Band regret? Please share your opinion. (WAY TOO PIC HEAVY)

posted 1 year ago in Rings
  • poll: Your thoughts???
    Your current set is better. : (83 votes)
    38 %
    Your imaginary set is better. : (32 votes)
    15 %
    It's not worth risking FH's feelings. He could be crushed. : (48 votes)
    22 %
    I think your FH will understand if you explain that you just want to bring out the e-ring. : (18 votes)
    8 %
    Just hold on for an anniversary or something. : (30 votes)
    14 %
    Other (see below) : (8 votes)
    4 %
  • Member
    248 posts
    Helper bee

    noooooo, I love your rings! I think they look fine, though I can see what you mean. Could they perhaps be soldered together and the centre stone of the e-ring moved to the centre (if that makes any sense at all. Or perhaps a thing rose gold band to stack between the two so that the main stone pops more? I think stacking would give you the most versatility, that way if you change your mind nothing is permanent. I have wedding band regret, and change my mind daily at the moment.  Sometimes goign through the motions makes you realise you’re happy with what you’ve got :)  

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    816 posts
    Busy bee

    I have an idea!  My problem with the one tha you have is that it is so matchy..  But if you were to solder them together, but offset it, so that it’s a back and forth pattern, I think it would look awesome!  Hope fully that made sense..

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    Busy bee

    I like the post about stacking them. I love a stacked look– best of both worlds?

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    816 posts
    Busy bee

    Let’s look past the crappy photoshop attempt and look at the pattern of the bands!  :)

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    490 posts
    Helper bee

    Noooo the set you have now is gorgeous. And I love shared prong eternity bands (it’s what I have), but that would look really bad with your ering. It just wouldn’t work. If anything I’d go for a plain band, if you don’t like what you have, but I think what you have is perfect.

    I second the idea of adding a spacer.

    Anyway if you must change the band (noooo! Lol), definitely wait for a special anniversary at least. It’s not worth hurting your FI over.

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    Busy Beekeeper

    I love it but if you think the bands don’t quite match, how about adding a stacking band between?

     

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    Sugar Beekeeper

    your current band looks way better than a shared prong eternity band. 

    if you really want that eternity band, wait for an anniversary and wear it as a rhr.  not with your set.

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    366 posts
    Helper bee

    I love the set as it is!  It’s gorgeous and I think that matching is the way to go!

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    248 posts
    Helper bee

    @gangqinjia: 

    @frommisstomrs.:  

     

    Where have you all learnt this photoshop malarky?? I am such a technophobe. I wish I could photoshop you a thin plain rose gold band between the two so that you can see what I mean (wedding band bottom, plain band, e-ring top) but that’s not going to happen anytime this decade:) 

    I retract my suggestion about soldering lol – they are just too beautiful individual to put together permanently.I like the offset look mind – would the rings stay like that without being soldered, or do they have a tendency to twist throughout the day? 

     

    EDIT: If you go down to comment 10 you can kinda see what I mean http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/traditional-vs-unusual-wedding-band 

     

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