See Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici's Neil Lane Wedding Rings!

Engagement Rings, TV & Movies
Bachelor Wedding Rings Neil Lane Sean and Catherine

Photo: Courtesy of Neil Lane

We loved watching last season's adorable Bachelor couple, Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici, get married this past Sunday—and we took in every gorgeous wedding-planning detail. (Not to mention the star-studded guests, and of course, tearful ceremony.) But one thing that was easily missed while vows were exchanged was a good look at the couple's custom Neil Lane wedding rings.

Now, we can see them up close! Catherine's diamond-studded rose gold wedding band is a stunner, to say the least, and is perfectly complemented by Sean's two-tone rose gold and white gold wedding band.

We're not surprised by the choice of metals, considering that rose gold is an emerging trend in wedding jewelry—even last season's Bachelorette and current bride-to-be Desiree Hartsock is rocking a two-tone, platinum and rose gold engagement ring!

For brides, a simple diamond-studded eternity band is as classic as it is eye-catching. It's also a great way to add some extra bling to an understated solitaire (or, if you're one of those go-big-or-go-home kind of girls, a great way to make your bridal set ultra-glam). Plus, rose gold complements nearly every skin tone, and as can be seen on Des's sparkler, and mixes well with other metals. Below, a few bands that will give you the same glam effect as Catherine's:

David Yurman Rose Gold Wedding Ring

Photo: Courtesy of David Yurman

Style WR3002 8RADI7, 18K rose gold wedding band with diamonds, $4,150, David Yurman

Bario Neal Rose Gold Wedding Ring

Photo: Courtesy of Bario Neal

Channel narrow band in 14K rose gold with 2mm width and .25 carats of diamonds, $1,120, Bario-Neal

Bario Neal Rose Gold Wedding Ring

Photo: Courtesy of Kwiat

Style 28029, 18K rose gold band with 1.26 carats of diamonds, $4,850, Kwiat

For grooms, we love little details that make a standard wedding band stand out. To deviate from the norm, look for two-tone metals, a la Sean's, or even a hidden stone. And one last note: choosing a matching element for both of your rings, like a touch of rose gold, is a great way to tie the two together and help make your rings as meaningful and unique as the commitment they represent!

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