Men's wedding rings have become increasingly popular in the past several decades. The male wedding ring is usually part of a pair that the bride and groom exchange during the wedding ceremony to complete their vows. Men's rings are traditionally thicker than women's wedding rings, but there is no set style. They are most often a simple band of platinum, yellow gold, or white gold that pairs with the bride's ring, but they can also be set with small diamonds, gemstones, or textured designs. Other types of metals, such as palladium, titanium, tungsten, and stainless steel, are growing in popularity for men’s wedding rings.