Bridal sets have always held a special place in the world of matrimony. These sets, which are composed of paired engagement rings and wedding bands, symbolize the union of two individuals and the promise of a shared future. The exchange of these bridal rings during a wedding ceremony means the public declaration of commitment and the formation of a new family.

Those sets of rings that are pledged to forever, are carefully selected for our bridal sets collection. We offer a wide selection of moissanite bridal sets with lab-diamond options so that you can freely choose and match the ones that suit your style and taste the most. Whether you are drawn to traditional aesthetics, prefer non-conventional designs or embrace a contemporary minimalist approach, our collection caters to diverse preferences by leaving room for your creativity. Each ring is crafted to become visible marks of joyous celebrations, quiet moments of understanding and hearts beating as one.

Bridal Sets FAQs

Bridal set rings are matched collections of jewelry that are designed to be worn together on wedding day. These time-honored symbols usually consist of a matching engagement ring and wedding band. Although they are traditionally designed for a harmonious and complementary aesthetic, matching doesn’t necessarily imply identical. You can add your interpretation and mix and match rings yourself however you like to create your own personalized and unique pair.

It depends on personal preferences. However, traditions suggest that you wear your bridal ring set on the ring finger of your left hand. Slipping the engagement ring on first, closest to the hand, and the wedding band on top is also a widely accepted custom.

A typical bridal set consists of an engagement ring and a wedding band.

A bridal set refers to a combination of an engagement ring and a matching wedding band that are designed to be worn together. On the other hand, a wedding set may include the engagement ring, wedding band, and sometimes an additional band which is often referred to as an anniversary or eternity band.

Traditionally, the engagement ring is worn first in a bridal set. It is placed on the ring finger of the left hand and followed by the wedding band.