Post # 1
I love thing pave bands and my fiancé got me a beautiful E ring. He brought up last night that a wedding band will not be able to sit flush against my E ring. I’m not sure what to do. I love my ring and because it’s a thing band I am not sure i. A wedding band can sit flush. I do not like the look of spacer rings so I don’t want to do that. I have attached pics of my e ring Thanks!
Post # 2
- Wedding: March 2014 - A castle!
Have a custom wedding band made with a notch in it where the head of your e-ring is, then have them soldered together.
Post # 3
Rock the gap! I love the Romantic airy look it gives and lots of girls are wearing them that way so its not unusual at all.
Post # 4
I have an e-ring that sits low like yours, too. I have a spacer band between my rings. // You can easily get a pave band that is notched to match your ring.
Post # 5
Have you tried on wedding bands? You should try on some to see if the gap bothers you. I personally wanted mine to sit flush. So my first wedding set had a notch so it would sit flush. But I couldn’t wear just the band alone. So when I had my rings reset that was super important to me. That there was room for the band to sit flush. You can always have one made with a notch or curved. You just won’t be able to wear it alone. And you may not mind the look of the gap once you try them on.
Post # 6
You can get a custom made band that fits flush against your e-ring or you can rock the gap. I have a gap and love it because it shows that there’s 2 seperate rings but some people can’t stand it.
Post # 7
sunflower1214: I thought I hated the gap until I found the right band to go with my ering. Once I found the perfect band, the gap didn’t matter.
Post # 8
Rock the gap! My set can go either way because my ring is so high set. But I purposely push them apart because I think the gap is so cute and celeby (wtf weird I know).
Post # 9
sunflower1214: You have two options- you get a custom made band, or you have a gap. Gaps are not always huge. I have a gap– which I love…but you can see it’s not super noticable.
Post # 10
sunflower1214: I think you could have a custom made one and it would look perfectly fine.
Post # 11
You could solder. You could have one custom made or pick one that has a notch built in so it will fit better. I don’t mind the gap, though I wonder if the friction between the two will degrade the gold a bit.
I already picked out my wedding band in anticipation of the upcoming wedding, and I noticed the gap becomes less noticeable when the band is on top of the e-ring rather than the other way around. I think the slight slant at the base of the finger may make the gap seem more prominent. I’ll probably still wear it the usual way since the gap isn’t too bad.
Post # 12
A curved band might sit flush. That’s what I have on mine.