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Wedding Rings & Gifts

Wedding Rings Tie the Knot with Beauty and Style

The bride is always the shining star of her wedding day. But when it comes to wedding jewelry, there is also a star: the wedding ring. When a couple is in love and ready to tie the knot, it's important to find wedding rings that symbolize your love and devotion perfectly. That's where The Bradford Exchange can help.

We offer an extensive selection of women's wedding rings and men's wedding bands, ideal for celebrating your big day and future together. And there are many different styles to shop, from glamourous diamond wedding rings that sparkle to catch the eye, to vintage style wedding rings for a more traditional look. We even have wedding ring sets that include an engagement ring and bands for both him and her, so you will be perfectly matched, just like your hearts. Plus, many of our wedding bands can be personalized with custom engravings to make them even more meaningful to you.

Need a little extra assistance choosing a ring? Be sure to check out our Women's Wedding Ring Guide for plenty of great shopping tips. Marital bliss awaits. Shop Now!

Frequently Asked Questions

A wedding ring is a symbol of your special and unique bond. It represents the vows you have made to each other and stands as a statement of your commitment.

A wedding ring and a wedding band are essentially the same thing since "ring" and "band" can be used synonymously. However, the word band is often used in reference to the wedding ring worn by the groom.

A wedding ring set features two to three unique rings that are purchased together and usually match or complement each other. Standard wedding ring sets consist of a women's engagement ring and her wedding band, but can also include a man's wedding band in the set.

Traditional wedding etiquette suggests that a wedding ring be worn on the ring finger of the left hand, but couples should always feel the freedom to wear their rings on the fingers/hands they are most comfortable with.