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Post # 2
I’m not a huge fan of that combination, the balance looks a bit off to me. Both are lovely on their own, but together they feel a bit mismatched.
Post # 3
I don’t think your wedding band is small, but your engagment ring is massive. I think any kind of band (except a very thick one) will look small next to it.
Post # 4
There’s no balance, you might want to find another wedding band.
Post # 5
swonderful: I agree. I love the band, but anything would look small next to your engagement ring (which is also beautiful!). I also don’t think small = bad. I intend to have a very thin wedding band, like yours, and it doesn’t bother me that it might look small next to my engagement ring. I think the important thing is that you like both rings!
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
If you’re planning to usually wear your e-ring, I personally like the combo. Anything more “balanced” will mean you will have a huge thick stack of rings on your hand. I like how the thin band complements the big one.
Post # 7
Yeah, I have to agree that the proportions are wrong. Your e-ring is very large and I would consider wearing my wedding ring on my other hand.
Post # 8
tkala: Compared to your ering, the band is very small. I would either get a slightly thicker wedding band or a plain wedding band and let your ering do all of the talking. And when I say thicker, I mean not width wise like the difference between a 2mm or a 4mm, I mean the actual circle part make thicker.
Post # 9
I would go for a plain metal band. Your Engagement Ring will over-power anything else. And it should be the star of the show anyway. Look at that thing! 🙂
Post # 10
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
With an e-ring that massive, I would go for a plain metal wedding band. I would keep it skinny so that you don’t end up with rings taking over the entire top section of your finger.
Post # 11
- Wedding: December 2014 - Norton Country Club
Like koi424: and lovekiss:, I would suggest trying a plain metal band. That beautiful ring will outshine just about any ring with stones in it. A plain metal band would provide enough contrast visually that it will be more noticable.
Post # 12
I would also go for a plain metal band.
Post # 13
The first picture looks cute but then there is a different camera angle and then it does get lost.
Post # 14
I personally really like it! It might not disappear so bad if you wore the band on the outside, thats what I had to do wtih mine. Even though they’re both similar widths, my ering is taller than my band and would overpower it. I’m not sure which ring is “supposed” to be on the outside, but I dont really care 🙂
Post # 15
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I would either add a metal band or use the ering alone.