14 Unique Wedding Bands for Brides
Five Stone Ingot Band
As if emeralds weren't amazing enough, this band sets them against black squares so they pop even more. Let the green gems really shine by pairing them with a simple solitaire engagement ring.
Gold and Diamond Flower Band
Flowers and diamonds—what more could a girly girl ask for?
$12,000, Erica Courtney, GorgeousandEngaged.com
Engraved Poesy Ring
This totally cool ring (which comes on a chain necklace) gives you the best of both worlds—wear the engraved band closer to your heart on the chain or switch off and wear it on your finger. (Hint: It looks amazing stacked with this designer's other styles.)
Diamond and Gold X Band
X marks the spot! This fashion-forward diamond band will be the envy of all your stylish friends.
Ombré Eternity Band
Same-sex and straight brides alike will fall hard for this delicate rainbow ring. All of the stones are handpicked, so every band turns out slightly unique.
$1,420, Elisa Solomon, CatbirdNYC.com
How cool is this? Have your spouse-to-be record their vows or a special love note to you and then transform the sound waves into a totally unique (and totally romantic!) wedding band.
From $560, SakurakoShimizu.com
Black-and-White Diamond Band
A black gold band with alternating black and white pavé diamonds is just the right blend of edgy and elegant.
Pave Arrows Band
We have only two words to say about this rose gold band with black diamonds and arrow markings: We're obsessed!
Love Knot Ring
Less is so much more when it comes to this sweet little love knot ring.
$320, Yayoi Forest, CatbirdNYC.com
Curve Trilogy Bands
Whether it's books and movies or gorgeous wedding bands, we love a good trilogy! Mixed metals and a cool curved shape give this three-band ring that extra something special.
White Gold Comete Ring
Warning: This celestial-inspired band is just as mesmerizing as a real comet. Be prepared to stare at it forever.
Price upon request, Chanel.com
Black-and-White Mixed Open Ring
For something nontraditional, consider a band with a center split. We love the contrast between the black diamond and the white diamonds on this one. Plus it's adjustable, so it's guaranteed to fit through any ups and downs through the years.
Reverie Gold Band
There's so much going on here—a mix of shapes, colors, metals, stones—but somehow it all works.
Selene Split Shank Band
The delicate split shank on this sculptural ring is meant to symbolize the merging of two paths. What could be more perfect?
From $1,150, KenandDanaDesign.com