(Closed) A WOW Wedding band!

posted 11 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
280 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I love the band with the sapphires.  How thick is it though?  Can you try it on and see how it fits on your finger?  It deosn’t look like you can get the two rings soldered together so I would wonder how the rings would feel on your finger, like if they would pinch or push at each other because of the uneven edges of your ering.  The sapphire is super pretty!!! 

Post # 4
1631 posts
Bumble bee

I’m a big fan of the second band but I love sapphires. I seriously considered getting an all sapphire or diamond and sapphire band because my e-ring has a sapphire center stone. I opted for just a diamond band, however, because I found one I loved. 

If you love the one with sapphires I say get it. I think it is gorgeous. 

Post # 5
506 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

I’m confused–are there diamonds on the edge of your band that would rub against another band?  Also, your e-ring looks wider than some and with that wider wedding band I wonder if you have enough space on the finger.  I love all three pictures though ๐Ÿ™‚  My ring is unique on its own also and because of peek-a-boo set stones on either side of the band any wedding band would rub on the stone and the setting for each stone and thus risk my stone falling out.  Because of that I am wearing my wedding band on my right hand instead!  Backwards for some but I can’t wear my e-ring on my right hand (it’s .5 size too big!) and I’m right-handed so I’d definitely bang the e-ring around if it was on my right hand.  Wow, sorry, does that all make sense?  Gorgeous rings you have there!!!

Post # 7
1585 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I love the 2nd one! I have a really strange shape e-ring and can only get a custom band to go with it. I think I will be going with something similar to your #2 but in yellow gold!

Post # 8
16 posts
  • Wedding: May 2010

My engagement ring is very similar to yours. I decided against a wedding band to wear with my ring because I felt like everything took away from the ring’s beauty. This idea was seconded by the jeweler we bought the ring from With that much going on, any band is going to take away from the brilliance of the ring. So, I got a separate, wider (about 6 mm) wedding band that I now wear on my right hand. I love the sapphire ring you picked out, but I don’t think it will look good stacked on top of your e-ring. If you love it, why not get it the way that it is and then you can either wear it on your right hand, or wear it on your left hand with your e-ring on the right?


The nice thing about having two rings is that I can wear just my wedding band on days when I don’t want to bring the big ring out (like Saturdays when I go grocery shopping). Just something to think about! There are no rules, so you can do whatever makes you happy!

Post # 9
10 posts
  • Wedding: December 2010

It makes me feel good to hear someone else is having a similar issue. 

Like you, I feel that my ring (while beautiful) has just too many diamonds and is too large to add another diamond band to. I’ve been to many jewelry stores and tried on just about every band in the stores and nothing looks right.  Plain bands also just look a little awkward beside the ring. 

I decided to try something totally different to go along with my ring. The ring itself is very antique-inspired but I’m also an outdoorsy girl so I decided to add a more “rustic” feel to it by using a band that resembles a twig. I like the juxtaposition of antique and refined with rustic. I think it suits my personality perfectly ๐Ÿ™‚





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