Post # 1
After a few weeks of lurking these boards and ogling all of the beautiful pictures I decided to join – because I am looking for advice!
My boyfriend and I have been together 5 years now, and he says we will be engaged sometime in 2011! I’m pretty excited and I am a planner so I have already started checking out rings. I found moissaniteco.com and I love their rings… and their prices. It’s only January 31st so I know i’m WAY WAY ahead of myself by looking at rings, but I can’t help it! There are so many beautiful choices here and on all the websites, and I’ve got it narrowed down to a few favorites.
I thought I liked three stones at first… but I keep coming back to the solitaires, they are so classic and beautiful. I have long slender fingers and I think that would suit me best. I need to go try some on in person to really decide what style I love but for right now I’m considering the one below. It comes with a matching wedding band of baguettes and little round stones but I think it’s too matchy matchy… do you bees think an eternity band would go with it?
I just LOVE the look of eternity bands and solitaires, but I wanted a solitaire with a little bit more flair than just a plain band…
Post # 3
i’m not sure they do…just because one has the baguettes and the other has the rounds….but then again the center stone is round. hmmmm
Post # 4
It’s hard to say without seeing them on a real hand…but I think an eternity ring goes with most things so they probably do.
Post # 5
I love that style e-ring! I think the band and the e-ring might look nice together, but it is hard to say without seeing them together. You might want to check the return policy before purchasing.
PS-Not too early to be looking at all!! We were looking at rings for at least a year before we finally agreed on which one to get. It’s a huge decision!
Post # 6
I think they go together pretty well, actually.
Post # 7
Are those round diamonds after the baguettes? I think it pulls everything together very nicely, plus your center stone is round, so it will echo that.
Post # 8
*sigh* Solitaires with eternity bands are the best! I am like you, and wanted a solitaire with a little extra bling to it accenting the band. It’s hard to tell for sure without seeing the two rings together on a finger, but I think they would work.
It’s never too early to be looking! I spent like 6 months (at least) searching for my perfect ring, and it took me a while. There are so many gorgeous rings out there, it was hard to figure out which I liked best. I think going to check them out in person is a great idea. I thought for sure I wanted a princess cut with trillian side stones, but once I tried some on, I just didn’t love the way they looked on my hand – I realized round stones looked much better.
Post # 9
personally, I love solitaires– but I like simple, elegant designs.
Post # 10
My neighbor has a GORGEOUS channel set band that has baguettes in it. That may be a good route to go! Seriously, after I saw her ring, I started looking at baguette rings.
Post # 11
I personally think they would look great together, the both give off a similar vibe but contrast each other enough. Honestly people have different styles and preferences and while you can ask for opinions, only you can determine your own style. I have seen plenty of sets that other women gush over and I think are just not pretty and vice versa. I looked online forever before I found the ring that fit both my tastes and my Fiance and it is absolutely perfect for me and am so happy.
I have a cushion cut stone with pear side stones and I plan on getting a 7 stone wedding band with round diamonds and they don’t match, but they will “go”.
Post # 12
I love this site – everyone is so nice! Thanks for all your replies… I definitely do need to go try rings in person. I just really love eternity bands for a wedding band and I hope I love an engagement ring that goes with it! I have seen some beautiful combos on this site.