10 Unique Wedding Band Options for the Groom


Wedding bands are meant to last forever. This is why a lot of care must be taken when choosing the perfect ones. As grooms are becoming more and more in tune with style, a lot of options are now available as an alternative to the plain gold ring. Rings made of wood, carbon fiber, tungsten and even concrete are in the market and grooms are certainly ready for these unique styles.

Wood

For grooms who are known to get down and earthy, a wooden wedding ring is an unexpected and creative option. Wedding rings made from strong trees such as oak and koa are wonderful contenders for a wedding band that suits a ruggedly handsome style.

Carbon fiber

These rings can be your wedding’s ‘something new’ because of how unique it is in today’s generation. Carbon fiber wedding bands are sleek, modern and undeniably elegant. They are lightweight and exceptionally sturdy. The sophistication can be enhanced with unique patterns and technical lines that signify a love that is truly next level.

Patterned

Men’s wedding bands have a lot of room for personality. Bold grooms are substituting their plain wedding bands for patterned ones. Cool patterns and textures embossed on the outside of the ring can be a stunning symbol of adventurous love.

Oxidized Bronze

Oxidized bronze wedding bands that are engraved with a phrase that is memorable to both couples are the best choice for edgy yet sentimental grooms. The patina on the bronze due to oxidation gives it a unique black color that cool grooms will surely cherish.

Rose gold

Classic, elegant, and romantic are just some of the words that describe a rose gold wedding band. For the groom that appreciates a mixture of delicate and strong styles, rose gold is an option that does not veer too far away from the classic but exudes a lot of individuality.

Personalized ring

Grooms and brides can wear their vows every day with a personalized ring. Wide wedding bands that are engraved with a special message can hold sweet words of promise and love that can last forever. Other options for engraving are important dates, terms of endearment and unique symbols that are special for both the bride and groom.

Matte finish

When a shiny gold ring just won’t do, a silver ring with a matte, brushed finish will be a perfect substitute for a groom with a unique style. This is a new take on a classic style that will bring a modern aesthetic to saying ‘I do’.

Brushed Gold

When a couple insists on the gold standard, a brushed gold wedding band for the groom can perfectly compliment the bride’s traditional finish. No need to worry about an exact match to the bride’s shiny ring because this sophisticated and elegant look will make for perfect harmony.

Concrete

A love that is carved in stone is what every husband and wife to be is yearning for. What better way to show this than through an unorthodox wedding band design made in concrete. This material is not often used and is perfect for grooms who are looking for an alternative material for their ring.

Mixed metals

A wedding band made from mixed metals is an exciting update to the classic plain ring. Mixed metals can be an elegant mix of gold with white gold. For the more stylistically adventurous couples, a mix of metals such as tungsten and black zirconium are wonderful options.

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