Post # 1
My Boyfriend or Best Friend and I are discussing rings lately, and I love the look of halo rings, but am uncertain of how they look with wedding bands. I REALLY want a band and ring I can have soldered together, because I’m the kind of person who will constantly be fidgeting with it or slowly driven crazy if it can move 🙂
Is this possible with halos?
Can any married ladies out there send me pics of their halos and bands together? Thanks so much!
Post # 3
Yes you can get any two rings soddered together, however, I am choosing not to. Here is my halo ering and contour band together…
Post # 4
Check out Mrs. Mary Jane’s posts about her wedding band saga. I loved the look of halo rings also but ultimately decided not to get one because I couldn’t handle the way the wedding band had to be contoured. I wanted something I could wear alone and it wouldn’t look curved.
But since you want to get your soldered together anyway– then a halo will be no problem for you.
Post # 5
I have a halo ring and love it! The band that I am getting matches my ring and sits flush without a contour. I love it so much. I wish I had a photo to show you them together and all I could find are the stock photos but here is what my set will be:
Here is a side view of my e-ring but with a round center stone:
The way the sides go up allows the band to be flush but the ring over all is not too high
Post # 6
My friend has a set just like SandDollar and it is very pretty!
Post # 7
i actually love the look of a contoured band because it’s more unique and to me the curve actually reminds me of my fingers (okay i’m crazy i know)…. i think i’d be sad if i didn’t get a halo but of course i’m one of those that will want to wear the e-ring at all possible times and days and never remove it….
Post # 8
well cre, if you don’t get the halo you want you could always upgrade later. its a great time to love halos though– there are some great options out there for girls. they are so popular and i see beautiful new ones practically every day. am i imagining this or were you wanting a blue topaz or aquamarine ring?
Post # 9
Thanks @texaslawgirl !!!
I love love love the look of the ones where the band sits flush under the halo, but I’m okay with contured too if it’s a split shank. 🙂 Now I know what to tell J to look for.
Post # 10
I’m attaching pix of my e-ring with a halo (disregard the random watch band under it-my camera wouldn’t focus on the ring when it was on the white background). You can see that the stone and halo are raised enough to have a band flush. I don’t plan to have the bands soldered so I can have the option to wear them separately. I don’t expect them to separate enough to be bothersome.
Post # 11
oops, maybe these pix will work…
Post # 12
I love halos too but it’s not what I’ve decided I want.
Styles will come and go (it is a pretty style though) and whatever looks best on your hand and the band compliments it is what I say! But those e ring pics here are beautiful! Congrats engaged bees with those pretty halos!
My preference is a plat band a teeny bit thicker with two (or more if he wishes) baguettes flanking each side of the solitaire. Very similar to a style by Cartier I’ve loved for years! Style and what’s in and out doesn’t matter to me. What looks best does!
Post # 13
I cannot wear a band with my halo becuase I have diamonds on the inside, but it is very possible if you get a band for both sides then it will even it out…..
Post # 14
I LOVE halo rings!! I hope i’ll be seeing mine soon…. I think we are definitely down to the week or so ladies…. here’s to moving to the planning board….
Post # 15
My Boyfriend or Best Friend and I went looking at rings a few months ago and we both fell in love with a Henri Daussi halo ring! It was beautiful! I knew from the start that I wanted a halo ring. Most of the ones that we looked at had the centerstone and halo raised so that a band could fit right under it.
Post # 16
I think you should go check out some stores and see them in person with the band.