Post # 1
I have a traditional bridal set. The engagement ring is a 1.25 ct round solitaire with a pave band and the wedding band matches exactly. They are meant to be worn together.
However, I’ve noticed I think my engagement ring looked a lot better by itself. So today, I moved it to my right hand (yikes, it’s noticeably tighter there) and put my oave wedding band and another plain white gold wedding band on my left. And I like the way it looks better.
Anyone else have a matched wedding set and find they prefer the way the rings look separately?
Post # 3
My boss does, although it would be near impossible for her to wear them on one hand! Her engagement ring is a 5 ct emerald cut with side baguettes and her weddign band is probably @ 5 cts total as well, is an eternity band of emeralds.
I think this is normal and doesn’t make you any less married so go for it!
Post # 4
I’m considering it, it fits better on the right….
Post # 5
I bought my rings seperately and haven’t been thrilled with how they go together so I wear my engagement on my right and wedding on my left. Much happier that way.
Post # 6
I’m going to after my wedding in September. I have small fingers and wanted a thicker, more detailed wedding band, so I decided I would switch my engagement ring to my right hand once I start wearing my wedding band.
I can’t wait to have bling on both hands!
Post # 7
I am! my e-ring is a split shank, so i think it looks nicest when on it’s own. i’m getting an eternity band to wear alone on my left hand.
Post # 8
yup! that is exactly what i’m going to do too. mine is also a split shank and looks better alone. so that will move to the right and an eternity on the left 🙂
Post # 9
I’m doing this too! My wedding ring is 4 mm and kind of looks like a eternity floral pattern- and I noticed that my solitaire is much more striking when worn alone. But I loooove wearing my ering on my left hand.
Would it be weird to wear my ering on my left and wedding ring on my right? I just think it looks better that way.