After choosing a good diamond for your ring, the next crucial thing you should consider is your wedding ring metal.
Read down below what their advantages and disadvantages are:
If you want something that is resistant to tarnishing, then the best option for you is gold. It is also known as the traditional wedding ring. In its pure form, gold is too soft to be worn as jewellery. It would not withstand the everyday stresses that it is exposed to. That is why it is often mixed with other metals such as copper, zinc, silver or cobalt to make a stronger alloy. What’s good about alloying gold with other metals is that the end result is often a different colour (ex. white and rose gold).
No two diamonds are exactly alike! This is one of nature’s miracles and God’s master craftsmanship.
We hear about diamond’s shapes being round, emerald, princess or pear but its’ cut is a more important consideration because a cut determines how the diamond interacts with light. Their brilliance is dependent on how the rock is cut.
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So, you have decided to have a prenup session. Nowadays, it’s a popular part of any couple’s wedding preparations simply because it’s the best way to create and preserve good memories. Couples can now look back to that happy day after many years and show these fun images to their children. The pictures will always be the perfect conversation piece for any occasion.
Convinced about the prenup, you already scheduled a session with your photographer. However, you are clueless about what to do on that day.
But imagine the added stress on your daily duties due to the pressure of thinking of the creative requirements of a photo shoot, which are plenty but have no idea about.