Post # 1
i want a yellow gold ering and band and he wants a white gold band… i started looking at white gold but didnt realy fall in love with anything until i found this…
now i have changed my mind alot when it comes to rings… as you can see from my past post… but thats because i never found anything that i love… and i love this…
DOES HIS HAVE TO MATCH?
Post # 4
I wouldnt think so. My DH has a tungsten band and mine is two tone yellow and white gold. It would all depend on how traditional you want to be.
Post # 5
He likes silver tones (white gold, etc.), but I like gold tones. My rings are gold, and his is some white-goldish metal. I don’t see the problem with it. 🙂
Post # 6
I don’t think so, either. It’s cute if they match, but definitely not a requirement. As long as you both have rings to show that you’re married, that’s all that matters in my book.
Post # 7
Mine is white gold and we are looking at black tungsten for him…. I think it’s all about how you want it to look and if it bothers you to have different.
Post # 8
It’s totally up to you and what you and your FI prefer.
It was something that was important to me (I think it’s a bit more traditional) so we discussed types of rings before we were engaged. He picked yellow gold, so that’s what all of our rings are made of.
But they definitely don’t have to match. It’s all personal preference.
Post # 9
It’s a personal decision, it definitely doesn’t have to match. We’re both going to end up with platinum but not because we “have to match.”
Post # 10
It doesn’t matter if they match, it just matters if it’s what you guys want. Mine is a platinum eternity band and his is a grey gold band. They don’t match in any way.
Post # 11
Not in my opinion.
Mine are white gold and FI’s is black.
It all looks awesome next to each other but to me it wouldn’t matter.
Post # 12
Nope! Mine is 14k yellow gold and his is tungsten.
Post # 13
No! My rings are white gold & my husband’s band is tungsten. 🙂
Post # 14
Although ours are both white gold, they dont match at all. I think you should both get what you want. Matching isnt important – what’s important is the vows they represent 🙂
Post # 15
I have that ring in white gold it’s 1.5 carats and so pretty LOVE it
Post # 16
I think this is really a matter of opinion.
My e-ring and wedding band are both 18k white gold, and FI’s band is tungsten. 🙂