Post # 1
I’m on the hunt for a wedding band for my E-ring.
I found a gorgeous band on moissaniteco.com but I’m curious what it looks like in real life. Do any of you have the eband020?
I’m not a fan of full eternity bands but I have been chatting with their customer service and they can turn this ring into a half eternity to match my e-ring. I am also toying with the idea of alternating blue sapphires and moissanite in this setting. Blue is my fav colour and I love the regal look of it.
For reference here is a photo of my e-ring:
I have tried on similar shapped bands with my ring and they do look quite nice. I want the WB to be a little more interesting then just a simple channel set or shared prong band.
If you have any pics of the band or something similar(I have a mild obsession with twist style bands) I’d love to see them! Thoughts on the blue sapphire idea?
Post # 3
Alternating moissy and blue sapphire is one of my favorite options for my own band, and I really like that one from moissy co! I would also love to see IRL pics if anyone has them…
Post # 4
I <3 the sapphire idea! 🙂
Post # 6
I just recieved an email from moissyCo customer service asking if I would want 5 or 6 stones for the half eternity band(the full eternity in my size has 11).
What would you ladies(and anyone else) do?
6 stones- even number of sapphires and moissy
5 stones- 3 moissy and 2 blue sapp(this way a moissy would be right below my center stone and a blue sapphire on either side and then the ending in moissy)
5 stones- 3 blue sapphires and 2 moissy(exact opposite of ^)
(Im leaning more towards option 1 or 2 for combo of stones but im not sure)
Post # 7
@SupermansSweetheart: Oh it’s nice that you get to choose! I personally would get 6 stones for more coverage. I like half-eternity bands, but I know a common complaint is that they spin and show their back side instead of the stones. 6 stones would cover just a bit more of the band so the spinning might not be a little less problematic. The other 2 options sound lovely too though!
Post # 8
I would do 6 stones, even number of each