Source: Yulia Gursoy\/Shutterstock.com\nWhile planning a wedding, you’ll want to order your wedding bands early. It’s a small task that can easily creep up on you! The worst thing is getting two weeks away from your wedding and realizing you haven’t bought your rings yet. If you are in the market for wedding bands, you’re probably looking for something that goes well with your solitaire engagement ring. Luckily, we’ve put together some great wedding band options that pair well with solitaire engagement rings! \n1. Simple silicone: Silicone wedding bands are a staple of the future. A simple yet elegant solitaire engagement ring looks great set against a simple white silicone wedding band for women, or even a brighter color, such as magenta. Either way, you can’t go wrong with a silicone band! If you live an active lifestyle or you work as a first responder or a service member, having a silicone band to wear while on the job can protect your solitaire engagement ring from harm. \nBrowse Our Women's Stackable Rings Perfect to Match Any Engagement Ring\n2. Engraved with love: A wedding band that’s engraved will always look good with any engagement ring, especially a solitaire. It adds something extra to the simple engagement ring, and it makes your wedding band feel deeply personal. Your band can be engraved with a variety of items, such as quotes from books or TV shows, your favorite Bible verse or even your wedding date. An engraved wedding band is a special piece perfect for anyone who likes personalized items because it’s entirely unique to you and your marriage!\n3. Wrapped: If your heart is set on wearing a metal wedding band, consider getting a wrap band, also known as a ring enhancer. Wrap bands require you to place the engagement ring inside them – part of the band is hollowed out. It’s slightly larger than a regular wedding band because it has to be wide enough for your engagement ring to sit in. You also cannot wear the band by itself, but it’s a great way to ensure the two pieces never get separated, and you can wear the engagement ring by itself if you’d like. Some brides will choose to actually have their engagement rings soldered into their wrap band as well so they only have one piece. Truly up to you!\nSource: attem\/Shutterstock.com\n4. Textured: Textured wedding bands, especially silicone ones, look great with solitaire engagement rings. They add a unique design element to your simple solitaire. We have a variety of women’s stackable rings that look great with all diamond engagement rings. One of the best parts is you can get the stackable set to wear after you’re married and keep the diamond ring for special occasions! This is important if you travel frequently or you’re worried about damaging your diamond ring. By wearing a silicone ring for everyday use, you can actually keep your diamond engagement ring in better condition over the years. \nLearn How to Wear Engagement Ring and Wedding Band in Our Guide!\n5. Floral: A wedding band with flowers engraved or overlaid onto it is a unique pairing with a solitaire engagement ring. If you’re into floral patterns or want a wedding band that looks uniquely feminine, a floral band is perfect for you. The interesting design will have others marveling at your wedding band each time they see it. Besides, your band is yours – so choose one that will make you smile!\n6. Wide: A wide wedding band looks great with a solitaire engagement ring, especially if you chose a thin band for your solitaire. The contrast between the two is eye-catching and unique. \n\nSource: Almarina\/Shutterstock.com\n7. Mixed Metals: Feel free to consider choosing a different metal for your wedding band as you did for your engagement ring to really make each piece stand out. In reality, your wedding band and engagement ring send two different messages – your engagement ring symbolizes your commitment to eventually marrying someone and your wedding band shows you followed through on that commitment and will stay married to that person for years to come. Don’t be afraid to let them stand on their own!\n8. Notched: A notched wedding band might also be known as a cut-out wedding band. Depending on the shape of your solitaire, the notched wedding band will follow that shape. Completely straight around, it features a cut-out in the top center part to accommodate your diamond shape. That way, it sits right up against your engagement ring without any space between the two rings. When learning how to wear engagement ring and wedding band, it’s important to keep the space between your rings in mind.