Post # 1
If you don’t mind me asking that is.
I was really involved in the ring picking process because FH has no idea about jewelry at all, and my ring, a moissanite, cost $800. The wedding band I’m looking at, ok, that I’m drooling over, is closer to $1000.
So which one was the most expensive? You don’t have to say exactly how much either cost if you don’t want to.
Post # 3
My e-ring is about 1700?
My wedding band will either be free (gifted) or ~$50, plain titanium band. I’m not big on bling in wedding bands, though.
Post # 4
I think it just feels kind of weird to think that my wedding band will cost more than my engagement ring because it’s usually the other way around.
Post # 5
My e-ring cost more than 10X more than my wedding band since I have a fairly pricey, good quality center diamond and my wedding band is just a simple eternity ring.
Post # 6
My new moissanite “ering” was a little less than my bands, but there are three bands. The price for the ering versus the bands was within $200-$300 though.
My last ring the ering was more than the band.
My original band was more than my original ering though, as I had no ering
I do not think it matters, get what you love!
Post # 7
I don’t mind saying it: my e-ring was $2,800 and my wedding band will be $750. They are both custom made.
Post # 8
My e-ring was more than twice the cost of my wedding band.
Also, added bonus! DH’s wedding band (worth about 600) was FREE with the purchase of one of equal or greater value (mine!) FTW.
Post # 9
Part of it is because FH is in a different place now financially now than he was when we purchased my ering. The wedding ring isn’t really blingy, but it’s got green tourmaline, which I guess is making it a little more expensive?
Post # 10
I have a beautiful, half-eternity, plantium wedding band that equals one carat total weight, but my e-ring was close to four times more expensive than my wedding band.
Post # 11
My e-ring cost about $2300 and my band cost $850.