Post # 1
Are you choosing thicker bands for your wedding rings? My e-ring has a very thin band (micropave) and I’d like to wear it with my wedding band as a set…but I’d like the option to wear the wedding band alone, and if the band is the thickness that my e-ring band is, it would be super thin. I have my eye on a pretty wedding band, but I’m wondering if I can pull these off as a set, so I’m wondering what bees in similar situations are doing. The wedding band is maybe 3 times the thickness of the engagement band. Maybe wear the e-ring on the right hand, or keep the engagement ring to use as a wedding ring as well?….
And here’s what the wedding band looks like
Would the wedding band overpower the e-ring on the same hand? And do the rings in a set always have to “match”? Thanks!
Post # 3
oh i love the look of mismatched bands! its hard with your style ering bc it will usually not lay flush with another band. i would say your best bet is to try on a few different styles and see what you think 🙂
Post # 4
Mine are both super thin ~2mm. I wore the band by itself during the honeymoon and I thought it was really cute. I think a thicker band would look off-balance. If you want more bulk, get matching thing bands!
My band definitely is noticeable because my e-ring a solitaire with a solid band and the wedding band is micropave, but i love them together.
Post # 5
oooo your ring looks almost identical to mine! i plan on getting a thin band.. actually i plan on finding a band that looks exactly like the band on my ering just without the center stone obviously. I would def wear the band by itself even if its super thin.
looove your ring!!!
Post # 6
Thanks everyone! I’ll try on some thinner band styles. This band might be a little too mismatched.