Post # 1
I’m 25 and I have only just figured out my own style (I like vintage & feminine clothes).
My quetsion is this: how do you chose a wedding ring when personal style changes over time?
For example, when we picked my e-ring I loved pave diamonds on the shank with a round solitare. If I were to choose a ring now, it would be more vintage, perhaps a emerald marquise with a diamond halo, on a plain band (i’m obsessed with this ring).
Tell me bees – how were you sure your ring was ‘the one’?
Post # 3
well when i was looking at rings i loved the pave settings. I thought they were gorgeous, well i still do! But anyway when i went and tried them on, they just didnt feel right. I prefered solitaire rings. Which is what i got. And i realized that since i was 14, i onlly every dreamed of one ring. And i got pretty close to that. So i say, try them on. You might like the vintage look, but when its on, you might feel different.
Post # 4
@linnylou_88: I’ve not chosen one yet but this isa concern of mine too. I’m a bit clumsy anyway so I know a least tha I would opt for a thicker band to make it more robust, and with one stone as it looks timeless. After that, I just don’t know.
Post # 5
@linnylou_88: I loved channel-set diamonds. I was actually thinking of getting an emerald-diamond alternating bad, since we’re both May babies, and we got married in May!
Then my Grandmother gave me my great-grandmother’s wedding band! And I was SO in love with it!
Luckily, I never bought my first-love band. Because my Great-grandmother’s band is WAY better!
Post # 6
Keep it simple and choose a metal that you love.
I’m doing solid rose gold, no stones, thin band. It’s simple and clean.