Post # 1
When I get married I want to wear just a thin wedding band on a daily basis because of the nature of my job and active lifestyle. I would love to see pictures of yours by itself and what width they are if you know it.
Post # 2
I don’t have a picture of just the band on my hand, but here’s mine. It is a 2mm white gold band from Kay Jewelers, bought on sale for just $79. I had budgeted much more for my band, but just found that I liked the plain one the most (more honeymoon money, yay!).
Post # 3
I have a few band that are between 1mm and 1.3mm but I consider these spacer or stacking bands. Here are a couple that I think could make nice stand alone wedding bands.
14k white gold diamond and milgrain art deco band 2.1mm at widest point, but looks very dainty due to the scalloped design.
This one is a 14k rose gold twisty band 1.6mm
14k white gold pave diamond half eternity band 1.5mm
Post # 4
Here is mine. It’s a 2.2 mm rose gold band.
Post # 5
MrsSparkleBee13: beautiful, thanks for sharing! I was thinking somewhere around 1.5 mm, I love how dainty and subtle they are.
Post # 8
ahimas: Can i ask where you got your wedding band? I’ve been looking for a dainty little sparkly like that!
PS. Love your set, as usual 🙂
Post # 9
TheGridMonster: Thank you 🙂 I’ll PM you.
Post # 10
ahimas: hello, I’m interested too! and I have the same style e-ring!. 🙂
Post # 11
Not sure what the width is, but it’s thin.
Post # 14
1.5mm full eternity…
With my e-ring…
ETA…I have this one as well but it’s not my wedding band…will be used for stacking. It’s 1.8mm…
Post # 15
Oh all these are so lovely! There’s something absolutely beautiful about minimalist jewelry.
Does anyone know if super thin platinum bands (1-1.5 mm) bend over time? I would prefer my wedding band to last a lifetime, but I would go up in size if it means the band will last longer.