designs. In many instances, a soft satin sheen is favoured above the shiny, mirror polish.

The brushed effect for wedding rings is a popular matte finish which diffuses light. The effect is achieved with a fine wire brush texturing the surface rather than buffing the ring for a traditional mirror shine.

White and Rose Gold Wedding Rings

Two colour white and rose gold satin wedding ring

 

Matching White and Rose Gold Wedding Ring Sets

For some couples, a nice touch is to commission a matching set of White and Rose Gold wedding rings. A Bride’s wedding ring is typically narrower than the Groom’s ring, seen in the commission below. Styled with both Rose Gold and White Gold, the inner section received a fingerprint taken from each other’s print, applied to the outer surface of each ring.

Inlaid white and rose gold wedding rings with fingerprint

View the above white and rose gold design on our main shop section, made by bespoke design.

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Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.

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Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark co-founded Serendipity Diamonds in 2007 after 20 years working with loose diamonds and jewellery. Mark is a keen jewellery and gemstone photographer, blogger and content writer. He works alongside a small team in their Ryde showroom and spends his spare time working on jewellery photography projects and with his two young children.

I confirm the subscription of this blog to the Paperblog service under the username ukmarkj

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