Post # 1
Over the weekend my FH and I went to Jared and bought our wedding bands. I ended up buying 2 wedding bands, they are contoured to fit around my ring so it will be like a wrap. I liked the look better than just a single round band because my e-ring is a solitare on a plain white gold band. Now I am thinking that I can’t really wear the contoured bands on their own if I ever wanted to do that. Are these considered actual wedding bands because I will have 2 and they are contoured?
Here is a link to a band similar to the ones I bought:
Post # 3
Yes, many women do the exact same thing and they are definitely wedding bands!
Post # 4
A wrap is like this one: http://www.jared.com/product1%7C10451%7C10001%7C-1%7C040751606%7C19061%7C19061.20805.20839%7C%7C%7C%7CPDPZ1%7CPDPZ1
the two rings are actually attached… and it looks pretty goofy to wear that alone, without the e-ring in the middle, but they function just the same as a wedding band otherwise.
Judging by your post, you’ve purchased 2 individual bands.
Post # 5
We went with the two bands as well, and while I can’t wear one band on its own, we still consider it a wedding band. In fact, we’re getting the bottom one engraved with our initials and wedding date (same as his ring), and that will be the “official” band that he puts on my finger during the ceremony. I’ll have the engagement ring and top band on my other hand and will switch them over afterwards.
Post # 7
I bought two seperate bands close to the you posted. And at Jareds! I consider them my wedding bands. It is becoming more common to wear a set of bands, not just one. If and when I decide to forgo wearing my e-ring I plan on picking up a plain, cheapy band.
Post # 8
Thank you all for the reassurement. I thought with having a solitare e-ring it was going to be easy finding a wedding band but it was actually a lot harder to find something that sat right next to my ring, that was why I went with contoured. Thank you again!