Post # 1
I’m wondering what you bees give more importance to: the e-ring or the wedding ring?
I often read comments like: “this band overpowers the e-ring” or “this band stands well on its own”, etc.
I do give as much importance to my wedding band as my e-ring. They were almost the same price too. I wanted them to be complementary but also to stand out on their own when worn together. That’s why I left all the bling to my wedding band and left my e-ring shank a clean, shiny metal finish.
Which is more important for you? Or perhaps it’s both equally? Share pics of your e-ring and wedding band please! 🙂
Post # 3
Wedding ring I can switch my e-ring a million times but I will only have one ring he put on my finger when we said “I do”
Post # 5
E-ring. I’m not sentimental about them and that the wedding band was used in the ceremony. From a practical point of view, the wedding band was the cheaper one and we could easily afford to change that around. The e-ring was probably about 9-10x the band, so it’s not going anywhere.
Post # 6
I love both, although I put more importance on my wedding band. It means the world to me that I found the love of my life at this age and stage in time. It’s a simple white gold band. I seldom take off my rings, but I never take off my wedding band. It’s part of me.
Post # 7
@GelaMac: You said that so well!
Post # 8
We decided not even to have e-rings. From our perspective, the engagement was a promise of marriage, and marriage was the important part.
Post # 9
I would consider them both equally important.
Post # 10
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
My wedding band will be more important when I have one =)
Post # 11
Both. My wedding band is obviously a strong symbol of the commitment we made to each other as husband and wife, but my e-ring is also a symbol of his commitment and promise to love me forever and all that mushy stuff.
In terms of physical importance, my e-ring cost 11 times more than my wedding band so that one obviously has more monetary significance to me.
Post # 12
@womanofsubstance: So romantic, I love it!!! Beautiful stacked rings btw.
Post # 13
@womanofsubstance: Where are your skinny bands from?! I’ve been looking for ones like that for months!
Post # 14
@Scintillante: Engagement ring, definitely. I am going to have to pick a band out that goes with it.. not the other way around. Haven’t bought either yet, but the band will likely be 7-8 times cheaper than the engagement ring.
Post # 15
Wedding ring. Even though it will be significantly cheaper & much less ornate as a plain platinum band, it will signify something infinitely more valuable than money– and that’s our love & comittment. And, for me, nothing means more than that than a simple wedding band. Just my romanticized view. lol
ETA: I picked the design of my e-ring based on what I wanted my wedding band to be. I know most people choose the e-ring first and not the way I did it.
Post # 16
I know that commonly, the e-ring is way more expensive than the wedding band, so it’s interesting that some feel a less expensive ring as a wedding band would be more important, more “valuable”
When I just got engaged, I gave more importance to the e-ring and either wanted to skip out on the wedding band or find a tiny 1mm band. With more searching and with more getting used to the idea of getting married, I now love wedding bands and want them to stand out.
Love hearing your opinions!!