by: Lauren

Here at Every Last Detail we’re all about providing you with the information you need to plan your wedding, and that includes one of the most integral parts of a marriage ceremony- the wedding ring! Which is why I’m so excited that one of my favorite engagement and wedding ring companies, Ritani, has partnered with us to provide you with a complete guide to wedding ring metals!
A Complete Guide to Wedding Ring Metals via
A Complete Guide to Wedding Ring Metals via

I myself am LOVING the concept of stackable wedding bands! They’re not only beautiful, but a built-in anniversary present too!


A few other things to note about Ritani and wedding rings:

– Some metals will require re-plating to keep their shine, and some won’t.

– Ritani provides fully customizable rings – even if you want gemstones or colored diamonds that you don’t see on the site!

– Ritani can also craft curved, twisted, and custom-fit wedding bands to match any unique engagement ring shape.

– Rings are handmade in the USA and all diamonds and gemstones are ethically-sourced.

– Ritani’s website includes a suite of helpful custom design and shopping tools to make the process easier and more customizable!

– You can have the chance to try on and/or view the real ring in person, obligation-free, at a local jeweler with Ritani’s free in-store preview program!

Ritani also has some awesome educational information all about wedding and engagement rings on their site. I highly recommend heading over there to take a look and educate yourself on things such as metals, buying a ring, and more!


*This post is sponsored by Ritani. Opinions and thoughts are the author’s own. 

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Founder & Editor at Every Last Detail
Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.

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  1. Carolyn (a Bride)

    I really like this post – so informative. A lot of times, no one thinks about what kind of metal they are purchasing for their wedding bands. So very important to know exactly what you are paying for. Looking forward to reading more. I want to share this link on my blog page…great article.

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