does this look good together?

posted 2 years ago in Rings
  • poll: rings
    i think they look good togther : (2 votes)
    5 %
    i think they look good but you need a white stone : (1 votes)
    2 %
    i think you need something else : (38 votes)
    90 %
    heres what i have in mine..... : (1 votes)
    2 %
  • Post # 2
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    Helper bee

    I think it sounds like alot going on, and both having wood-ring guards and twig rings could be tricky to match. I think you are better off trying rings on in person and then putting together an assembly, it’s a tricky thing to try to plan a set that big without having the rings in front of you.

    Post # 3
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: September 2014 - Dallas, TX

    It’s too much going on for me, and it sounds really bulky!

    Post # 4
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    Helper bee
    • Wedding: August 2014

    https://img1.etsystatic.com/039/0/6273028/il_570xN.618322549_kj69.jpg

    I get what you’re going for, but I think it will end up looking like too much in real life. This is a diamond solitaire with wood inlay. I think that would look nice with the twig ring. 

    Or a simple wood inlay ring with the morganite?

    I think with the Morganite, the pave, the wood, and a twig ring it will end up looking disjointed and take up alot of your finger. I tend to prefer simple things though, so take my advice with a grain of salt.

    Post # 7
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    328 posts
    Helper bee

    Just keep it out of the reach of any pets!

    Post # 8
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    Helper bee
    • Wedding: August 2014

     

    Damiansmum10:  Sorry, I thought I posted a link. Here it is: 

    https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/193974205/14k-white-gold-tiffany-engagement-ring?ref=shop_home_feat_4

    I just saw your update about having each ring be 1.5mm. That makes more sense, but now I would be worried about the strength of the wood bands.

    I know another bee has a lovely wood wedding ring. It’s thin, and is yellow gold with wood inlay. I’m not sure where she got it from, but maybe try and find her?

    Post # 10
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    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: March 2014

    I think a wood inlay ring guard would be nice, but not the whole stack that you’re thinking of as it would be too busy even at the small band sizes you’re thinking of using. I’d also worry about the durability of a wooden ring guard.

    Post # 11
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    432 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: August 2014

    Damiansmum10:  I think that the wood inlay would work with whatever engagement ring you pick, whether it’s a white stone, or a stone of another colour. That being said, I don’t think a wood inlay wrap would be durable enough, especially at 1.5mm. My engagement ring is gold, and the jeweler said that 1.5m is the thinnest they would go. Think of how easy it is to snap twigs! This bee has a wood wedding band, her set is nice. http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/just-eloped-my-wedding-set-wood-wedding-band/#axzz37E7cEwJo

    I think if you wanted to do the morganite ring, I would do it without the pave on the band, then you could stack a wood/white gold wedding band, and maybe add a white gold twig ring if you want. I think that making the gold the same would have a unifying element to it. So colour, texture, finish the same. No shiny and then matte, the pave would be a touch too much for me. 

    Let us know what you decide to do!

    Post # 12
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    188 posts
    Blushing bee

    didn’t you already have a dog eat your ring?

    also, isn’t your fiance the one who refuses to pay his taxes, and hates your son?

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