Post # 1
I’m in a bit of a pickle. two wedding bands that i have designed have not worked out. I wanted one that fit snug with my Engagement Ring with no gap, but so far, no luck.
I have a few questions, Do any of you ladies regret NOT getting a snug ring? or regret getting a curved one? I’m afraid i’ll want to wear my wedding band alone, and won’t be able to if i tailor it to fit my e-ring.
Chevron is my last hope! Can i see some chevron photos? with and wthout the E-rings?
Thanks ladies 🙂
Here is my ring!
ps- my Engagement Ring does not fit my right ring finger 🙁
Post # 3
I’m afraid I’m gonna have the same pickle as you, so I’m choosing to have a crossed-over band since mine won’t be able to sit flush with my e-ring.. I love the look of it by itself and with the ring!
Post # 4
I got a curved band and orignially did not want (or like) a curved band. It ended up being the best fit for my e-ring. I went with a curved eternity band so that if I do not want to wear my e-ring I can turn my wedding band and have the curved part face the palm side of my hand, thus showing a straightband with diamonds.
Post # 5
SO SMART!!!! great idea 🙂
Post # 6
Well I didn’t vote because you don’t have an option for me. I was decidedly against getting a curved band because I didn’t like how they looked alone. I got two straight bands to sit on either side of my ring with a gap. I don’t regret it. I love the look of all of them together and I love that I can wear the wedding bands on their own as well.
So bottom line, I don’t regret having a gap.
Post # 7
I don’t know about everyone else, but in the past (first marriage), I never ended up wearing my wedding band alone in the 16 years I was married, though I thought I would. 🙂 Just a thought.
Post # 8
@-crayola-: Thanks! It was the compromise with my husband since I wanted two bands for each side of my e-ring or one curved and one straight, and he said I only can have one (for now). It cost a little more up front but was worth it.
Post # 9
When I wear my curved band alone, I turn it around so the curved side is inside my hand! I had mine custom made to do this on purpose, which my sister in law suggested I do. I uploaded a picture of my rings together and one of my band alone. Hope this helps!
Post # 10
I was having this same issue. My band doesn’t fit perfectly flush, but it’s close enough. I didn’t want to get a curved band because I figured there would be times that I wear my wedding band alone and the curve would bother me.
Post # 11
I absolutely wanted a straight band to go with my e-ring because I love the gap. Two month after getting married, I had some slight hesitation and wondered what a lightly curved band would do for my e-ring. I still want a gap but perhaps a slight contour band would be nice. Stopped in at my jewellery store and tried some on, which was fun. Still, my diamond band looked best with my e-ring, like they were meant to be together in terms of style.
So I am totally back into my gorgeous eternity wedding band and rocking the gap!
Two curved bands I tried on…hehe!
Post # 11
SunnySquirrel: Hi there! I know this thread is very old, but just curious where you got your curved eternity band?? My ring is similar to yours & thinking that style may work with mine too! Thanks 😉