Post # 1
Lately I’ve been trying to figure out how to do the ring exchange with my stacker rings. Do I just use one ring? Maybe wear the first ros gold band and e-ring, and have him add the second rose gold band? Do I have to do the exchange with all of them? Any suggestions?
Heres a picture of my set. Center band is my e-ring.
Post # 2
There aren’t any rules, do whatever’s easier! When we got married I wore my stackers my right hand and had my husband put my wedding band on during the ceremony. Afterwards I moved the bands over. My rings looked different though, and I wanted one specifally to be my wedding band.
Post # 3
Fiance is going to put both of them on me during the ceremony (I want them both to hold equal importance as my wedding rings). My ering will be on my right hand, and after the ceremony I will switch the rings to how I will be wearing them (I won’t be wearing my ering with both the other bands, the other bands will only be worn together, so one band will be put on my right hand for the rest of the day so my ering can be put back on my left).
Does that make sense? Lol
Post # 4
Just wear them all it looks like one ring, it’s gorgeous
Post # 5
A friend of mine that wanted two wedding bands, used one for the exchanging of the rings. Then after the wedding the groom gave her the second band at the reception. He did it during a toast, but it could be done in privacy as well.
Post # 6
How about a thin silk ribbon to tie them together? They should still slide on just fine with the ribbon and it’ll keep them together in case of nerves during the ceremony.
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
I have two wedding rings. I wore my ering and he put both of my wedding rings on me during the ceremony. I wanted them each to be a part of the ceremony.
Post # 8
Thanks for all of your advice!! I’m going to toy around with how it feels to do the ribbon thing, and I’m going to see how he feela sbout putting both rings on me during that time. He keeps talking about how nervous he’s going to be, so he may just want to do one just because of that lol. But thank you for the ideas!!
Post # 9
You should definitely do what you want and what will make you and your Fiance most comfortable. I don’t think there’s any “right” or “wrong” way to do it.
It can be a nerve-wracking moment when the rings get slipped onto fingers, because the ceremony usually goes kind of quiet … and you really feel all the attention in the room right on you. Which, of course, is the way it should be. But it can feel a little daunting in the moment. When we got married, I only had the one wedding band, but my original band (the one DH put onto my hand at our ceremony) is about 5mm, so kind of wide. I was so nervous and excited at the ceremony that my fingers swelled, and he couldn’t even get the band on all the way. If your stack is wide and/or your fingers tend to swell at all when you’re nervous or excited, this might be an issue with using all 3 bands during the ceremony.
This finger swelling thing happens to me in jewelry stores, too. I hate it. *sigh*
Post # 10
I’m just using one. the other band and my e-ring won’t be in the ceremony at all.