Post # 16
I appreciate all the feedback (and pictures, as I’m a sucker for them), bees! 24 hours to sit on it, and I’ve realized that it’s just not a big deal if I move rings around…just because my family has been super traditional doesn’t mean I have to be! Still leaning towards my last plan (exchange plain bands, wear plain band on right hand/diamond and solitaire on left/swap plain band over to left hand when I take them off), and I read that in several countries, including Norway, it’s common to wear the wedding band on the right hand, which I thought was cool. I’m going to give the whole stack a shot by wearing it after my wedding for a few days…maybe it’ll grow on me?
Post # 17
- Wedding: April 2016 - Tennessee
I know this sounds kind of corny, but you could wear all three together and it can become sentimental to you to look it as a past-present-future set. The past being the engagement ring, the present being the wedding band you exchange at the ceremony, and the future being the diamond band you choose for yourself to symbolize your future being bright (like a diamond) lol. I think all three look great and they can all hold a special meaning. This way you can take the diamond band and engagement ring off at night but always leave the plain band on so you are never without the actual wedding band that matches your husbands. I know I’m corny 😌 but I’m a sucker for sentimental things ☺️ Either way, they are all lovely and be nice whatever you decide 🙂