Post # 47
I also love stones. Husband actually used to NEVER wear a ring. Almost lost his ring ringer while wearing one at work. Stripped his finger to the bone almost. It looks normal now but is painful to wear a ring too long. My grandfather recently passed, and we were VERY close. When husband was given the ring he eagerly put it on & has been making serious effort to wear it as often as possible. Think it was meant for him. Grandpa has huge muscular hands & not a single person who tried it on could fill it out. Husband slipped it on & it fit PERFECT & hasn’t hurt once so far. Sidenote…grandpa didn’t wear his ring anymore as he too almost lost (& permantly injured) his ring finger at work as well!!! Would LOVE to see your husbands ring. Any pics with yours? Sounds gorgeous.
Post # 48
Ours don’t match because we wanted completely different things. Mine is platinum with diamonds and his is a yellow gold band.
Post # 49
Ours match. Custom made titanium bands with matching engraveings. 🙂
Post # 50
Fiance would like ours to match, and I would as well, so I suppose we’ll get matching bands.
However, I’m getting the matching band that goes with my ring as well in case I want to wear them as a set, since I plan on only wearing my band alone when I get it.
Post # 51
Before we were engaged, Fiance said he liked the idea of matching rings. He ended up picking out my E ring without my input and it is yellow gold, so I started looking for yellow gold bands for both of us. Then he said he doesn’t like yellow gold. Uhhhh??? I would have preferred a white metal myself, but you didn’t think of that sooner! So I’m sticking with gold to match my E ring (an eternity band) and he picked out a tungstun ring for himself. Quite the opposite in material and style.
Post # 52
Our bands are both 18k yellow gold, and classic in style, but they’re not a perfect match.
Post # 53
They don’t have to match, but ours will. 🙂
Post # 54
Mine is a half-eternity style band, and his is black tungsten carbide. I love his ring- it’s very “him.”