Post # 1
I need your honest opinion! My engagement ring will be a round solitare around 3/4 carat and instead of a traditional wedding band I was thinking of just using a solitare enhancer like the one below. I don’t really like the stacked look and I would rather have symmetry. My main concern is that other people will be confused or won’t agree with my choice to have an e ring and wedding ring that together look like one ring. Will I forever be asked when my wedding is because it looks like just a fancy e ring? Will people secretly think it’s strange that I chose to have the look of one ring over the traditional e ring + band? Be honest!! What would you think?
Post # 3
@Jacdiottav: I don’t think there would be a problem with that at all!! I think the enhancer would look really pretty with a solitare ring. I don’t think people will be confused or questioning your decision. I’ll be having a wedding band on each side of the engagement ring 🙂 just because I like symmetry and things to look “even/equal”
Post # 4
Hi @Jacdiottav: I see this is your DEBUT Post on WBee… so a BIG Welcome to “the Hive”
What you have shown here is indeed a Wedding Band… it is actually known as an “Interlocking WBand” (sometimes also called a Ring Wrap) and these have been around for Decades (since the 1980s)
If you flip your hand over, it will clearly show that there are 2 Bands, and not one.
A Jacket is something sightly different, it is where the ERing fits INSIDE of a seperate ring piece… here is an example of that:
In either case, you can CHOOSE whatever you like as your WBand… it is up to you.
Heck there are even people who CHOOSE not to have a WBand, or wear it on one hand, and their ERing on the other, etc.
Lots of options now… none is Right or Wrong… just lots of choices.
Hope this helps,
Post # 5
I know ladies do similar things to what you are thinking about. I, personally, am not a fan, as I feel like the wedding band itself should be substantial and wearable on its own. But that is just my personal preference. Do whatever works best for you!
Post # 6
I like that enhancer. Since it looks like two bands I think people will understand that you’re married.
Post # 7
I was going to go this route initially! I only changed my mind because we’ve decided to change the setting of my engagement ring and it no longer will work with an enhancer. I was never interested in wearing a wedding band alone (and I think that argument is totally silly because most people solder their rings together anyways) so it would have been fine for me. And you can’t beat how cohesive it makes your set look. GO FOR IT
Post # 8
Some people actually chose to weld their e-ring and Wband together, so i dont think it’s strange at all. do whatever makes you happy
Post # 9
I know i’m a month late but i dont think it’s an issue AT ALL. i’m getting an enhancer as well. My mother has one and she never had a problem with it. I too love the symetry of it and i dont want to wear 2 bands on either side of my engagement ring. I love your choice!