Welcome to final day of Masculine Gender week! All this week I had posts that were related to the masculine gender whether you consider yourself a “groom” or a “bride” and I hope that they were useful for you.
I’ll be using the words “groom” and “groomsman” to refer to those who identify with the masculine gender for convenience’s sake. Please know that I will be featuring ALL types of grooms no matter their sexual orientation and identity. If you are a reader of this blog, you will know that I believe that anyone who loves and wishes to make a formal commitment of that love are celebrated here.
Masculine wedding jewelry is following a similar trend in the overall wedding industry: doing things YOUR way. Personal style is what makes a wedding more than just a party, it makes it an experience for you and your guests. I am a planner all about a couple expressing their love in the way they see fit, whether a traditional fete at the Four Seasons or a backyard DIY affair. So, why not bring that same attitude to a ring you will hopefully we wearing for the rest of your life? Grooms now have a pethora of choices when it comes to their wedding bands (don’t even get me started on the whole one-ring ceremony thing a la Prince William). Here are some of what’s available to you guys. Don’t settle for convention if you don’t want to. It’s YOUR day too.
$34 – bikerringshop.com