Post # 1
So since I’ve been married (this past month!) I’ve worn a simple, narrow gold band that used to be my mother’s. I wear my ering on my right hand because they wouldn’t fit together.
My DH wanted me to have a band from him as well, and as our wedding happened to almost coincide with our 5-year dating anniversary, I got a rose gold floral/vine band from him as a gift.
I thought they would look good together, but I’m having doubts. Is it too busy? Are the two colours weird together? Would the uniqueness of each band stanbd out more if they were worn separately? This is making me really sad because I already have to wear my ering on my right hand 🙁
What do you think?
Anniversary ring alone:
Post # 3
I think it’s kinda nice actually!!
Post # 4
I quite like them together. They’re both beautiful rings. I think you would get used to them and how they look together over time too.
Post # 6
I like it! I’ve been wondering myself if I want to get my ‘twist’ wedding band in yellow & rose gold or rose & white.
Mixing rose and yellow is refreshingly different and I think it looks great!
Post # 7
I think they look lovely together actually!
Post # 8
I think they look great together! I would never have thought to pair 2 rings like that, but it really works.
Post # 9
I think they look great together! The mixed metal look is starting to become really popular and pairing two unique rings like that makes your bling even more original. It’s always refreshing to see something different but so gorgeous. Leave them together!
Post # 10
Looks great! Unique and beautiful!
Post # 11
I quite like it, I wear rose and yellow gold together and I love it!
Post # 12
I think they look great together! And the leaves on the floral ring kind of fit into the dips in your mother’s ring so it looks even nicer.
Post # 14
Thank you so much for your reassurances everyone! <3
ooooooh good point! They kind of do “fit”…almost 🙂
Which brings me to another question: Will they rub together and damage each other? I don’t want to solder them. They are both 14k, but they are obviously different alloys. Does that make a difference? Like is RG softer, or vice versa?
Post # 15
@MrsSnowMountain: um those are beautiful together.
Post # 16
@MrsSnowMountain: I love your rings together! Very cool.