Post # 16
^^^ I agree. That ring can easily stand on its own. The most I’d do is a plain band.
You can also move your ering to the right hand and wear a wedding ring separately on the left. That was very common when wedding bands were generally thicker than they are today.
Post # 17
What about getting 2 bands? One on either side? Here’s my attempt at photo editing, but I think it looks more balanced this way.
ETA: I just realized your wedding is in 15 days. You can get a second band for an anniversary or baby gift or something in the future.
Post # 18
The proportions look off but at the same time you probably couldn’t comfortably
fit a larger wedding band on one finger. Maybe wear them on separate fingers.
Post # 19
I agree with other PP’s, it’s too thin to really go with your e-ring. It needs something probably about hald the width of the original band so that it evens it out correctly.
Post # 20
- Wedding: October 2014 - Brussels, Belgium
I agree! It looks a lot more balanced with two bands and they could easily be worn on their own as well.
Post # 21
I don’t think I would wear a band with that e-ring!
Post # 22
Oh, yes… I like the two bands!
Post # 23
- Wedding: Christ Life Fellowship
I don’t think I would get a wider band as both together would overpower your hand. I do like the idea of a plain band in the same metal or going without a band and having your e-ring serve as both. If you decide to go with a different band, definitely make sure they are comfortable on your hand before committing.
Post # 24
Oo I like RedWine13
‘s idea for two delicate bands on either side! Your ring is so big, the two bands sort of soften the look! Otherwise, I was going to say go for a thicker plain metal band. And, you can always wear the two bands stacked together by themselves (or separate) if you want a simpler look on some occasions.
Post # 25
I LOVE the two bands! Such a great idea and way to have both rings in case you want to wear them on their own.
Post # 26
I think it looks fine! Dainty and beautiful.
I don’t think a thicker wedding band would look right with your 3-stone.
Post # 27
Maybe try a wedding band that looks the same just slightly larger? They are both gorgeous rings on their own but I don’t think they go together. The wedding band gets lost a little bit next to the massive e-ring
Post # 28
- Wedding: County courthouse
I think the wedding band is too small. I would go with something thicker. Or get another skinny band to balance it out.
Post # 29
I love them both separately, I would put a plain band next to the engagement ring if worn together tho
Post # 30
I would go for a plain band