Once you’ve chosen your dress and the one you love, it’s time to consider bridal! To help you find the perfect wedding day accessories, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite bridal jewelry designs for summer wedding rings.
There are various ways you may integrate the additional summer wedding ring trend into your bridal jewelry. For example, this style may be included in your engagement ring set by choosing several wedding bands and stacking them. Wearing rings on many fingers is another option for achieving a lovely, complicated design.
Types of summer’s Wedding Rings
Traditionally, the focal point of your wedding attire is the summer engagement ring. However, by adopting this unusual fashion trend of wearing extra rings, many out-of-the-ordinary women have enhanced their engagement ring design.
1. First pendants
The initial pendant trend is the last but certainly not the least. Many people mistakenly believe that initial jewelry is a recent fad, although it is part of an ancient jewelry heritage. Wearing engagement jewelry with an initial on it was common in earlier times. The first diamond engagement ring in history was an initial ring. In 1477, Mary of Burgundy accepted the engagement ring that the Archduke Maximilian of Austria presented to her, which featured a diamond “M.”
Initial pendants are experiencing a significant comeback in both bridal jewelry and everyday wear, whereas initial rings haven’t made much of a reaction. The initial pendant trend can be incorporated into your bridal look in three ways. Wearing your initial is one way to make something more unique. Wearing your partner’s initial is a different option that is quite romantic. Finally, our favorite method to rock this trend is by donning your initial and that of your fiancé.
2. Delicate modern jewelry
The following trend demonstrates how the summer’s bridal fashions often fall on opposing spectrum extremes. While some women like highly conventional jewelry, others search for one-of-a-kind items.
You’ll adore the modern jewelry trend if you’re one of the brides seeking more unusual, distinctive accessories. Adding more contemporary fashion jewelry to your bridal appearance is a hot summer trend. Particularly, picking out delicate, romantic studs like the ones shown above has become quite fashionable. Even if it’s fashionable to wear contemporary jewelry, most brides wear it subtly and stylishly rather than loudly and extravagantly. Choosing less ornate yet luxurious jewelry may give your bridal look some personality while making sure your accessories are chic.
When not worn, where to store your summer’s wedding ring
Where should you place your summer wedding ring or engagement ring to keep it secure once you’ve removed it? It makes sense to hold your wedding band and engagement ring safely while they aren’t on your finger because they may be among the most priceless objects you own.
One of the finest locations to store your ring(s) if you take them off while still at home is in your bedroom, dresser, or closet. The calls can be in a ring box, tiny dish, or container.
Use your rings’ packaging, or buy a painted ceramic box instead. It might be a suitable storage solution if you have a larger jewelry box with fabric-covered sections for keeping rings. You can have more assurance that your call is secure if the box is lockable.
If you don’t have a ring box or holder, another alternative is to store your rings in tiny fabric bags. Pick a purse made of a delicate material, like silk or velvet. If you keep your rings in a pouch, placing each ring in its small bag to prevent rubbing or scratching is best.
Why do different seasons cause your rings to fit differently
Your rings holding variably depending on the season is typical. As an illustration, the heat of the summer leads many of us to retain more water, which promotes finger swelling. Even slight swelling may cause a significant shift in how your rings feel. The heat may make even perfectly fitted rings seem uncomfortable.
On the other hand, in the cold, precisely sized rings will spin rather often. This behavior is entirely typical and, in some ways, inevitable. Having your rings comfortably fits most of the time is the aim of ring sizing. But it’s typically impossible to have your ring work properly 100 percent of the time due to finger variations.
What happens if you can’t remove your ring?
Try these tips if you’re having trouble taking a ring off your finger:
- Use Windex, soap, lotion, or similar lubricant to slippery your finger.
- Instead of twisting the crew as you work it over your knuckle, rock it back and forth.
- Try the dental floss wrap technique.
- You may also attempt the RICE approach if your finger is severely swollen (rest, ice, compression, and elevation).