Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo recently wed in a tropical wedding ceremony. We reported on her engagement ring, and some details from the ceremony, but we wondered about the pair’s wedding bands. The verdict is in!
The pair selected bands made from the jeweler who created the engagement ring, New York’s Bader and Garrin. Both wanted substantial rings with diamonds.
The bride selected a platinum eternity band with Asscher cut diamonds. The groom selected a stunning platinum band with 24 square diamonds, to compliment his wife’s choice.
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What do you think of their bands? Do you like the combination of her 2 bands together?
Congratulations are in order for Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo. The pair wed Friday, July 15th, in a private island ceremony.
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The pair became engaged in November. Lachey proposed with a Bader & Garrin platinum, 4 carat asscher cut diamond, flanked by trapezoidal diamonds.
The newlyweds invited their guests by sending them a plane ticket, with no other details, except that the attire was island chic. The nuptials will be televised on TLC at the end of July.
No details yet on their wedding bands, but we can’t wait to see what they choose.
What do you think their wedding bands should look like? Do you agree with them playing their wedding on TLC?
Platinum is a very popular choice for jewelry today. Prized for its rarity, inertness and shine, many couples choose platinum for their engagement and both men’s and women’s wedding bands.
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Platinum is useful in other ways as well, including its use as an alloy in medical instruments, magnets, and in electrodes. It has been used on ships, pipelines, and on steel piers. Its most common use is as a catalyst in chemical reactions. It has been used in this manner since the 19th century, and is still used as a catalyst today.
For more information on platinum, visit the precious metals page on our website, WeddingBands.com.
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We love Platinum rings because they are beautiful, durable, and timeless. What do you think of platinum jewelry?
An item that is growing in popularity is Titanium Wedding Bands. Less expensive than its gold, platinum, and palladium counterparts, titanium bands are an interesting choice for wedding bands.
Titanium is a strong, corrosion-resistant, lustrous metal used for a variety of tasks including uses in medical fields, as surgical instruments and implants. It is also used anywhere strength is required, but low weight is desirable, such as in wheelchairs and crutches. It is also used in a variety of sporting equipment, ranging from the frames of bicycles to the shafts of golf clubs and lacrosse sticks.
In jewelry, titanium is mainly used as an accent in men’s jewelry. Its use in men’s wedding bands is becoming more common, although many people still prefer the traditional gold, platinum or palladium bands.
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What do you think of Titanium jewelry? Would you consider purchasing a titanium wedding band?
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The happy couple became engaged after McCartney popped the question with a unique and original design that has great features to this 5 plus carat sparkler. What in particular is the difference with this sparkler, rather than any other 5 carat or more sparklers you see these days? This uniquely designer wedding ring has art deco influence.
What does this art deco wedding ring have that makes it so special and unique? Well, it is a 5 carat plus round diamond set into platinum. Not so different? Within the sides of the band itself contains strips of onyx. Now that is a rock and rock wedding band!
McCartney wanted a special wedding band that was also romantic and fun, which he surely received with this gorgeous, unique wedding band! He also wanted a wedding ring that was rare, and special for the couple themselves, which he surely received as well!
Congrats again to Paul and Nancy!!