Post # 1
My SO and I are trying to pick an e-ring setting and have narrowed it down to these three options. Which one do you think looks the best?? Please help us decide!!
Thank you so much for your help!
Post # 3
They are all beautiful rings but i really like #1
Post # 4
I really like ring two, so unique and pretty!
Post # 5
@MissKittyKat: They’re all beautiful, but to me, ring #1 is the most elegant and feminine, which is my personal style 🙂 #2 reads more modern, and #3 is more geometric.
ETA: Also, what kind of wedding band do you think you’d like? Some people like contoured, I prefer straight whether that means it sits flush or there’s a gap, but I don’t like gaps too big. Personally I’d rock a straight band with the first ring and I’m guessing there would probably be a small gap, or maybe it would be flush, depending on how high the basket is and/or whether you’d be willing to get your band nothed and soldered to the engagement ring.
Regardless of your choice, congratulations!
Post # 6
the first one is beautiful!
Post # 8
I prefer ring 2 the best 🙂 I think it has the most finesse of all the rings, and the milgrain is beautiful.
Post # 9
number one!!! by a long shot 🙂 love it
Post # 10
Another poster made the great point to consider a wedding band with it. That’s something I didn’t think about at all until long after I had my e-ring, and it could make a difference in what you pick!
Post # 11
@MissKittyKat: I like number 1 the best but my question is have you considered what type of wedding band you would wear with these rings? If rocking the gap is not a problem I’d say go for your favorite. A lot of bees stress over picking the wband AFTER they choose the ering since they did not consider it in the first place.
Post # 12
Ring #1 and ring #2 are the easiest to set wedding bands next too, but ring #2 gets my vote.
Post # 13
They are all beautiful, but I really like 1. Ultimately it comes down to your own personal preference.
Post # 14
- Wedding: November 2014 - Philadelphia, PA
Ring #1 gets my vote! It’s beautiful!
Post # 15
Thank you so much to those who have replied so far! I agree that it is super important to consider the wedding band and how the two will look together. I found a few pictures of when I tried on these same rings with simple flat bands. These aren’t the exact bands that I would get for each one, but this should give a pretty good idea (and sorry for the horrible lighting and phone picture quality!):
Ring #1 with a band:
Ring #2 with a band:
Ring #3 with a band:
Post # 16
I love number 1. When I scrolled down and saw it I was like “Oooh, pretty!” and the other 2 just didn’t grab me the same way. It looks great with the band, too.