Wedding Bands For Him
Wedding Band Q & A
When should I start shopping for my wedding band?
We recommend six months before your wedding. You can imagine how busy you’re going to get as the big day draws near. Why put it off and make a last-minute decision on the fly?
What metal should I choose?
It really is completely your call. Platinum is more expensive than gold due to its rarity, but it’s also a heavier, stronger precious metal. Gold is nice because it’s less expensive and you can choose between yellow or white gold.
Hint: White gold sure does look a lot like platinum.
Are we supposed to choose each other’s bands?
You can if you want, but we suggest choosing wedding bands together. It’s a fun time, the pressure of the engagement is past you, and you’re both excited about the future…
Not to mention it’s the eternal symbol of the love the two of you share.
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Who pays for the wedding rings?
Typically, the bride and groom pay for each other’s rings.
Oh, and like everything else, Spence wedding bands are guaranteed.
Once the wedding bands are delivered, you’re probably not going to think about Spence for a while. But sooner or later one of life’s special occasions is going to pop up and you’ll want to be prepared for it when it does. You don’t want to head into an anniversary or a birthday empty handed. After that proposal, she knows that you know about romance. So keep us in mind for future occasions. We can help you look just as good after ‘I Do.’
Matching Wedding Bands for Her
Did Spence make your engagement ring? If so, there’s a good chance we make a wedding band to match. Up to 2,000 of our engagement ring prototypes have a wedding band counterpart. Look for matching wedding bands.
Don’t be discouraged if you don’t see it online. You’re only seeing a fraction of our wedding band collection. The best thing to do is pop into the nearest Spence store, show us your engagement ring and let us point you towards the matching bands.
Other concerns? For women only.