16 trending wedding gold ring designs you'll lust for
Made for romance
Solitaires aren’t the only options when it comes to engagemenr rings. If your style’s more romantic and feminine, this intricate Fleur de Lis ring in a beautiful pink gold and set with round brilliant diamonds reflects just that.
Tiffany Fleur de Lis 18K rose gold diamond ring, Tiffany & Co.
State Property Wedding Rings
Singapore-based State Property takes wedding bands to uber stylish-heights with its minimalist aesthetic. Plus: Matte and crosswise matte finishes as well as various gold and precious metal combinations that will appeal to the cool couple.
Doublet Brilliant crosswise silk matte finish 18K white and yellow gold suspended diamond ring, $1,637; also in other precious metal combinations. Doublet Pave crossilk matte finish 18K white and yellow gold pave diamond ring, $1,988; also in other precious metal combinations. Amber Pave vertical finish 18K rose, yellow and champagne gold diamond ring, $2,072.
If you’re up for understated shine, the Niessing Lotus collection (available in a myriad of golds like gray, yellow and rosewood) are a perfect fit.
Niessing Lotus Rings in Fine Gray, Coated Classic Yellow Gold, and Rosewood Gold.
Three's a party
Taking inspiration from rays of sunlight, the LVC Soleil (it translates to ‘sun’ in French) collection features a mix of golds in the most gorgeous hues that meld seamlessly together.
LVC Soleil 18K white, rose and yellow gold diamond wedding bands, LOVE & CO.
This Cartier classic features a solitaire diamond with a sleek, fluid band – a perfectly versatile piece that’s great for stacking with your wedding band, like this graphic, glittering Cartier Destinee band.
Exquisitely set and in pink gold, these are gorgeous alternatives to the eternity ring. The Coup d’Eclat de Cartier ring features two rows of scintillating diamonds for extra sparkle, while the segmented Maillon Panthere (top) oozes contemporary charm. Love whimsical pieces? Go for the Cactus de Cartier (right).