Post # 1
And I’m totally okay with that! Mine’s a yellow gold band I inherited from my great-aunt when she died and his is a simple tungsten band. It’s definitely neat to see them together:
Anyone else have wedding bands that don’t match at all?
Post # 3
I don’t have mine in yet but they are quite mismatched in a way. His is white gold but with to dark texture with a celtic knot design to it where as mine is also white gold but with a milgrain vine design. I think the difference in texture and colours are beautiful though that symbolizes the uniquenes of each person and being wed acknowledging and appreciating those differences.
Post # 4
Our don’t at all! Mine is white gold and his is titanium. Mine is polished and his is brushed. His is textured and mine is smooth. The list goes on! I didn’t find it important that our rings matched. Yours look great together!
Post # 5
We will have bands that don’t match! Mine will be diamond and peridot, and his will be a mokume gane style ring.
Post # 6
I Didn’t even Consider matching bands. Lol. I have two white gold diamond eternity bands and he has a shiny plain tungsten band.
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2014 - British Columbia
My FI’s future band and mine wouldn’t match. He’s adamant on getting a kauri ring. (wood) Then, maybe a silver ring as an heirloom/back-up ring, which could be resizeable.
I’m okay with it! I actually told him to pick something that he’d wear on special occasions. He can’t wear a band on his job — so, in his view, it’s not worth getting an expensive band.
Post # 8
@angeluscado: No, ours don’t match at all either! I hadn’t even thought of that until the Bee. I want to wear what I want and he should wear what he wants! No matchy-matchy necessary for me.