(Closed) Is this going to look stupid?

posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

In my opinion it seems a little odd to have two bands without any type of diamonds or bling (plus one is a little more masculine looking & the other quite girly).. If I were you, I would probably consider doing something for the first band that is a little more feminine than the titanium blue inlay band, and then couple the feminine ring with the frosted 2mm band. I really love that second band.. Are you opposed to jewels? Is that why you are looking for 2 plainish bands?

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Hmm…I agree with @Kat:  I loooove the frosted band, and I like the blue band too, but maybe not together?  The frosted band would be really pretty with maybe a super thin diamond band (maybe rose gold? I was thinking something like this ) or a thicker ruby or other gemstone band? 

ETA: Sorry I didn’t read the part where you said you want to go with titanium…Is that just because of price or for some other reason? I think the blue band could maybe work, but I’m not sure what the frosted band is made of so they might be different colors. Also I would definitely go thinner if you’re going to go with the blue band, maybe even down to 2mm so it matches the size of the frosted band? Not sure if that’s possible with those types of bands, and I’m also not sure what your finger size is but that’s a lot of ring for one hand, IMO, and it might not be comfortable!

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@littlegraykitten: We are totally on the same page here.

After I commented I sat and thought for a minute about what might look good and I immediately was thinking of 2 thin mismatched colored bands. I think a high shine rose gold thin band would look lovely with the frosted band! I’m just thinking that if you are going a route of having 2 bands, you should try as hard as possible to give them somewhat of a different vibe (within a feminine realm) so that they compliment, but don’t copy each other. I love the band that PP posted, but just thought that if you arent a fan on stones, you could do a high shine band instead.

Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

OR you could even do a rose or yellow gold band that is “satin” finish, so it has a matte appearance, but itsnt actually frosted. I like this idea a lot, because the bands will match, but not be too matchy, if ya know what i mean. Here’s a link to a ring that’s shank is done in “satin” rose gold. Hopefully you can see what I mean about it not being exactly like the frosted band.

http://jewelsbyericagrace.smugmug.com/JbEG-Signature-Settings-and/Halos/The-Gabbie-Halo-in-Rose-Gold/16314891_9waUK#1226210905_Ku9gb

Post # 8
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Is it important to your FH that you wear two rings because it has become normal for women to wear their engagement and wedding ring together or is there some other reason?

Post # 9
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@laura11: Please let us know what you decide & then maybe follow up with some pictures! I live for this stuff 😛

Post # 11
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Buzzing Beekeeper

I think you should go with whatever style speaks to you, even if it’s not the typical feminine bling. The blue band is stunning.

Post # 13
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Helper bee

I’m a big fan of the frosted finish. Gotta say, not a fan of the second pic. I loooove the blue wood inlay! I don’t think I’ve ever seen that!

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