(Closed) Exchanging the damn wedding band?!

posted 5 years ago in Rings
  • poll: Which ring?

    Bead set- you got it right the first time.

    Etoile - thick metal

    Bezet- thinner metal

  • Post # 76
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    Sugar bee

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    MrsBuesleBee:  The Etoile band is beautiful, congrats! Leaning toward a plain band for my wedding band, but I’d love the Etoile as a RHR.

    Post # 77
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    Honey Beekeeper

    While I voted for a thinner band to wear as a set, I have admired the Tiffany etoile ring for years.  Wear it in good health! 

    Post # 78
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    Bumble bee

    Looks so perfect on its own. If I didn’t wear my ering, I’d love a thicker wedding band but I couldn’t not wear my ering, and my ering is way too small for anything not matchy. 

    Glad you went with your heart!

    Post # 80
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    Sugar bee

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    MrsBuesleBee:  I actually love the look of the etoile, so I’m glad you followed your heart to that one!  I think that since it reminds you of your mom’s classic set and you’ve obviously loved hers for a long time, you know that this won’t be a trendy pick that you regret in a few years. 

    Post # 81
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    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: April 2016

     

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    MrsBuesleBee:  I really don’t think you can go wrong…they are all stunning. I love the thickness of the etoile band…it would look gorgeous by itself, and I think it really accentuates the beauty of that gorgeous solitaire! 

    Post # 82
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    Blushing bee

    I love the beadset but if you want to stack a micropave ring later, I think it is going to be a little busy. BUT I think the micropave would look AMAZING with the bezet – the scale would be perfect with your e-ring, the spaced diamonds on the bezet, and tiny diamonds on the micropave. 

    I’m personally not a huge fan of the Etoile because of the band thickness, at least not stacked with your e-ring. I like the simplicity though and would be on board if the thickness was the same as your e-ring (assuming you want to wear them together). 

    Above all, you gotta trust your gut. If you’re not thrilled by the beadset, then it doesn’t matter that everyone else thinks it’s beautiful. 

    Post # 84
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: July 2016

    Nevermind, you made your choice already!  Glad you’re happy!

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    Post # 85
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: July 2015 - City Hall!

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    MrsBuesleBee:  it’s beautiful!

    Post # 86
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    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: November 2013

    I love the fact that you went with your gut! 

    …plus it’s stunning.

    Post # 87
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    Worker bee

    is that bezet from tiffany? Tried on too and was nice, but in the end the eternity still looked nicer with the eng ring.  I also like your eternity still compared to the others

    Post # 88
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    Sugar bee

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    MrsBuesleBee:  Love it! I’m glad you went with that one, I have a solitaire with a thin (2mm) band and my wedding ring is 4mm 🙂

    I love the look of the mismatched thicknesses! While picking them out I asked Fiance if he liked the 4mm or 3mm better for that mismatched look. He said the 3mm makes it look I was trying to match and missed the mark haha!

    I like that they “go together” but aren’t the same size.

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