Post # 62
@ChefDori: I’m with you guys. My Fiance always gets me whatever I want no matter price so I wanted to get him whatever he wanted. He said he doesn’t care how his ring looks. So I just picked something out that matches my ring and that I thought would fit his personality. His ring ended up costing $900 on sale.
Post # 63
$800 smh spoiled!!! but I couldn’t resist it was super cute and matched with my ring!
Post # 64
I don’t think anyone got their husband’s ring based on price. He got me the ring of my dreams, so I did the same for him. Just turns out that the ring he really wanted was simple and only $100. 🙂
He didn’t want fancy, or gold, or stones. He already has a white gold ring with a 1ct diamond in it for his right hand that belonged to his grandfather, so he said he wanted his wedding band to be simple.
Post # 65
I was willing to spend whatever he wanted on the perfect ring for him. After visiting 5 or 6 jewelry stores the one he loved was a tungsten band from JC Penny’s it cost $140.
Post # 66
- Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
We ended up getting his ring for free; which is a LOOOONG story. But had we purchased it, it would have been $100. Tungston. It looks like this:
Post # 67
We won a gift card for jvljewelry.com at a wedding show and got a free tungsten wedding band for him.
Post # 68
I think FI’s ring was on sale for $600 from blue nile. It’s a 7mm palladium. He didn’t like the thickness of the titanium/cobalt/steel rings.
Post # 69
My DH wanted something light and comfortable. He hated everything he tried on in precious metals because it was heavy and cumbersome. He loved the titanium band that I got from an Etsy seller. It was comfort fit with rounded edges and on the thinner side for about $50 before the prices went up for titanium. He doesn’t take it off and loves the feel of it. For some men less is more 🙂
Post # 70
we went tungsten through JVL jelwery, we got two bands shipped and engraved for $86 or something around there. And he loves them.
Post # 71
My FI’s band will be around $2K. But this is a second marriage for the both of us, we’re over 40, and financially fit. It’s what he wants, and that’s what I’m going to buy him.
Post # 73
His ring was around $550.
Post # 74
My fiance’s was £400 ($600) from Goldsmiths.
Post # 75
DH is on his third ring so I’m not sure how to vote 🙂
His first was a 10kt yellow gold band that I believe was around $200. Then he wanted a “silvery” looking band so he bought a titanium one for around $50. He lost some weight so it was too big and could not be resized so now he has a tungsten band that he bought on overstock for around $60 I believe.
These were all ones he picked out. If he wanted a more expensive ring he would have picked one out.
Post # 76
Fiance didn’t care for the look of the tradition men’s bands. He opted for a nice two tone white gold band with a little sparkle on it for $1000. lol go figure