Post # 1
okay i am getting married very soon
and this is my engagement ring
these are the rings im thinking about using as my wedding band would any of them look nice with this ring take in mind i have very small hands only a size 4.5
thank you for any and all help any of you ladies can give me 😀
Post # 3
I think the third one would look best, but it might be to wide. It would be best to see what they look like together. I suggest going into a jewelry shop and try on a few different styles to see what looks best. You will probably want a thinner band, so it doesn’t over power your ering.
Post # 4
i like the second one, but would be concerned about the ring not sitting flush with the e-ring. are there any rings out there that would conform more with the shape of your e-ring?
Post # 5
i love the 1st one!!! i want it to be my band 😛
the second one is pretty too, the 1st & second seem to match your e ring better than the 3rd one…
Post # 6
I think the assymetrical diamonds on band 1 works best with your Ering.
Post # 7
thank you all for your help the ering is really a promise ring
so no rings that ive found online or in a store would fit flesh against the ring
but im okay with that 🙂
and again thanks 😀
Post # 8
i like #2 because it’s so unique.. and sorta matches your e-ring, at least imo.. that or #1.. not sure.. haha.. but i agree with a few here, the first two match your e-ring the most : D good luck on choosing! ^_^
Post # 9
My e ring dont realy fit with any band the shape is kinda hard so Im moving my ering over and getting a big wedding band, I dont think you can even call it a band ring. I like # 2 ! love your ring I dont think it matters what goese with what its how much you love the ring like you love your honey!
Post # 10
I love ring #2. It has the asymmetry like your promise e-ring, and I think it’s small enough to work for a tomboy. 😉
Post # 11
if your e-ring is princess cut (square), stay w/ princess cut. doing a mix and match of princess cut vs. round from e-ring to band may look awkward.
Post # 12
I like the second one the best. I also know a lot of people who wear their wedding band on their left hand and their engagement ring on their right. That’s an option if you can’t find a band that looks perfect with your engagement ring.
Post # 13
I think #2 is really pretty, and it would go really well with your e-ring!
Post # 14
I think you will really need to try them on together to see what you like. I too had a problem finding a ring to lay flat against my engagement ring and some styles I thought would look nice didn’t.
Post # 15
@KTseamans: that is pretty
Post # 16
Love the style of the second one to go with your e-ring!