(Closed) Is It Weird To Want Two Wedding Ring Sets?

posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 31
638 posts
Busy bee

To me it would be rings I bought but nothing to do with my own marriage.

Post # 32
1627 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

All for having multiple sets here! I never really ever considered the idea of having only one ring for life, I have always wanted multiple. My husband says he doesn’t care how many rings I have as long as there is only one of him. 🙂 Ring #3 is in the works right now, and I have at least two more I want over time. The important factor , to me and the only other person whose opinion matters( my husband), is that I make sure to wear a ring on that finger. 

So I say go for it! When my mom passes I will inherit her ring, and some day will pass it on to my niece. 

Post # 33
2011 posts
Buzzing bee

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KellyTee:  I don’t think it’s weird, but I personally wouldn’t have them. 

I think it’s purely a difference of how much the actual physical rings mean to you, which is totally fine! 

For me, personally, my physical engagment ring is my engagment ring because it’s the ring my love proposed with. Of course if it were stolen or something I’d replace it, but it wasn’t. It carries significance to me because Fiance chose it, proposed with it, and even if I bought a replacement it wouldn’t really be my “engagment ring”. Same goes for my wedding ring. It will be the ring we use during our wedding ceremony, signifying our marriage, thus making it my wedding ring. 

I think about it like this: If I got married tomorrow wearing X Wedding Dress, then 10 years from now, in 2025 I had a vow renewal and bought and wore Y White Wedding Dress. If someone were to ask me, what did you wear for your wedding? The answer would be X Wedding Dress. The fact that I wore it at my wedding would make it my wedding dress. 

I don’t think there’s anyyyything wrong with wearing non-wedding jewelry on your wedding ring finger if you like switching it up and still want to show that you are actually married. But, I personally wouldn’t consider them all actual “Wedding sets”. 

Post # 34
11 posts

It’s not weird at all, my husband is planning on resizing his grandmother’s last wedding set for either our 5 or 10 year anniversaries, can’t remember which. I think he’s also going to size his grandfather’s matching band. My own grandparents had multiple sets so we’re just following tradition I guess lol.

Post # 35
69 posts
Worker bee

If you feel weird just wear it as a RHR 

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