Post # 1
Okay so I have a Birks Blue three-stone channel set engagment ring, and my Fiance and I are looking to buy the band that goes with it… and I found a channel set ring on bluenile.com with sapphires and diamonds and its absolutely gorgeous… what do you think of the pairing? Have any of you ladies done anything similar?
Post # 3
They definitely work together since they have the same type of band and same shaped stones. It’s impossible to know for sure until you try them on together. Sometimes one is taller than the other and sticks out further than the other ring. that bothers me and makes me think rings don’t work together, but I’m sure other people aren’t bothered by that.
Post # 4
Both of those rings are absolutely beautiful. I actually had a diamond & sapphire one exactly like that, but it got stolen.
I say go with more of a match to your e-ring, but that’s just my style. Then you can wear the sapphire one on your right hand.
Post # 5
My personal preference would be more of a match or a plain metal band but since they’re both channel set they might coordinate. Some people are into the mismatched look but it’s just not for me. If you love it though, go for it!
Post # 6
Ohhh I think that would look gorgeous! But I love sapphires and diamonds together.
Post # 7
I’m a big fan of the solid precious metal wedding band, but that aside, these two look like they will look nice together.
Post # 8
My favorite thing right now is a white stone e-ring with a colored stone wedding band, so obviously, my vote is in the go for it category! I’m currently waiting on a sapphire/peridot band to go with a 1ct princess cut e-ring. (I switch up my sets frequently.) I’ll post pics when they come in. There is always the option of also getting a plain metal, or all white stone band down the road, to switch in and out, if the change up doesn’t bother you. If you can afford it, you can get both bands at once, and use them both at your wedding, so they are both “official” wedding rings.
Post # 9
That is almost identical to the band I am planning on, and I have a channel set diamond ering (although only 1 stone). I love how the sapphires set the diamonds off.
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@Susanlee178: really? Yay haha. I just got my ruby wedding band! Have to get some good pictures. Post yours when you get it!!
Post # 12
@VictoriaK1990: love it. Note also that I think that band tends to be a bit thinner than it looks in their stock photo so that’s good too. It won’t compete with your e-ring!!
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I like it, that is actually something I am thinking about when Hubby and I upgrade. Right now we have an heirloom set I wear my two rings, hubby opted to wear a tunsten ring since he works in the auto industry and is afraid of damaging his ring from the set. The plan is that at some point in the future, like 20/25 years down the road to renew our vows, at which point we will get new rings for both if not just for me, and then set the heirloom set aside for our children, assuming we are ever able to have or adopt them.
Post # 16
I think it totally works! The two bands are quite similar.