Post # 1
While casually telling my grandma that I was having a hard time finding a wedding band that I liked, she told me that I could have her mother’s ring! I didn’t even know she had it!
My grandma is the fifth of nine kids. There are 19 grandkids and 30 great-grandkids, of which I’m definitely neither the oldest nor the first to get married. I never in a million years would’ve expected to get it.
It fits almost perfectly, and it’s exactly what I would’ve bought for myself. My grandma says it was obviously meant to be mine.
Post # 3
Awesome! So nice of her to know exactly what you needed. 🙂
Post # 5
That’s amazing! It sounds perfect!
Post # 6
Wow! That looks great with your ring. So wonderful that she gave it to you! It seems to have worked out perfectly for you. 🙂
Post # 8
That’s so wonderful, and it looks great with your ering!
Post # 9
Congratulations! I had a somewhat similar experience myself. NotFroofy inherited a ring from her grandmother back in Wales. It was exactly the kind of ring I wanted, and it fit me almost perfectly.
Post # 10
@mepayne: It looks like the rings were made for eachother ; ) congrats!!! there beautiful
Post # 13
Thanks ladies! I keep wanting to wear it. 10 months just seems so far! I’m thinking of wearing it on my right hand, stacked with the rose gold ring I was going to buy to test out an Etsy seller that I had planned to buy my wedding ring from. Since it’s an heirloom, I feel like that’s more “okay” than if I bought it… but I digress. I might just be trying to justify wearing it early.
Post # 14
@mepayne: I love it!! 🙂 id wear it now too 🙂
Post # 15
@mepayne: Wow! It was meant to be!
Post # 16
@mepayne: That is awesome and it looks perfect with your E-ring!
That said- DON’T WEAR IT BEFORE YOUR WEDDING! It’s your wedding ring wether you bought it or not! Wait. It’ll make him slipping it on your finger that much more special.