Wedding rings, also known as wedding bands, are a symbol of love, commitment, and union between two people. These rings are typically exchanged during a wedding ceremony and are worn by both the bride and groom as a sign of their commitment to each other. Wedding rings can be made from a variety of materials, including gold, platinum, and palladium. The most popular metal for wedding rings is gold, which is available in different karats, including 9k, 18k. Platinum is a popular choice due to its durability and resistance to tarnishing.