Post # 1
I just saw a post where a Bee said she was not planning to wear her e-ring and wedding band at the same time and it reminded me of a conversation I had with my SO last night, he asked me “what happens to your e-ring when we get married, do you wear it on the other hand?” I thought it was an odd question because I’ve never known anyone NOT to wear both.. I told him I would be wearing both on my left ring finger..
So do or will you you only wear one and not the other? If so please explain why!
Post # 3
Ive seen people wear their ering on the left and wedding band on the right. But usually I see them together or at least a wedding band on.
For the ceremony I will wear my ering on my right hand as my fi has requested my band go straight on, all the way 🙂
Post # 4
Of course! But sometimes I’ll wear just the wedding band. A sparkly and delicate ring is not suitable for every occasion.
But my simple wedding band? It will virtually never come off. I can hardly wait!
Post # 5
I didn’t vote because a) I’m not married quite yet so I’m only wearing the ering for now and b) I haven’t decided yet. I love my ering now, but secretly really disliked it when I received it (I really wanted a white gold, low-profile, 3 stone, art nouveau type ring – I know I’m not picky at all, lol!). What I got is a white gold, high profile, oval diamond in a halo setting. The problem is that there is a basket (I think that’s what it’s called anyway) underneath the halo setting that would make it impossible to wear a wedding band flush next to it. I had originally wanted just a simple band, but decided, what the hell, since nothing will really go with this ring, I’m going to pick a band that I really love all on its own. So I ended up picking out a rose gold band with diamonds wrapping halfway around. They don’t match at all. I think I could potentially still wear them together if I really wanted to regardless of the large gap and different colored gold.
Also, as a future social worker (only one more year to go for my MSW- yay!), I want the option to be able to wear a less flashy banI on a day-to-day basis.
There’s my long-winded explanation 🙂
here are some pictures for reference:
Post # 6
I was planning on wearing my e-ring on my right hand and my wedding ring on my left hand, but so far I have only worn my wedding ring! I’m sure I will wear them both sometimes, but right now I’m just enjoying my wedding ring. :]
Post # 7
I wear both together on my left hand ring finger, everyday.
Post # 8
I wear both together on my left hand ring finger everyday as well
Post # 9
I’m not sure yet. My e-ring is a shape that looks super awkward beside a straight band (in profile pic), so I was thinking that I would just get a wide, stand-alone band with a design of some kind. But, I also think I’ll have stand-ins/stackers to add onto “RHRs” worn on my left hand, and switch it up a lot.
I’m not too particular about wearing ONE ring ALL the time. This probably comes form my mom, who had a wedding band that broke and she never got it fixed, so she just wore a variety of rings that she switched out according to the day. Seems normal to me 🙂
Post # 10
I will definitely wear both, no question about it 🙂
Post # 11
My fiance won’t let me see the wedding ring until our wedding but the two rings are a set and are shaped to fit tigether, meaning that the wedding band is curved where the e-ring juts out. So yes I will be wearing them together!
I also have to say, my fiance knows me well. He got me absolutely the most perfect engagement ring in the world 🙂
Post # 12
I wear mine together. I have a solitaire marquis e-ring, and my wedding ring is a ring guard with diamonds on it. I can’t really wear my wedding ring without my e-ring, because it is made to fit a marquis diamond inside of it. I also have a plain white gold band (very tiny) that I wear all the time, so that if I want to take off my wedding set, I still have something on. So it usually looks like I have four rings on. I like the stacked look.
Post # 13
I would wear both.
I honestly don’t get people who don’t wear their e-rings (aside from work related hazards, safety reasons, etc.). That is potentially a LOT of money for it to be sitting pretty in a box.
Post # 14
Mine will be soldered together. So it will basically be one ring.
Post # 16
I actually wear three rings every day… engagement ring, wedding ring and three stone anniversary ring… LOVE the stacked look!