Post # 1
So I love love love my engagement ring. It’s thin (2mm), white gold, with a small, low diamond (pics below!)
But I’m a little torn. Fiance prefers yellow gold wedding bands. Can I wear a yellow gold wedding band with this white gold e-ring?
Also, we want claddagh rings (last pic) for our wedding bands. Because the claddagh is too complext to have engraved on a thin band, all we’ve found is a 3.8mm band. Would this thicker band look weird with my thin, delicate looking e-ring?
Post # 3
what about going for half and half?
Post # 4
@AlysiaJ: can you post where you found those claddaghs … not to thread jack, but we’ve been looking for a simple band like those.
I think that the gold with the white gold might look off and I agree with PP that if you could go half n half it would look really nice.
Post # 5
I wear my on different hands and then you can do something that doesn’t go.
Post # 6
Does your fiance prefer a yellow gold band for himself or for you? You don’t have to have matching wedding bands. Or you could wear your e-ring on your right hand.
Post # 7
This website has the best selection for very simple bands that I have found so far: http://www.thecladdagh.com/overview3.htm
He prefers gold for himself, and we were hoping to have matching bands. But I think you’re right, he could go with gold and I could go with white gold.
There are also two-toned bands (i.e. yellow gold band with white gold claddagh). I suppose that could be a way of going half and half.
Post # 8
I do think that white gold would look better with your e-ring, but if you did a simple thin gold band it might look alright. Kate Middleton has a white gold e-ring and a yellow gold band.
I think the yellow gold claddagh one is too much though. Maybe you could wear that on your other hand? It’s nice but I think it would distract too much from your e-ring.
Post # 9
I like the idea of the two tone ring for you, it would tie in the e-ring but also have the yellow gold to match FI!
Post # 10
Sure! No one says you have to match your future husband’s band. If you are sentimental like that, have something engraved in both your bands. I love your ering by the way! So unique and lovely!
Post # 11
Thanks everyone! I think I’m probably going to go with the white gold and let Fiance get yellow gold. Then possible have something engraved on the insides of the rings.
Post # 12
Originally I wanted a rose gold wedding band but now Fi and I are leaning towards whitegold/platinum and rose gold. I really want our bands to match, at least partially and if that’s important to you go for it!
But I don’t think that the band has to match the engagement ring.
Here is what he likes most right now:
And here is what I like most:
They are different but cohesive/similar because they have the same metals and similar style although inverted.
Post # 13
I think if the band was thin it would be okay.. But you dont want a bold yellow gold band to overpower your e ring.
Post # 15
What about a dual-tone ring like this?
Not sure if it would fit with your ering though… but you could look for a more delicate style than just a straight band so that it wouldn’t overpower your ering.
Post # 16
Duchess Kate Middleton’s e-ring is the white gold with sapphire and her wedding band is yellow gold. I think it’s very chic using both metals.