Post # 1
I just got me ring back from the jeweler, he put a little bump in the ring to make it smaller. However, the ring is still coming off my finger and I don’t know what else I can do. I don’t want to use ring guards, not a fan of how they look.
Post # 2
Can you just getting taken down 1/4-1/2 a size? That’s what I had to do. Also, once you getting a wedding band they do tend to stay on a little bit better when you wear both rings for some reason
Post # 3
If you are planning on having kids or if you suspect you may gain weight just get a ring sizer they’re free-$5 and they will put it on for you at any jewelry shop a great option but they arent permanant. Great temporary solution though.
Post # 4
Just get one of the little slip on rubber thingies that helps keep your ring on. No one will notice it unless you walk around showing them the underside of your ring all day.
Post # 5
My ring slides all over, unless my finger swells – then it fits fine. I have 2 wedding bands, and know that once they’re soldered together – it should be better.
I had my ring sized down to a 6, and I’m sure it was a 7 when I got it – which was WAY too big.
Post # 6
Use fishing line. Thats what I do. 🙂
Post # 7
I don’t understand…I guess you couldn’t get it sized because of the diamonds?
heathuhhhhweeee: Fishing line??
Post # 8
GreenBayBee: Here is the thread about it on Weddingbee.
Post # 9
Hyperventilate: Thanks. Seems to me that would be extremely annoying and uncomfortable. If it’s temporary, I guess it would be ok?
Post # 10
Sorry to hear it hasn’t helped. Can he put a bigger bump in?
Post # 11
Sizing beads are another alternative. They are great. I used them and they are easily removable if your fingers swell or you have larger knuckles than ring area.
Post # 12
It was custom designed by my FH. The ring is sized at 8 1/2, all my other rings are 8 but when I went to the jewler he said that my finger is between 7-7 1/2. So that is a big difference. I might have to try the fishing line!
Thanks for all the advice!
Post # 13
Though it may be too big, it is quite eye catching. Your fiance did a great job outfitting you with this impressive ring. Enjoy.
Post # 14
Speed bumps, getting it made smaller – you have many options – but do something or you could lose your ring. It’s a heart breaker when you do. Yep.
Post # 15
a temporary solution that I tried recently and worked for me was to put a clear silicone on the back of the ring, it creates a cushiony feeling and it makes it fit very snug. You just have to let it dry well before putting it back on. The silicone peels right off with no residue so that’s good too. The recommended silicone to use when I looked up a similar issue was loctite indoor silicone.