Post # 1
So Saturday we went wedding band shopping and he bought mine. I think its beautiful BUT they have round diamonds. My e-ring is a radiant cut so its basically rectangular. Will this look bad. I don’t think it did when I had it on but it was all pretty and sparkly and you couldn’t really make out the shape…but its not always going to be so clean and sparkly and then you’ll probably be able to tell its round diamonds. Does this matter. The jeweler said no she has round and princess cuts in hers…but I’m always kinda nit-picky over things matching. What do you ladies think?
Keep in mind its bought and paid for and currently getting sized for me so we’re stuck with it…
Post # 3
I’m sure it will fab! I just wish you had a pic of your e-ring so I could visualize it better. If you’re worried that it’s not always going to be clean and sparkly just buy one of those tiny bottles of vodka and you can wash your ring with that. My sister did that to hers and it looked like she had it cleaned by the jeweler. Quick, easy, and inexpensive way to keep it sparkly!
Post # 4
My E-ring is an oval solitaire, and my wedding band is going to have marquise sapphires and round diamonds. I love it and definitely wouldn’t want all the shapes to be the same. The variety makes it prettier and more unique!
Post # 5
My E-ring is princess cut, turned sideways "star set" and both of my bands have round diamonds. I love that they are different and how unique it looks! I say go for it!
Post # 6
I don’t think your cuts have to match. In many cases it’s the combined effect that looks so stunning. It sounds like your rings will look really good together! No worries!
Post # 7
I have the same set-up you described: A square center stone in my e-ring and round stones on the wedding band. I think they look great together.