Wedding Rings

From classic gold to twinkling pave styles, complete the circle of love with our collection of divinely stylish and timeless wedding rings.

Wedding Rings

Get ready to say ‘I do’ with Grahams’ extensive wedding rings collection.

An emblem of love, wedding rings are a symbol of a couple’s devotion to each other and the vow they have made to spend the rest of their lives loving and cherishing one another. It is a tradition that has existed in cultures all over the world for thousands of years. These rings are truly one of a kind. 

Many engagement rings will often have a matching wedding ring, so ensure you or your partner’s jewellery pairs together seamlessly by investing in a band that aims to coordinate with an engagement ring.

Coming in all shapes, sizes, precious metals, and ring styles, whether you’re into gold rings, silver rings, white gold rings, rose gold rings, or something else, you’re guaranteed to find the perfect expertly crafted piece for you and your partner to symbolise your commitment to one another. Keep it minimal with a plain metal band, add some sparkle with diamond rings or go edgy with an unconventional shape or pattern.

Add an extra personal touch to your rings by having you and your partner’s initials engraved on the inside of the band or add a special quote that really resonates with the both of you.

Types of wedding rings 

There are many different types of wedding rings to choose from so that you can find your perfect piece. The wedding ring that you choose will depend on many factors including your engagement ring. If you plan on wearing your engagement and wedding rings as a pair, then you should consider how they will look together when shopping for your wedding band. 

Plain bands

Plain wedding bands are very popular for both men and women. They are a fantastic choice if you want to keep the focus all on your engagement ring, or if you have a very extravagant engagement ring. A plain band is a timeless and classic choice that you can’t go wrong with. They usually consist of simple metal such as gold, silver, white gold or platinum and come in a range of widths so that you can match your engagement ring. 

Diamond Rings

For those who want to add glamour to their look, you may want to add diamonds to your wedding band. Pave rings feature a line of stones across the wedding band that creates a wonderful touch of glitter to your bridal set. Pave rings look amazing when paired with both bold and more simple rings, they are versatile and are the perfect addition to any bridal set that is made of sparkle. You can also find wedding bands that adorn a smaller amount of diamonds in various settings and designs. 

Engraved Rings 

Engraved rings are a great way to make your wedding ring extra special and personal to you and your partner. Whether you have a plain band or diamond band, you can get the inside of the ring engraved. Some choose to engrave their last name, a special date or initials. 

How to wear wedding rings 

Choose the right finger

In most cultures, it is tradition to wear engagement and wedding rings on the ring finger of the left hand. However, it is becoming more popular to wear rings on the right finger, or even a finger completely different! For people who work a lot with their hands, you may need to consider which hand and finger will be the most practical. 

Get the correct size 

Make sure that you get the correct ring size. It should fit comfortably on the finger without being too tight, and too loose. You don’t want the ring to slip off of your finger, nor do you want it to be uncomfortable to wear consistently. You can check your ring size with a ring size guide or head into store to get sized by our friendly and helpful team members.  


There are many ways that people wear their wedding and engagement rings. At the altar, it is traditional to slide the wedding band on top of the engagement ring and for the set to be worn in this order. Others choose not to wear their engagement ring on their wedding day, sliding the wedding band on first, and then the engagement ring afterwards. Depending on the design of your rings and how they sit together will also determine the order that you wear your bridal rings. 

Commemorate the major milestones such as the birth of a baby or significant anniversaries throughout your life together with matching eternity rings or promise rings that will let the whole world know that your relationship is infinite. They are expertly crafted! 

Discover the biggest range of wedding bands, engagement rings, bridal sets and more in one of our jewellery stores across Adelaide and online. You'll be pleasantly surprised by our customer service. Sparkle now and pay later with Grahams’ various finance options available through Afterpay, Zip and humm as well as Latitude Interest Free and receive free shipping when you spend $69 or more in a single online order.

How much should you spend on wedding rings?

Unlike engagement rings which couples will typically save up 2-3 months worth of their salary to buy, there really are no rules. While some can spend upwords of $1000 dollars on their wedding rings, some couples spend as little as $50. It is all dependent of what is in your budget and the style of wedding ring you want. 

Who pays for the wedding rings?

According to The Knot, it is tradition for couples to buy their wedding rings for eachother. However, it is really up to the couple who pays for the wedding rings. 

What finger do the wedding rings go on?

In many western cultures it is traditional to wear the wedding rings on the fourth digit of the left hand-the same as the engagement ring. However, in certain Eastern-European cultures it is typically worn on the fourth digit of the right hand. Some couples will wear their engagement ring on one hand and their wedding ring on there other, while others will wear their wedding ring on the same finger as their engagement ring on the side that is closest to the knuckle. 

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