(Closed) A wedding band to wear alone – not to stack with your e-ring?

posted 8 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
485 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I am! I too am not a fan of stacked wedding/engagement rings so I am not going to wear my e-ring day-to-day anymore and wear it on special occasions, likely on my right hand. I am going with a more substantial, fun wedding ring instead of the standard band.

Post # 5
2058 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

No no no – me too Laughing  I actually have a different reason that some kind of find twisted. When FH and I had our 1st ring talk I told him not to get me an e-ring that I am too picky and would rather we design it together. He told me he didn’t want to propose empty handed – – – I received a proposal ring which is a rose gold shared prong eternity band. I wear that everyday – my ering will be ready the end of this week, YAY…. However when we’re married I will receive two solid rose gold bands w/ zero diamonds (we’re jewish and do not exchange rings with diamonds during the ceremony.) I have some options – – I’ll either wear my proposal ring solo or I’ll wear the two rose gold bands w/ the proposal ring, you know like a sandwich… I love having the options of what to wear when and on what hand, HAHAHAHHAHAHAH

Post # 6
1230 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

I like the idea!  And any smart jeweler would just agree with you and help you find something if they want to make a sale!!!!

I wear my wedding ring and Engagement Ring together 80% of the time and I separate them to wear my wedding ring on my right hand about 15% of the time.  The other 5% I just wear my wedding band OR I wear my other channel set band with my Engagement Ring. 

I like having the options!

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