Post # 1
I’m about to purchase my wedding band, and I was curious if I should order it a half size up from my e-ring. I e-ring fits perfect, spins but stays on when I’m very cold, and just a bit of ring muffin top when I’m very swollen.
What did you ladies do? Same size for both, or a quarter or half size bigger for one?
Post # 2
My ering is a 4.5 and my bands are 5. I wanted a little extra room.
Post # 3
Mine are the same size. There is a little bit of twirl in both, but I’d rather have a slightly larger ring in case my fingers change size in the future.
Post # 4
Mine are the same size. It never occurred to me to have them different.
Post # 7
My wedding band is a half size smaller than the “ERing” (anniversary ring, really) part of my set. But this is because I’ve lost some weight (and a ring size) since DH gave me the bigger sized ring. Typically, I would have them in the same size, which would be about a half size larger than my actual ring size. I need to get some sizing beads or a bar put into my anniversary ring.
(also, could i type the word “size” any more in this post? lol)
Post # 8
My band will be .25 size bigger so I can still wear it when I get pregnant in the future. Hopefully, I won’t blow up that much… =/
Post # 9
mine are both the same size
Post # 11
- Wedding: January 2014 - Monte Carlo inn
My e-ring is 3.75 and my wedding band is 4. The reason is because my e-ring was made to fit me but the wedding band was store bought and the smallest size they carry is a 4. I didn’t bother sizing it since it’s only a .25 size difference lol. it’s actually easier to take off anyway 🙂
Post # 12
My e-ring is actually .25 of a size larger than my wedding band.
Post # 13
Both are the same size for me.
Post # 14
My ERing is a quarter size smaller than my weddingband. It was not intentional, the jeweller made a mistake. It’s worked out well though because my ERing doesn’t spin, yet isn’t too tight that it’s uncomfortable.
Post # 15
My ering is 6 and my wedding ring is 6.5.