(Closed) Oh crap…ring regret. What to do!??

posted 8 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
3564 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I definitely don’t think it’s dumb…a lot of people upgrade after a year or two. What does your SO think about it?

Post # 4
82 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 1996

I think it’s okay to upgrade it whenever as long as you and hubby are okay with it.  My ring has changed so very many times. My original e-ring was a marquis ruby reset into a channel set diamond band. The ruby was taken from the promise ring Darling Husband gave me when we were dating. We didn’t have $ for a new ring and I loved that ruby because he had chosen it. We paired it with a channel set band.  Well my beautiful ruby was stolen from a hotel room after we’d been married for two years..grrrrrr…after that we just replaced, changed, reset, etc. Darling Husband knows I like jewelry and like to play so he’s never blinked an eye.  I also have a plain white gold band that I wear alone when I’m feeling low key.  I love that look as well.  I think you should do whatever makes you smile.  As far as paying for it yourself, as a rule I swipe the card when I get new jewelry but since we’re married and all the $ is in one account I tell myself he’s buying these sparklies for me!Wink

Post # 5
3692 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

I actually have 2 different wedding bands.  The one I used in my ceremony is actually a 5-stone anniversary ring.  But I work in a vet’s office, and was afraid of damaging either the diamond wedding ring or my e-ring, so I don’t wear them there.  I bought a plain gold band for  the more low-key stuff.  

Actually, my diamond rings aren’t insured yet, so I’ve been afraid to wear them at all since the ceremony, and have had the plain band on continuously for almost 2 months.

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