Post # 1
My Fiance and I have fallen in love with our wedding ring choices, but our rings are nothing alike. We both like the others, just not on us. So I was wondering how many bees out there had wedding rings that matched their SOs?
Here’s his ring choice:
Post # 3
We both have white gold and diamonds so I guess they do match. It wasn’t conscious though.
Post # 4
No. Just no. DH swore that he would never ever wear a wedding band, except for special fancy occasions. Challenge accepted. I found him a Real-Tree APG Camo wedding band, which was more of a joke then anything, and since I showed it to him that is the only one he would ever remotely contemplate. That is what he got. I didn’t want a matching one thanks, I think it would have looked silly with my yellow gold ering.
Also my parents didn’t have matching bands so it was never something that I thought about. Funny part is my band matches my dad’s lol.
Post # 5
Mine is a 1.5 mm platinum and micopave diamond that closely matches my engagement ring’s band. My Fiance has a tungsten one. Nothing alike.
Post # 6
- Wedding: May 2013 - Pavilion overlooking golf course scenery, reception at banquet hall
My ring has pave curves and needed the matching curved pave band. His is a “typical” tungsten carbide band that men are choosing these days (not all identical of course, but GIS “tungsted carbide wedding band”, that general style)
Post # 7
Ours “match” but are different widths.
Post # 8
@renwoman: If you want your rings to sort of match, could you get yours oxidized so it’s kind of black? I understand if you’re not interested in that idea though, it’s a very different look 🙂 But I think it’s beautiful either way! And his ring is cool too, though it seems to me like it might feel weird.
I voted other: Fiance wants a wedding band that has both white and yellow gold, so I’ve decided to pair a yellow gold eternity band with my white gold engagement ring. So we’ll both have two metal colors, which is uncommon, but other than that they don’t match at all.
Post # 9
LOL! That’s basically what happened to us. I’ve been looking at several different ones, but when I found mine it was instantly like This Is The One! He’s not a jewelry guy and works in a lab so it was assumed that he wouldn’t wear his expect for special occasions, when I found this one and showed it to him his first reaction was “That’s awesome, I’d totally wear that everyday!”.
Post # 10
- Wedding: January 2011 - Midland, TX
Uhh..the don’t match but I guess they compliment each other because they both have “angled shapes” in them.
Post # 11
Ours don’t match. I had to fall in love with a fancy, curved, sparkly ring, and Fiance just wanted a plain band. Our metals aren’t even the same–I got platinum to match my e-ring, and Fiance decided he wanted WG. So at least the color matches!
Post # 12
Nope, not in the slightest. I have two; one is YG and one is RG, and my husband has a titanium with blue lapis inlay ring. We love having rings that show off our personalities!
Post # 13
Our original wedding bands do not match. Mine is a platinum princess cut diamond channel set eternity ring that matches the side stones on my e-ring. My DH’s is a white gold hammer finish band. I also got a milgrain edge plain band. For our 8 year anniversary, I bought us matching tungsten bands – mine is 4mm and his is 6mm. I can’t wear diamonds to work (I am a NICU nurse) and his band was getting really banged up being worn all the time since he works in a lab around a lot of chemicals. Tungsten is the only metal that the hand sanitizer doesn’t eat alive so it works for both our work bands.
Post # 14
Nope, mine’s yellow gold and really detailed. His is tungsten and really simple.
Post # 15
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Nope, mine is family heirloom and he was fairly particular about wanting a steel, “nature-y” ring. We never really thought about getting matching bands, so I guess it wasn’t too important.
Post # 16
My wedding band is platinum with pave diamonds and my husbands is tungsten, so no, they definitely do not match.