Elope, in the marriage world, could be synonymous for an intimate ceremony. Elopement means getting married without the knowledge of anyone including parents or secondary families. Although in these modern times, some do notify their beloved about getting married but not necessarily invite them.
Through this concept, a private wedding unveils; however, due to the limited amount of people knowing about the celebration, couples tend to plan their weddings on their own. From the suit and gown, the venue, the photographs and wedding rings, the responsibility is all on the hands of the to be wed couple. To those who are in this population, here are some wedding band ideas that might help:
- Straight Diamond Metal Band
A classic metal band is commonly crafted from platinum, which is functional for a couple that desires to have a wedding ring that is timeless and ages beautifully. A metal band with a shared diamond prong ring shows a sophisticated feel without it screaming too loud or too soft. This type of band is perfect for a adventurous bride who seeks functional elegance and does not want to damage her ring during escapades or errands.
- Split-Type Diamond Shank Wedding Band
Weddings often prove that two is better than one and it ultimately extends to wedding bands as well. A split-type shank houses a band that delicately splits into two. This creates a frame for the center diamond. This is a modernized yet classic style among hundreds of wedding bands due to its splitting feature. The double band gives room to the accent stones to recognizable while simultaneously giving the center stone the spotlight it deserves.
- Petite Diamond Pavé Band
A Pavé band involves diamonds wrapped around the frame or shank of the ring. Petite diamonds may encircle the shank to create a pattern and emit a stunning silhouette together with the center stone. This wedding band is intimate alone yet can also be a classic once given a center diamond. Center diamonds that are usually in favor of this type are cushion-cut, oval-cut and a halo setting.
- Twig Diamond Cluster Ring
A private ceremony does not have to equate into a cliché event; this straight gold wedding band with twig diamonds does it job to upgrade a once in a lifetime experience. This design is most likely to intertwine with the venue by the woods, park or on a mountain. The gold band mimics reflecting tree leaves or the woods itself creating a solemn ambience.
- Rustic Wedding Band
This is perfect for eloping couples who wants to have a minimal yet unique set of wedding bands. Rustic Wedding Bands are created using a wax model of the ring to establish an earth feel. It is then molded with plaster and once it sets, the mold is then waited for many hours to melt the wax. When it melts, the melted gold is poured into the ring mold and is ready to be spun by a casting machine. It is then glamourized with a center diamond stone usually in round and rose-cut or the couple’s preferred gemstone.
- Engraved Diamond Wedding Band
This is one of the most ideal options for those who are eloping simply because you can customize the engravings. The presentation itself looks authentic and dainty – especially when diamonds are added onto the engravings.
Diamonds or not, wedding bands will always be heartfelt when given attention and personality. This is considered the most crucial decision in planning the wedding without help – why? Because wedding rings will always be a reminder of a union no one can divide.