10 Trending Wedding Ring Ideas for Bride and Groom

His and hers wedding ring and engagement ring set

Trending Wedding Ring ideas for Bride and Groom

If you’re looking for some inspiration ahead of buying your wedding rings, then read on. We have put together a collection of trending wedding ring ideas for both Bride and Groom. Each idea is shown with an example based on jewellery crafted at Serendipity Diamonds. Each idea comes from unique personalisation for wedding rings.

Please note that most of the following services take between 4-5 weeks to create. Always allow plenty of time ahead of your wedding for your wedding rings. 

1. Fingerprint Wedding Bands

Available for most wedding ring styles

One of our most popular trending wedding ring ideas is the Fingerprint wedding ring. This distinctive wedding ring applies a faithful fingerprint to the inside or outside of a wedding band. There are few restrictions, meaning that fingerprints can be applied to most wedding ring styles across a wide range of precious metals and width options. If you’re unsure exactly what a fingerprint wedding ring is—jump across to our dedicated page, filled with examples of our work.Trending wedding rings Rose Gold fingerprint wedding ring

New for 2019 – our fingerprint wedding rings now include refinement to create the best possible results. 

The popular fingerprint wedding ring

2. Heartbeat Wedding Rings

The heartbeat ring applies the actual heartbeat of both bride and groom. We create each wedding ring and help couples capture their heartbeat. This service is available to clients Worldwide. We provide full support and the necessary technology to record both heartbeats.

Men's wide patterned heartbeat wedding ring one of our trending wedding ring ideas

3. Hand engraved wedding rings

Traditional hand-engraved wedding rings have soared in popularity. Decorative motifs including leaves and floral designs are very popular. Hand engraving adds a truly personal touch. We hand engrave each wedding ring individually. The example below shows a matching pair of hand engraved wedding rings suitable for bride and groom.

4. Ethical Wedding Rings in Fairtrade Gold

Many buyers now insist on 100% ethically sourced products. As a result, we embraced Fairtrade Gold several years ago. Since then, the demand for ethical wedding rings has risen dramatically. We now create a large proportion of our wedding rings in ethically sourced Fairtrade Gold. We create White, Yellow and Rose Fairtrade Gold wedding rings. In addition, our Platinum and Palladium originate from recycled sources.

Hand engraved wedding rings

Hand engraved Fairtrade Gold ethical wedding rings for Bride and Groom

5. Black Zirconium wedding rings

View our new black Zirconium wedding ring designs online

Brand new, the popularity of Black Zirconium wedding rings has surpassed expectations. A bold deviation from the shiny metallic precious metals, Black Zirconium is both durable and affordable with a very different appearance. Combine luxurious precious metal with Black Zirconium in our Oro design which includes an interior inlay of rich 18ct Yellow Gold.

Black Zirconium Wedding Rings

6. Diamond wedding rings for men

Diamond wedding rings come in all shapes and sizes. Combine any metal, width and finger size with a wide choice of diamond setting styles. Add engravings, add variations of finish—mixing a mirrored polish with a brushed finish. Then you arrive at a truly unique diamond wedding ring. Some of the most popular wedding rings for women include diamond set designs. For men, diamond wedding rings are rising in popularity. After all, the hard lines of a substantial men’s wedding ring relate well to the nature of diamonds—being hard, resilient and durable.

Men's diamond wedding ring 10mm wide set with diamonds

Men’s flush set 10mm diamond wedding ring – part of our bespoke design service

7. Custom shaped wedding rings

The popularity of the shaped wedding ring comes from its necessity. Not all engagement rings are styled to fit neatly with a straight wedding ring. A high proportion of engagement rings have awkward settings. For this reason, we create dedicated shaped bands to curve around difficult settings. Most of these styles complement the style of the engagement ring, adding flair and transforming the ring set into something entirely new. Look over some of our past commissions for a better idea of available styles and costs.

Double shaped diamond wedding rings

 

 

8. Wood inlaid wedding rings

Brand new this year, wood wedding rings. We introduced a series of different wood inlays. Crafted in durable Titanium, inlays come in several different types of wood. For example, Oak, Cocobolo and Ebony to name just a few.

Wood wedding rings, crafted in Titanium, inlaid with wood

Showing just three varieties of wood inlaid wedding rings from our collection

9. Ocean inspired wedding rings

Ocean themed wedding rings remain very popular for bespoke design. Owing to our location near the sea, the Ocean continues to inspire wedding ring designs. The following creation shows an Octopus-inspired engagement ring. The subsequent wedding ring matched by theme, styled with diamonds.

Ocean inspired ring design

Octopus wedding ring

Showing the Octopus-inspired engagement ring (above) and Octopus wedding ring. 

10. The Wedding Ring Wrap

The wedding ring wrap is a double wedding ring design. Specifically crafted for each engagement ring, each design is a unique bespoke commission. The engagement ring literally drops between the wedding ring wrap.

Wedding ring wrap from Serendipity Diamonds

Further Help

If you need additional help on any of our most popular wedding rings, or even if you just have a question, feel welcome to get in touch for some knowledgable friendly advice from our small team of wedding ring experts.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website. Anyone interested can connect with Mark on Linkedin via the profile link.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website. Anyone interested can connect with Mark on Linkedin via the profile link.