Posts Tagged ‘Wedding Bands’

And They Lived Camo-ly Ever After

Tuesday, October 6th, 2015

Deluxe camouflage wedding ring for the groom designed by Kingsfield. Available at Camo Ever AfterIs it coincidence that the fall wedding season overlaps with the kickoff of hunting season? We think not. We’re huge supporters of grooms incorporating hobbies into the wedding — especially when it comes to the love of the great outdoors. Whether you’re a hunter, shooting enthusiast or just a good ‘ol country boy, you’ll love the collection of camo wedding bands we recently discovered on CamoEverAfter.com.

Camo Ever After boasts an impressive collection of quality-crafted, handsome camo rings designed with the outdoorsman in mind. You can sort rings by style, price and brand to find the perfect match for your personality. The collection is crafted here in the good ‘ol US of A from a variety of durable metals including cobalt, titanium and tungsten. This provides the guarantee of long-lasting quality in addition to a handsome look that the bride will love too.

Buying your wedding band can be a stressful process. You are, after all, committing to a ring that you’ll wear for the rest of your life. Because of this, Camo Ever After’s jewelry experts have also created a series of helpful guides on nailing the correct fit and size so you don’t have to mess with adjustments after the big day. They also have a lowest price guarantee that beats any competitor’s rate by $5. Their rings may be camouflage but there’s no hiding the fact that a visit to Camo Ever After is well worth your time.

Is your groom a lover of the great outdoors? Check out this handsome camo ring from Camo Ever After

Shop hundreds of camo wedding rings at CamoEverAfter.com

Connect with Camo Ever After on their Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest pages. They also have a blog that’s chock-full of valuable wedding advice and creative ideas for both the bride and groom. Happy hunting!

Spotted: Camo Wedding Bands for the Groom

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

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Finding the right wedding band can often be a daunting prospect for many guys who aren’t used to wearing jewelry. Not loving some of the traditional wedding rings you’ve seen out there, grooms? Worried they all look the same or won’t stand up to everyday wear and tear? Relax; today’s post is just for you.

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We recently discovered this cool line of camo wedding bands (that’s right, camo!) from Tungsten World. Perfect for members of the military, hunters, outdoorsmen, or anyone looking for a truly unique wedding band, these rings not only look tough, but are made of extra-durable tungsten carbide or cobalt chrome.

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The exclusive camouflage patterns of these rugged tungsten rings for men are laser engraved directly onto the rings, which remain smooth and comfortable to wear. Available in 6mm or 8mm widths, the camo wedding bands come in a choice of ring styles including domed, pipe-cut or beveled tungsten and cobalt chrome, to fit your individual taste.

Which one of these wedding bands would you wear on the big day? Tell us in the comment section below.

Trend Watch: Men’s Wedding Bands and Accessories

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

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As brides everywhere (and of course, ZZ Top) will attest, there’s nothing better than seeing a sharp-dressed man waiting at the end of the aisle. Grooms, to ensure you look your best on the big day, it’s essential to plan your wedding look ahead of time and pay attention to details, and your accessories are no exception. Start with your most important accessory — your wedding band — and build from there.

Still searching for the right wedding band? If you want a ring that not only looks good, but makes you feel good, check out award-winning designer Danhov. Its collections include eco-friendly, handcrafted engagement rings constructed from a single wire without using molds or harsh chemicals, as well as bold and modern men’s wedding bands (pictured above). See Danhov’s range of wedding band designs here.

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If you’re looking for a classic or vintage-inspired design with a bit of flash, check out the Natalie K Beau collection (pictured above). The fine jewelry designer’s diamond-studded men’s options feature precious metals and quality craftsmanship.

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Once you’ve chosen your ring, adding a coordinating watch can really top off your look — and keep you on time for the big day’s events. Luxury Swiss Made Watches offers a wide selection of fine timepieces, from solid gold watches with diamond accents to stainless steel diving watches, from major brands like Breitling, Cartier, Chanel, Chopard, MonteBlanc, Omega, Rolex, TAG Heuer and more.

Guys, what style of wedding band or watch are you considering sporting on your wedding day? Tell us in the comment section below.

The Best of the Web for Grooms – July 25, 2014

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

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Just in case you were wondering if you should invite wedding guests via text, the answer is usually no. However, for this bride, it made for the one of the best wedding photos ever. Kristen sent a group text inviting friends to her wedding photo shoot and barbeque in England, but managed to accidentally invite a stranger as well. When she realized what she had done, she explained the invite was a mistake. The stranger’s response? “We still coming.” Priceless. Just like the resulting photo.

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Looking for a wedding band, grooms? We recently discovered Infinity Tungsten, which offers a wide selection of comfortable, manly wedding bands. These surprisingly affordable, hypo-allergenic rings are made of tungsten carbide, which is known for its strength — you can even drive over them. Trust us; it’s happened. Check out Infinity Tungsten’s designs here.

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The look on the groom’s face as the bride first walks down the aisle at their wedding is one she’ll never forget. And thanks to these amazing photographers, neither will you. Check out these grooms’ wonderfully candid reactions as their brides approach them.

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Want to surprise your significant other with an amazing wedding? Whether your dream wedding is an intimate beach affair, a rooftop fete, a Vegas spectacle, or a ballroom fairytale, Doron Ofir Casting is casting for a new TV show that will provide a surprise wedding for a couple who has been unable to set the date. Entrants must be at least 18 years old and have been in a committed relationship with their significant other long enough to know they’re ready to tie the knot. Good luck!

See any groom-centric content or links this week? Share them with us in the comment section below.

The Groom’s Three Wedding Day Bands

Friday, July 5th, 2013

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Your wedding day is all about you and your lucky bride. But it is also about the three B’s, which in this case are the band that plays your reception, the band your fiancée is ready to put on your finger and the cummerbund you are stuck squeezing around your fat gut. You want to know you made the right choice for all three of these Bs.

To find a killer band to perform at your wedding, you first have to determine what you and your bride want in your band. Do you want a band that performs original songs, cover songs or both? What kind of music do you prefer? If the wife-to-be hates country music, do yourself a favor and don’t book a country music band. Otherwise your wedding night could be kind of lonely.

When you know what you want in a band, ask around for recommendations. If you know someone who has recently gotten married or someone who is in a band, ask them to recommend a great band for your wedding. Sometimes word of mouth is the most honest form of advertising out there.

Once you have some bands in mind, contact each band and discuss your needs with them. If you come to a formal agreement, make sure you get it in writing; otherwise you might be in for an unpleasant surprise on your wedding day.

Speaking of your wedding day, the next of the three Bs is your wedding band. Not the one you hopefully just hired, but the one your beloved will put on your ring finger as a symbolic part of the happiest day of your life.

Be prepared for the fact that you and your lovely bride picking out your wedding bands will rank right up there among the happiest days of her life, if not yours too. If you hate shopping as much as most men do, you will likely want to get this shopping trip done as soon as possible so you can get home to your big screen TV and your favorite sports network. Just remember that the wedding band you pick out will be on your ring finger every day for the rest of your life, so you might as well take the time to find one you won’t mind wearing.

Every guy wants a manly looking wedding band as opposed to one that looks like it belongs on his bride-to-be. You want your wedding band to be as tough and bad ass as you are, or at least as tough and bad ass as you want people to think you are. While she can probably find a wedding band pretty easily, you might not have as many decent choices. This is why lots of men buy their soon to be bride’s wedding band at a brick-and-mortar jewelry store but buy their own online.  In addition to the traditional gold and platinum wedding bands, the very manly men’s tungsten wedding bands are available in a variety of designs, metal combinations and lazer etching. You can see an example here.

Once you have the first two Bs picked out, it’s time for the most uncomfortable B of all, the cummerbund. While you may not want to wear one on your wedding day at all, chances are your fiancée has already acquired you one that is the exact same color as her bridesmaid’s dresses. This is because women have this compulsion to have everything match everything else on their wedding day. So as much as you know you don’t want to squeeze your gut into a cummerbund, you know you’re going to have to anyway. Because the last thing you want on your wedding day is a ticked off bride-to-be.

By Vincent La Rosa, TungstenWorld.com

Will you be shopping online for your wedding bands? Tell us why or why not in the comment section below.

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