Wedding rings are commonly exchanged by the bride and groom during the wedding ceremony to signify their commitment to each other. While some wedding ring styles are meant to be worn on the same finger as the engagement ring as a pair, other styles can stand alone on a different finger. Traditional wedding rings are made solely of metal and match nicely with a wide variety of engagement rings. More elaborate wedding bands are set with diamonds or a combination of diamonds and gemstones. These diamond bands are usually specifically designed to match the bride's engagement ring style. Sometimes referred to as "eternity rings", diamond wedding rings are also given as anniversary gifts and offer a stunning visual impact when worn.