Save the date for King Jeweler’s Spring Wedding Band Weekend! Wedding season is right around the corner as King Jewelers announces our Spring Wedding Band Weekend. Save the date for King Jewelers Spring Wedding Band Weekend, taking place Thursday, March 7th through Saturday, March 9th, 2019 at our Green Hills store. For three days only, King Jewelers will have the largest collection of platinum, gold, diamond and custom wedding...
Wedding Band Trends for Men King Jewelers has a wide selection of handsome wedding bands for men. Ranging from classic, simple creations to luxuriously striking alternative rings, we are confident that you will find the wedding band that best suits your style. If you are not familiar with the jewelry world, or simply have no idea which kind of wedding band is right for you, we are here to help! We have picked out the top five wedding...
Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is in three days. If it snuck up on you and you’re rapidly approaching spending this Thursday in the doghouse, we’ve got you covered. Check out our list of top 5 jewelry gifts for Valentine’s Day that she’ll love and you won’t have to stress over.
A wedding band should be timeless as well as extremely personal to a couple. After all, it does symbolize a lifetime together. Looking around you will find the traditional style of a solid yellow gold or even a white gold band; however, with the steady increase in the price of gold, many prefer alternate metals. To sum it up, the trend in wedding bands this fall/winter season can be described in one word: Originality.
With its soft pink hue and romantic name, rose gold is becoming one of the most popular (and economical) choices for the bridal world. More girls are favoring this feminine material for engagement rings, wedding bands, diamond hoops . . . if you wear it on your wedding day, there will be a rose gold option.
Ladies, get your rings ready. This year is a leap year and according to British Isles tradition, women can propose to men on February 29th. It’s hard to say when this tradition started, but it has been around for several hundred years. It came from a time when women had to wait for a proposal rather than take charge themselves. But in the same way that the leap year balances the calendar (365 days in a year versus the 365 days and 6 hours it takes for the earth to orbit the sun) it evens the gender playing field. In the 1800s and 1900s leap year postcards depicting women plotting to snag a man were rather popular.
Three-stone rings are one of the most classic ring designs because of their beautiful simplicity and their rich meaning. A three-stone ring is meant to represent a couple’s past, present, and future together. The center stone is often the largest to commemorate the present moment in which the ring was given with a smaller stone on either side for the memories before and the memories to come.
Hearts are naturally one of the most popular choices in jewelry design for Valentine’s Day. What represents love better than a heart? If you’re looking for something unique this Valentine’s Day, tell her not only that you love her, but that you’ll love her forever with an eternity ring.
When most guys consider wedding bands, they think of the very traditional plain white gold or platinum band. In fact, most men didn’t start wearing wedding bands until the late 1930s, when World War II started and then they were very simple out of necessity and cost. Guys today, however, will find that they have as many options in wedding band design as women do! And if you’re not a guy who wears a lot of jewelry to begin with, the choice can be overwhelming. Here are a few things to keep in mind when deciding on a wedding band:
Valentine’s Day is seen as one of the most romantic days of the year, and what better way to celebrate your love than to give the gift of jewelry that is uniquely her? Of course, when deciding on a piece of jewelry to give to your beloved, one must take into consideration her personal taste as well as her relationship to you.
If you and your object of affection have only been dating a short period of time, a charm would be a fine alternative to traditional diamond jewelry. A charm can be worn on a bracelet or a necklace and can reflect her personal interests. Stacked bangle bracelets are also in fashion these days. Keep in mind that red is also not the only color to symbolize love. Any strongly hued gemstone will communicate your passion while keeping with her taste in color.