Post # 1
My engagement ring is a three round stone ring and I need to figure out what kind of wedding band I want to go with it.I just recently discovered what an enhancer is but do you think an enhancer similar to the one below would look good with my e-ring?
Post # 3
I had a very similar set. I was happy with it. It’s a for sure that you’ll need to try each one with your e-ring, as they wont all be wide enough, but I think it will look nice.
Post # 4
I have to admit when I read the title I went What?! LOL
I like the curved bands with some rings but others I don’t. I suggest going into stores and trying them with your ring. You may find that you don’t like the channel look with your setting, etc.
Post # 5
Haha I didn’t know they were until a couple of days ago! I really should go try some on with my ring.
Post # 6
What is a wedding enhancer … that’s curved one? What does it do?
Post # 7
Ms HymanRoth I THINK its when then band wraps around your ring so it’ll curve into your e-ring. The picture I have at the top is an enhancer that had a band on top and bottom and they meet at the back so there’s a space that your e-ring goes into.
Post # 8
In My Humble Opinion, I think your ER is too beautiful for an enhancer especially that one. Plus your ER band maybe too thick for enhancers. I just think it would really take away from your ER. Enhancers look best with solitares as it enhances your diamonds into a setting. But your best bet is to go try things on, choose different styles, eternity bands, plain bands, try an enhancer. Things always look different on your fingers!
Post # 9
MsHR- enhancers (aka ring guards) come in lots of different styles. Some have 2 pieces so your ering sits in the middle, others just on one side. Generally they are embelished to enhance the look of your ering.
Here are some examples:
Post # 10
what a great idea! i’d go to a jeweler and try them out with your ring. but hey, i’m for it since it’s more bling! 🙂
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
I agree with miss green. I think that just a plain band would be stellar with that. Maybe I’m just strange. :p I just think it might look strange with those two thin curved guys.
Post # 12
Ok. I understand now. I think that your ring would look great with a plain band.
Post # 13
I’d go with a plain band too… you don’t want to take away from your beautiful stones! I find that a lot of the time an enhancer does the oppposite or enhancers are used when the e-ring has smaller stones.
Post # 14
i love the idea of an enhancer and in fact it’s what i’m getting!!! i have the perfectly simple solitaire e-ring and right after he proposed, we went to get it re-sized and i fell in love with the enhancer wedding band. just looking at them online a few seconds ago actually! 🙂
since you do have a more elaborate ring than just a solitaire, absolutely go in and try some on with your e-ring. you’ll know then if you like it or not! 😀
Post # 15
I think something a little more rounded would look better….
Post # 16
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
I have basically the exact same ring and we are soo stuck on what to get for a band! He originally had a wedding band made with some stones that he already had, but it is just too much for me – like I think someone else said on here, it takes away from the beauty of just the e-ring! So now, we’re thinking about having the jeweler take the stones out and makes some earrings out of them, and then create a simple band with the white gold from the one Fiance already had made.
I felt terrible that I didn’t like what he had, but he admitted to me that he knew I would think it was too much and he just did it because they already had the stones and it didn’t cost any extra.
Anyways, all of that rambling was to say we haven’t really gone shopping around yet, but we’re leaning towards a shadow band – which is basically just a plain band that is curved to fit the ring so that it looks more cohesive! But definitely let us know what you decide on…I’d like to know, since we have almost the same ring!