26 Floral Wedding Bands to Wear Forever

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Elle Cashin
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Elle Cashin
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  • Elle writes for The Knot online with a focus on fashion, covering gown design trends and shoppable accessories.
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  • Prior to shifting to weddings, Elle covered lifestyle, culture and celebrity across Chicago as the editor of the Chicago Tribune’s SPLASH magazine, where she interviewed cele...
Updated May 24, 2023
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"He loves me, he loves me not …" Picking petals off dandelions may well have been the start of your romantic journey—so why not incorporate florals into the one element of your wedding that will be around forever (besides your partner, that is): the wear-everyday wedding band. Selecting a floral wedding band to accompany your engagement ring is a show of sentimentality, for sure, but it can also be a fashion statement; it's bold and one-of-a-kind, just like the love it celebrates. (Psst, while flower wedding rings may come off as inherently feminine, the trend is not just for the ladies. We've included a few men's and genderless options—and at least one matching set—in our list below.)

Why Choose a Floral Wedding Band

Flowers are eternally symbolic—you may even have looked into the meanings of each varietal as you chose your wedding florals. It's for this reason that they make a great motif for the everlasting wedding band; looking down at your finger will always trigger memories of the big day. It's a bold statement and personal style choice, but keep in mind that there are countless interpretations of floral in jewelry design: It can be literal with diamonds shaped into stems, subtly nature-inspired with green gemstones or leafy patterns, engraved in gold rather than rendered in stones, hand-painted and more. Be sure to expand your search parameters to include some of these descriptions and open up even more options.

What to Look for in a Floral Wedding Band

Flowers can be beautifully literal or sublimely subtle when it comes to wedding band designs. That said, here are a few specific things you can look for in your search for the perfect floral wedding band.

  • Marquise-cut diamonds: This oblong shape is pointed at both ends, naturally mimicking the petals of a flower. In many designs, marquise diamonds encircle a smaller round to create a floral cluster.

  • Engraved styles: If your wedding band aesthetic is a little less blingy—say, if you're looking for a solid gold band—opt for a floral engraved wedding band. In these styles, you get the scent of floral (pun intended) without the flashy gemstones.

  • Personal meaning: Ultra-unique and statement-making is our favorite wedding band trend, so select something with meaning to you. For example, don't be afraid of color! If your wedding florals were poppy pink, look for morganite gemstones to remember them by; if greenery was the vibe, work in a dash of emerald.

  • Comfort: As with any wedding band, you should also look for comfort and durability; this is something you'll want to keep on every day 'til death do you part, after all.

The Best Floral Wedding Bands for Every Style

Blue Nile Mixed Marquise and Round Floral Anniversary Ring

Feminine florals often translate to something demure and delicate—but we say, why not go for bling? This 5-millimeter-wide band is constructed with a pattern of marquise-cut and round-cut diamonds arranged to look like the center and petals of bold flowers (and they're giving us poinsettia vibes, so we especially love this for a winter wedding date!)

Aurate Closed Flower Ring

Married among wildflowers? Try this on for size: Clusters of daisy-like florals make up this 14-karat yellow gold wedding band, which we love for bohemian brides. It's summery and sweet—and stands alone beautifully for those days or activities when you want to wear just your band.

Van Cleef & Arpels Perlée Clovers Ring

A major splurge on our list comes from high-jewelry house Van Cleef & Arpels. The jeweler often incorporates a few sweet signature motifs: butterflies, ladybugs and clover flowers—a symbol of luck—among them. In this wide floral wedding band style, 28 round diamonds are arranged in clovers with a golden bead at the center; beads line the top and bottom of the ring as well. We especially love this piece in 18-karat rose gold.

Brilliant Earth Sweeping Ivy Diamond Open Ring

Brilliant Earth is committed to making the world a better place—its diamonds are responsibly sourced and conflict-free—and nods to nature are an organic extension of that practice. The label offers infinite options when it comes to floral wedding bands, and we especially love this open ring style, designed to look like a garland of sweeping ivy vine.

German Kabirski Livia Tsavorite Ring

For a less literal approach to the floral wedding bands trend, opt for something nature-adjacent, like this cool style that alludes to organic greenery without being overt. It's perfect if you wear a lot of vintage or antique jewelry, and a classic white gold-and-diamond ring doesn't fit with your personal style. The rough tsavorite gemstones glint in the light for a stained-glass effect (and the price is right!).

Krikawa Custom Jeweler Ring O'Roses Wedding Band with Diamonds

"Ring around the rosy…" You'll be singing it all the way down the aisle after slipping this infinity band around your finger. The sculptural style features individually placed roses around a circular band, each accented with a glittering diamond at its center. It's available in a variety of metals, including rose gold (so on theme!), white gold, yellow gold and platinum.

Logan Hollowell Men's Rose Thorn Solid Band

Our first men's option to make the list, this style puts a masculine spin on floral wedding rings. The 14-karat gold style is hand-carved to resemble a rose branch, which symbolizes balance, hope and new beginnings—all concepts we love for the start of a beautiful marriage.

Eden Garden Fine Jewelry Curved Wedding Ring with Three Diamonds

OK, where better to find a floral wedding band than … Eden? The jeweler's name says it all, and this carved band with a trio of diamonds is the perfect embodiment. Made to fit seamlessly with the brand's Clematis engagement ring, it could also be paired with any large circular stone. Plus, it's a vintage lover's dream.

Shane Co. Floral Diamond Wedding Band

Forget florals and lean into leaves. That's exactly what this simple style does, eschewing the pretty petals of other floral wedding bands for something more organic. The repeating leaf pattern is accented with hand-matched natural diamonds and set in 14-karat yellow gold.

Anita Ko Sideways Palm Leaf Diamond Ring

An absolute showstopper on your finger, this massive floral-inspired band will definitely compete with your engagement ring, so we recommend swapping them in and out. It features an array of baguette diamonds totaling 2.5 carats formed into a sideways palm leaf, with a row of round diamonds (totaling .23 carats) running down the middle. (Psst, for something more subdued—and far more cost-effective—check out the creative label's small palm leaf diamond ring.)

Brilliant Earth Jardiniere Diamond Ring

This nature-inspired style gets its name from the French word for 'gardener'—and who wouldn't love the symbolism of that: Your marriage is a growing garden to be nurtured. Plus, it's gorgeous, featuring dual rows of alternating marquise- and round-cut diamonds and a split shank band.

Grown Brilliance Floral Art Deco Fashion Band

This art deco-inspired band has a distinctly floral feel—not to mention a whole lot of diamonds. The lab-grown gemstones total 2 carats and are arranged in a pretty floral pattern between scalloped-edge borders.

Rustic & Main The Renoir Ring

This impressionist-inspired wedding band brings a little color to the table, and for men at that. Inspired by Renoir's representations of lilacs and chrysanthemums in his artwork, the piece is an homage to true romance. It's available in 10- or 14-karat white, yellow or rose gold to mesh with any style.

Laurie Fleming Secret Garden Ring

How's this for unique: Each Secret Garden ring is completely one of a kind, made up of components chosen by the wearer—you choose the type and number of blossoms, and can add diamond dewdrops and other embellishments. The jeweler orients the arrangement in wax before casting it in your choice of gold. Choose florals like the ones you carried in your wedding bouquet to make this ring an ever-present ode to the big day.

For Love Jewelry Art Deco Wedding Band

Let the flowers do the talking with this art deco-inspired design, which can be made with natural diamonds or moissanite. We love how the pearly white gemstone petals speak louder than the gold here, but the wearer can still choose between yellow, white or rose gold for the setting.

Stone Forge Ring with Engraved Leaf Texture in Yellow Gold

This floral engraved wedding band offers a manly take on the trend, with a wide 8-millimeter silhouette and comfortable fit. The engraved leaf pattern creates a unique texture and patina that sets this piece apart from a sea of solid gold bands.

Melanie Casey Vine Band

Independent jewelry Melanie Casey is known for her ultra-delicate pieces, and this sweet vine wedding band is no exception. Rendered in 14-karat yellow gold, its eternity style is a beautiful symbol for the never-ending growth of your love.

Jewelry by Garo His & Hers Hand Engraved Wedding Bands

A two-for-one floral wedding ring set, this pair of bands lets you match your partner every day. The pieces—a 6-millimeter-wide band for him and a 3-millimeter-wide style for her—are hand-engraved in the United States with a chic vintage floral pattern.

Berlinger Marquise Emerald & Diamond Falling Leaf Band Ring

A woman-owned brand that recently exploded on Instagram and TikTok, Berlinger is known for its art deco-inspired designs that are handcrafted in downtown Los Angeles. We love this two-tone piece with octets of natural marquise-cut diamonds (totaling .52 carats) and emeralds (totaling .45 carats) in a floral pattern over a 14-karat yellow gold band.

Gucci Flora 18-Karat Ring With Diamonds

Fashionista brides will fall for this luxe gold band, emblazoned not just with a floral motif but also the interlocking G logo of the fashion house. Rendered in white or yellow gold, it's accented with diamonds for a sparkling finish.

Alexis Russell Montana Sapphire & Emerald Sunburst Stacking Ring

There's something sweetly floral about the color combination in this unique wedding band, and the way the emeralds trail like the stem of a blue blossom. Six round emeralds surround a vibrant Montana sapphire in the piece, which is handcrafted in New York from responsibly sourced gems and recycled gold. Pro tip: It's made for stacking. The jeweler will work directly with you to ensure a good fit with your existing engagement ring.

Brilliant Earth Everest 5mm Wedding Ring

OK, this isn't floral exactly, but for nature-obsessed grooms, what could be cooler than a landscape-inspired wedding band? This one features the stunning silhouette of Mount Everest engraved in brushed matte gold; Brilliant Earth also makes a version with the Rockies.

Marrow White Diamond Gemma Ballerina Ring

On its own, this chic wedding band resembles a crown; but when combined with a brilliant round engagement ring, the multi-shaped diamonds transform into petals around the center stone. To double down on the floral effect—and amp up the bling—opt for two bands, one top and one bottom.

Swarovski Matrix Ring

For a fresh take on floral, get less literal with pattern and play with color. What could be prettier than an infinity row of peony-hued baguettes? The rose-gold plating makes this an ultra cost-effective wedding band option; snag two or three versions to swap out depending on your mood or wardrobe.

Mejuri Pavé Diamond Round Half Eternity Band

Responsibly sourced diamonds are clustered in circles that resemble sweet flower blossoms in this 14-karat white gold eternity band. On the underside, non-pavéd discs of white gold create a unique silhouette. We suggest pairing this with a bold floral engagement ring, so the rounds on the band act like baby's breath to fill out your diamond bouquet.

Berlinger 5mm Art Deco Engraved Notched Diamond Band Ring

A geometric floral wedding band for vintage- and nature-lovers alike, this 5-millimeter yellow gold band is hand-engraved and detailed with a black oxidation technique that makes the flowers truly pop. Eleven round brilliant diamonds pop in the center of each flower.

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