Ready to tie the knot? You’ll need an amazing wedding ring to make things official. If you’re on a budget, consider looking into some of the beautiful cheap diamond wedding rings we’ve listed here. We’ve looked through tons of amazing wedding bands and put together a list of our top ten. If you’re new to the ring market, we’ve included some info that might be helpful on your hunt.
Metal: Depending on your preference, you may like sterling silver or gold. Gold is always a great choice for a long-lasting and beautiful band, but sterling silver can provide relief for sensitive skin and a budget price. Consider this when choosing a metal for your band.
Diamond: Many of the rings included in our list are made with natural diamonds, but we’ve included some simulated ones to offer some budget options.
Carats: The carats are good indicators of the size and quality of the diamonds. Choosing a diamond with a higher carat value may result in a higher price tag, so be careful when choosing your carat value.
Gender: We’ve included an info box on whether these bands are for men or women, so you can quickly scan through our list if you’re searching for something specific. We’ve included rings for both genders.
Stone Colors: Many of the rings on our list include beautiful and classic white diamonds but some come with accents of color or different kinds of stones. If you’re looking for something a little different in color, check out this box.
Setting: The setting can be different on all rings. The most common setting on our list is prong, which involves setting the diamond in the band with little prongs that hold the stone in place from the back.
Beautiful diamond bands are hard to come by and lucky for you we’ve made it incredibly easy with this list. Our top and budget picks are great places to start, they’re our favorite by far out of the ones we’ve chosen. We’ve also included eight other picks if those aren’t quite your style. We know there are some gems on this list, so have fun browsing through.
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019