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57% of Brides Don’t Love Their Wedding Rings, Here’s How to Make Sure She Does

SOMERSET, NJ – According to a recent survey by David’s Bridal, 57% of women are not satisfied with their wedding rings. A great solution to this dilemma is to have a light but honest conversation about preferences for stone shape and ring style before the purchase. Venus Jewelers of Franklin Township, NJ, is seeing a huge uptick in couples starting their engagement journey together to gather information and learn each other’s preferences.

Venus Jewelers is hosting I Do. Wedding Band Weekend, an engagement ring and wedding band show featuring hundreds of ring styles on Friday, April 9 and Saturday, April 10. It’s the perfect setting for couples entering the engagement or wedding ring arena to learn, browse, and shop. Bridal experts will be readily available to help guide couples on the most important things to think about when purchasing engagement and wedding rings.

“We find that the final details of the ring and the proposal still very much remain a surprise. That’s still sacred. But a gentle idea about what is important to our partners on the ring they’ll be wearing forever is so helpful when there’s so much out there to choose from,” says Jason The Gemologist, Chief Bridal Specialist and Instagram influencer.  

Couples can browse the area’s largest selection of engagement rings and wedding bands at the absolute best prices of the year. Register at https://www.venusjewelers.com/wedding-band-weekend/ for 20% off wedding bands, craft beer, and giveaways.

Venus Jewelers is a fifth-generation family-owned business that has been in operation for forty-two years at its present location in Somerset, NJ. Venus is known for a vast designer engagement ring selection, one-of-a-kind custom rings, repair services and as direct diamond importers. They were voted "Best of the Best" jeweler by the Somerset County Reader’s Choice Contest eight years in a row.

More information is available online: www.venusjewelers.com.

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