Post # 1
Hi, I love reading all posts on wedding bee especially ring related. Here is my question. I’m wanting to wear my three stone ring with .16ct, .50ct, .16ct rounds all by itself as my wedding ring. I have short fingers and wearing two rings is a little uncomfortable and to me, just doesn’t look good. I do worry for some odd reason that people will asume I am just engaged when in reality I’ve been married for quite some time! What do you bees think? Should I wear a very thin band or do you think it will be ok if I just wear it alone?
Post # 3
Sure! Do what you like! Who cares what random people think? And people that you know will know you are married.
Post # 4
I don’t think you should worry about assumptions that people who don’t even know you make based on your jewelry. I can’t see a reason to care.
Post # 5
I think you should do what you love, regardless of what people may think. My SIL only wears one ring and she’s never had any comments that I know of. I myself thought of doing something similar.
Post # 6
Do what you want. I think it’ll be fine either way.
Post # 7
Thank you guys. I do feel that one ring is better suited for my hand. And you are right who cares what people assume. People who know me personally know that I am married. And people who don’t know me personally, can well, assume what they wish. lol.
Post # 8
I agree – do what you want!
I have a three stone e-ring myself which was fairly expensive. I was leaning towards using it as my wedding band as well… but I tend to go out with my friends or to music festicals and I’d like to get a wedding band that I wear while not worrying about losing or damaging it and keeping the e-ring at home.
Right now I’m considering getting some stackable, cheap wedding bands on etsy – so instead of just the two rings I can mix and match to my hearts content!
Post # 9
@Jazzle: that is a great idea to have multiple rings! Genious!
I could switch it up a little. but one ring at a time 🙂
And to everyone who voted, Thanks!!! I really appreciate it.
Post # 10
I have a 3 stone e-ring too but I also got a separate wedding band just for the wedding day. For the rest of my life, I’ll just wear whatever I feel like on my left hand whether it’s just the e-ring, wedding ring, or together. It’s yours so do what you want!
Post # 11
@Valetina: I think that would look great! Do you have a pic? Here is the 3 stone that I have been lusting over. If I had it to do all over again, I may have picked this and just left it at one ring!!
Post # 12
I’m sure it would look just fine… I love 3-stones like you described, myself.
However, to be honest to me that look says “engaged” rather than married, so that would be a potential point of minor confusion.
I’d personally go for a really thin band so the focus is on the 3-stone but the traditional wedding band is there.