Post # 1
Ok here is the dilemma! My husband got my first wedding band for me (a .50 band) to go well with my 1.25 blue diamond center stone in a .50 beautiful setting and then decided to get me another one (.50 band) for our 5 year mark this year. So I went online looking for the same one he bought me before (it was bought on Ebay from a GREAT reliable seller) and I thought I found the right one that matched perfect. Well I got the ring in the mail yesterday and noticed the band size is a bit thicker so the ring looks a bit bigger than the first one. So they are not the same size. I don’t know if it’s extremely noticeable and looks bad. So I thought I would get opinions on here!! Please tell me your thoughts. I really like the size of the new band and there is nothing I can really do about the different sizes of the bands so I might just be stuck with it. I am hoping I can get use to it and it won’t drive me insane!! Any way here are photos, tell me your thoughts! Thanks ladies! Any opinions or pictures of your beautiful sets will help!
This is kinda a side view of what the 2 bands look like with the engagement ring. The first wedding band is on top and the newer one is on bottom.
Post # 3
I don’t think it’s very noticable at all, lovely rings! 🙂 But if it bothers you, maybe you should place the smaller band ‘on the inside’ (switch them around), I suspect that visually it will balance itself out that way.
Post # 4
i could only tell when you put the two side by side, i definitely couldn’t really see it at all when they were split by your e-ring.
ALSO what a gorgeous set!!! i love it!!! the eternity bands look like they were made just for your e-ring.
Post # 5
I did not notice until they were side by side. I don’t think anyone would ever notice but you.
Post # 6
You really can’t tell in the first pic. Second pic you can, just wear them as a set of 3 🙂
Post # 7
No one else would ever notice! But I’m OCD and it would bother me if it were mine :/ I actually like the look of the new ring with your ering better as they are closer in band thickness than your original set! What if you wore the old wedding band in between the two?
Post # 8
When the e-ring is in between them, you cant even tell.
Post # 9
When you wear them with the e-ring I can’t tell a difference at all. They look great!
Post # 10
You can’t tell with the e-ring and now you can figure out which one is which I would kinda be sad if couldn’t tell what one was for what occasion (I’m sure theres different Jewelers marksinside but still -_- ) Absolutely beautiful set !!
Post # 11
I can see when they’re next to eachother, but not when they’re around the e-ring. Since I can’t imagine you’d ever wear both of them and not the e-ring, I wouldn’t worry if I were you (but if it were me, yes, I’d stress, because I’m a ridiculous perfectionist, and just knowing they’re not the same would bother me, but I have problems :-p)
PS I love your set!!!!!!!
Post # 12
IT looks perfectly fine with your ering! i love our set its gorgeous!
Post # 14
I couldn’t tell at all with the e-ring, and it’s barely noticeable with them together.
BEAUTIFUL set, by the way. I love blue stones!