Post # 1
Hi Bee’s, this is my first actual post! After months of reading the boards I finally have a question that I need some help with.
My fiance gave me a beautiful & very unique custom ring this summer, but I am having a hard time finding a band that would fit around the setting. Any suggestions or ideas would be wonderful as I seem to be stumped! I’ve seen some gorgeous bands that I’d like to get, but don’t think they would work.
I am very active and would be wearing my band quite a lot instead of my e-ring when doing everyday things, and I like the idea of them fitting together without a gap when I do wear both.
Here’s some pictures of my ring:
Here are a few bands I really loved:
(without the larger diamonds in the middle of the gold band, just the pave)
Thank you, Bees!
Post # 3
its tricky because there isnt any gap to allow a straight band to sit flush but if you dont mind having a gap then go for it. i pesonally would look at a contoured band to sit around your e-ring. the other option is to wear the e-ring on the other hand
Post # 4
I personally dono’t want a band because i like the apperence and symmatry of my ring, so maybe just have 2 seperate rings to wear in 2 seperate occasions?
Post # 5
I like the second, rounded pave band you posted best. They won’t sit together flush (as you mentioned you’d like) but nothing will unless you go custom. Also, you won’t be able to wear it on it’s own, as you also mentioned you’d like.
I think the rounded one matches the style of your ering enough to be coordinated, and they’d make sense together. Even if you wore them on opposite hands (ering on right and wband on left after the wedding) they’d still seem like a “set” despite not being worn next to eachother.