Mother's ring

posted 2 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 2
5208 posts
Bee Keeper

squigglybaby:  I think a band would be more practical than a stone. A RHR with your LO’s birthstone would be cute though. I love the bezel setting. 

Get both 



Post # 3
124 posts
Blushing bee

I adore the first picture that has the baby’s name and birthday! How sweet!!

Post # 4
3430 posts
Sugar bee

squigglybaby:  I don’t have a ring since I only like to wear my wedding set now, but I have a bracelet that says K+L=S (our daughter’s initial) and a necklace that says K&L and S it’s key to our heart necklace so it has the key, her name on a tag, and our initials on the heart.  But for awhile I did wear a bracelet that had her name and birthday, but I felt more comfortable with just her name.

Post # 5
7654 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2012

squigglybaby:  I think the first ring is adorable and is statement enough, although perhaps if you wanted it to stand out a bit you could see if a jewler could maybe put a birthstone on it. I got a ring from Zales. Very petite, stackable ring, so eventually I can get them all put together. It has my son’s name, birthstone in the middle, and his birthdate on the other side.

Post # 7
4915 posts
Honey bee

squigglybaby:  I have a band with my daughter’s name engraved on the outside, her birthdate on the inside + a little sentiment.

I often wear it with other rings: sometimes with a wire-wrap set sapphire (her birthstone), sometimes with a ring she gave me for Mother’s Day, sometimes with my original wedding band, etc. I also like to wear it alone. That’s the nice thing about a band: it can go with different things or also look fabulous by itself.

I love all the pictures you posted. I think any of them would look really great together.

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