Post # 1
Hello Bees, I could really use a hand. I’ve been looking at wedding bands for a while now and I still can’t choose. Several have caught my eye, but I keep dithering between them. Really must pick one, need to have it before 3 weeks flies by!
Apologies for all the large images and for the hairy fingers (they aren’t mine!)
This is my e-ring
This is the band I absolutely love, but it is a little over budget. And it has yellow gold insdead of white, so I’m not certain it would go.
And then there’s this with pink diamonds..
And this one..
And FINALLY this one
Post # 3
I could see the first white diamond band looking good with your e-ring. you are going to have a lot of finger coverage with those two, so be sure to keep that in mind.
what is the center stone of your e-ring? it’s gorgeous!!
Post # 4
@janie-janie: That’s what I thought since it has little curve in it. I’m fine with lots of finger coverage, although it may be harder to use gloves.. The center stone in my e-ring is a green diamond and thanks. Also, thanks for the input 🙂
Post # 5
Those of you picking the “All horrible” option, feel free to put in your own suggestion. Its not the most helpful option on its own. Im fairly open minded.
Post # 6
I’m a big fan of mixing metals and stone colours. And I just LOVE fancycoloured diamonds! Perhaps you could get either the pink or yellow diamonds as a wedding ring and then buy the other as an eternity ring? I think they’d look gorgeous together.
Post # 7
@MeelaMay: They’re lovely rings, but i don’t think any of them would look good next to your ring.
Post # 8
I vote for white diamonds 2 or 3! They scream “wedding band” to me more than all the other options. PS. I love your beautiful and unique e-ring!!!
Post # 9
Unless you plan on wearing them seperate from your e ring I don’t think any of them will complement your e ring.
how about something like this:
a simple pave band to match the pave in your e ring setting
Post # 10
I chose the last one but can’t quite picture how the ring would fit up against the center stone on your e-ring. Is it raised so a ring can slide under it? Your e-ring is beautiful!
Post # 11
@bbsoon2be: That’s what other people have said I should go for…maybe I should listen. I’m sure it would go very nicely with my ring, although what I would like is something that stands out yet also goes somewhat with my e-ring. But not too matchy-matchy. Very hard to find when you can’t try many on! Thanks for the input 🙂
It probably would slide under the center stone when next to my e-ring as the stoen is fairly raised. And thank you!
I think you’re right about the last looking most like a wedding band. Although all of these rings are marketed as being wedding bands. The stype of the wedding bands seem to vairy greatly depending on the country of origin. US def has flashier ones. ANd also thank you 🙂
@Sweetie Pie 21:
I guess another option is to wear the e-ring on my right hand. Cheers for your honesty
Post # 12
I’m not a fan of mix matching wedding bands, just my personal taste.
I don’t think any of those will look right with your ring considering the way its made you will most likely have a very odd look or large gap.
Hope you find something you really like! In the end, its all about what YOU want, not any of us hehe 😀
Post # 13
I don’t think any of them really “go” except for the last one. I love the pink diamond one so I would chose that if you’re going to wear them separately. Otherwise I would keep looking.
Post # 15
I agree, that you might end up with something too busy looking if you go and mix your stones and metals. Your ring is BEAUTIFUL!! I think something simple and unsterdated like the white diamond band suggested will look great without taking anything away from what you have.
Post # 16
Can I please ask where you saw that pink diamond band? It is so pretty.