top 5 wedding ring trends 2023

Wedding Ring Styles: Top Trends of 2023

We are very excited to see a shift in jewelry designs this new year! 2023 is all about larger, bolder styles. Today we will look at the top 5 wedding band trends for this year. If you have any questions or custom jewelry requests, please reach out to us at! You can also check out ready to order wedding bands on our website

Check out our Top 5 Engagement Ring Trends for 2023!

Eternity Bands 

Eternity bands have always been a crowd favorite. It is a simple yet flashy way of decking out your wedding band. The type of eternity bands that get requested the most are Pave, which essentially exposes the most diamonds and the least amount of gold.

Eternity Pave Wedding Band

However, we probably will be seeing less of Pave and more of chunkier forms of eternity bands. The Pave design is definitely part of the dainty, minimalistic look that is slowly starting to fade out. Nevertheless, eternity bands are a great option if you are interested in a timeless look!

 We have a lot of eternity band options on our website. However, if you are looking for something more specific, send us an email on for any custom requests or queries.

Thicker Bands

Wider cigar bands are taking the market by storm! This design shies away from the ultra-feminine look of the past 5-10 years, and completely leaning into a bolder, more masculine, everyday look.

Thick band wedding ring

The beauty of this style is that it can be decked out with diamonds, worn with your engagement ring, or left as is. It is simple, yet loud. Exactly what one would look for in their everyday ring.  

With thick bands, however, make sure to choose a comfort fit. Other styles may be a little harsh on your fingers.

We are very excited to start designing maximalist pieces! If you are interested in thicker bands, please reach out to us on and we can get started on creating it together!

Twisted bands

Twisted bands are the ultimate middle ground between the minimalism and maximalism. They are dainty and feminine, yet can adhere to the coming maximalist designs. There are endless varying designs: a simple gold twist, diamonds along one band, diamonds along both bands, or mixing yellow and gold.

Twisted Gold Ring

This is a design that pairs extremely well with a classic solitaire, or even be worn alone. Twisted bands are definitely a safe and timeless choice!

Check out our website for possible options, but do not hesitate to contact us with what you are looking for on Fine+Flux specializes in custom designs and personalized pieces, we would be happy to work with your needs and budget to create the perfect wedding band.

Stacking rings

As Iris Apfel famously remarked: “More is more and less is a bore.” Stacking rings are a playful way of creating multiple styles for your weddings band(s).

Stacking ring collection

You can incorporate Pave, with bright cuts, bezel setting; any and all of your favorite designs. When you stack your rings, mixing designs and even colors become more visually appealing than when you mix those components in just one or two bands. A fun way to build a stacking collection is to get a new wedding band every anniversary!

 We have a number of options perfect for stacking, however, if you want to create a personalized collection, we can do that! Send us an email on and we would be happy to help!

Extra Thick Eternity Bands

Unlike the previously mentioned eternity bands, this style has a more bold and imposing look to it. Thick eternity bands move away from smaller diamonds and hidden prongs. This design displays large pieces of diamonds along the band with visible prongs and designs on the bands.

Thick Eternity Rings

The jewelry industry has been able to attain such designs because of lab grown diamonds. If you were to buy a ring that is encircled completely with large pieces of natural diamonds, the price would be a lot less affordable.

It is important to make sure that the diamonds on your eternity band do not circumference the entire band. Rather, only cover three quarters of it and leave one quarter of band alone. This is to make it easier, as well as cheaper, to resize your ring. Many women have fluctuating weight throughout their lives, especially due to pregnancies. Therefore, resizing your wedding ring is very likely to happen. 

If you are interested in creating a custom engagement ring, send us an email at You can also view our custom jewelry gallery to see our latest pieces. 0% interest payment plans available upon request.


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