Post # 17
My rings are platinum and his is stainless steel. I tease him a lot about having the cheapest metal and me having the most expensive 🙂 He really didn’t care and I knew he would get it beaten up anyways as he wears it constantly!
Post # 18
I think it really depends on your style. I personally feel like it’s important to have close-to-matching rings. (I blame my parents.) We’re hoping to find antique wedding bands, so they won’t be an exact match, but we’ll definitely go with the same color family, and a similar design. My engagement ring is platinum, so I’m hoping to find a platinum wedding band, and we’re hoping to find white gold for him.
Post # 19
My sister’s e-ring is platinum, and her wedding band is yellow gold. It looks so pretty together. Although I liked the look, it’s not my taste and I’m doing platinum and platinum. My FH has a palladium ring which is platinum mixed with other metals. It has a darker finish than mine. I like it.
Post # 20
My e-ring is platinum but I am getting a white gold band (cant even tell the difference just looking at it). He hasnt picked out a ring yet but he wants white gold as well with no diamonds, probably just the two-tone white gold look or something like that.
Post # 21
Ours do not match either…Mine is white gold & his is tungsten! He loves the look of the tungsten & the fact that it doesn’t scratch easily.
Post # 22
both of my rings are platinum, but i love the look of yellow gold 🙂
Post # 23
Both of my rings are white gold, kinda vintage feeling. He picked a white gold band that has an Irish design around it. We didn’t really care if we matched. 🙂