On average, wedding rings cost anywhere from £100 to £3000, depending on the design of the ring, the type and quality of metal, and whether there are any diamonds or other gemstones.
As much as you want! The good news is that wedding rings are not as pricy as engagement rings as there are no rules on how much you should spend – it’s been tradition to spend between 2 and 3 months' salary on an engagement ring.
The most popular style of wedding ring is a plain simple wedding band. Typically wedding bands are made out of yellow gold but nowadays you can find them made in other metals such as platinum or rose gold instead depending on your tastes. Other popular styles include eternity rings as well – diamonds inlaid around the entire band.
This is of personal preference, however, because your wedding ring traditionally sits closer to your heart than your engagement ring will, it’s a good idea to take it off that finger temporarily. May couples switch the engagement ring to the same finger on the right hand or leave them in a safe place at home. If you’re going to be taking close-up photos of your hands, you might want to remove your engagement ring a day or so before the wedding so you don’t have any ring marks on your finger for the photos.