Post # 1
I am seeing new brides posting photos of two bands plus the e-ring. Is this for certain religious ceremonies or just a style?
I am liking th idea of stackable rings. I will more than likely have ‘the gap’ once I finish designing my e-ring and seeing these two bands is giving me ideas.
How did you get them and if you got one…post a photo please.
Post # 3
As far as I know, some people just like the way it looks.
Post # 4
It’s because we’re greedy 🙂
Post # 5
I have a 1 carat asscher cut halo ring. I chose two wedding bands because I liked the symmetry. To be frank, I think that having only one band makes any ring look lop-sided, and with halo rings, one band looks especially dumb.
Post # 6
Sometimes the rings come in a “triple” set… one e-ring and two bands to match. I know that’s how my best friend’s rings came from Jared’s — you couldn’t just buy one or two, all three came together.
It’s just a look some women prefer!
Post # 7
sometimes the other band is an anniversary ring. but I think it’s getting more popular to just buy two wedding bands right away for the stacked look.
also, some girls get a plain band to wear when they don’t want their gemstone bands to be at risk for damage. (I have a stainless steel band for that reason, it will be worn alone for camping and things.)
I learned on the bee that according to Jewish traditions, a bride’s wedding band should be plain. so I think some might choose to get an additional diamond band later, because they want the sparkle.