Post # 1
Hey all! I would like your opinion on this, after my parents were told that my fiancee and I were going to get engaged my mother offered to let me use my grandmother’s wedding set as my wedding band. She said that my grandmother had intended for it to be passed to me at some point and that it seemed the perfect time. I am really happy about this and plan/would like to wear her band as my band and save her e ring to pass to my someday children but my fiancee was a bit worried. He confessed the e-ring he is having made for me is rose gold (yippee) but my grandmother’s set is a pale yelow gold and he and I both are not sure how this would look. Does anyone have this type of set?
Post # 4
i personally LOVE mixing metals. and the beauty of rose gold is that it goes with both yellow and white gold (this is what a very experienced jeweler told me AND my opinion). I think yours will look beautiful together!plus, how amazingly wonderful that you’ll get to wear your grandmother’s band!
i was thinking of going the opposite route (i have a yellow gold e-ring and kinda want a rose gold band).
Post # 6
Personally, I do not like yellow and rose gold together by themselves, but I LOVE tri-gold sets. Perhaps get a thin silver or white gold band to place in the middle to break up all the warmth from the two golds? You could easily find something for under $100 online if you were interested in doing that. 🙂 Good luck
Post # 5
I would just check if they are the same carat gold, otherwise the different alloys will wear against each other. Otherwise I think it will be fine!
Post # 7
my friend plans on mixing rose gold with yellow gold tgt, and I think it looks great together! she wants a yellow gold e-ring and rose gold band.
Post # 8
I love tri-gold sets as well! I think getting a thin silver band and putting it between the two would look stunning. But if you love the two together then go for it!
Post # 9
cool beans thanks for the opinions! I’m not sure if they they are going to be the same kt but I’ll find out soon enough.