Her husband is a rock climber, so she knew his wedding band would have to be able to take a beating against any type of rock. At the same time, it was his wedding band so she wanted it to look classy, too. She chose a titanium band, because it met both criteria. Titanium is a good choice for less outdoorsy people as well. Here are some reasons why.
Strength and durability
Because a wedding band represents your relationship, you want it to last for years and years. Titanium is a metal that is used for many purposes, all of which require a metal with incredible strength. Aircraft, battleships, missiles, surgical instruments, and joint replacements are all constructed with titanium for strength and durability. If it’s strong enough for the military, it can handle anything your fingers can force it to endure.
In case you are beginning to think that a titanium band sounds too manly for your bride, think again. Titanium is as strong as steel, but it is significantly lighter. A female finger would only be overwhelmed by the metal if a bulky design was chosen; it would have nothing to do with the titanium.
Titanium makes lasting airplanes and provides salt water resistance to the surface of naval vessels, but it also makes beautiful jewelry. Precious stones can be in-laid, a variety of finishes offer a variety of looks, and the metal can be heated to display any imaginable color, making design options limitless.
For years, yellow gold was the precious metal of choice for wedding bands, because it represented the precious value of the relationship the ring represented. Given what you now know about titanium, think of all the symbolic representations the metal offers: strength, durability, beauty, and a resistance to decay (i.e. rust). May your marriage also display those characteristics.
Disclosure: As I said, this is a sponsored post so there was compensation involved.