Post # 17
I really like it with 1… tho the poster above who mentioned possibly getting a second for their one year anniversary… thats kind of a cute idea 🙂 If I was to get a second one, It would be nice to know that the second one meant something special too… that it wasn’t just there to make it look symetrical.
Post # 18
I will have one band now and Fiance and I are putting the 2nd one in our time caapsule to open up with everything else either on our first or fifth wedding anniversary. So I’ll get to wear it then.
If you can’t or don’t want to wait, I am ALL FOR 2 bands :o)
Post # 19
I like the 1 ring. It’s so obviously a wedding ring and engagement ring that way, where when it’s two rings I feel like it just looks like a really thick single ring.
Post # 20
My vote is 2 cause I like the balance
Post # 21
I like the look of just one band far better than two.
Post # 22
2 absolutley. 1 looks unbalanced & kind of strange to me. I’m biased because I got 2 wedding bands for my own ring for the same reason though lol
Post # 23
Hiding the side detail was my main concern too (Heidi and I are ring twins! yay!) Also I thought, why would we spend all this money on a ring with pave on the sides, only to cover it up with the wedding band? BUT… I see that your contour band is lower than the e ring, and it seems to sit just below the pink accents, so it probably won’t cover it up right?
I think with contour bands, two always looks better… but you’ll probably want to try on a second band to see how wide all three rings end up being. (I know this one is custom, but your jeweler should have one that’s at least close to try on, just to get an idea of how much finger coverage you’ll end up with.)
Post # 24
Is there any chance you could get the second band, and then choose on a daily basis depending on how you felt whether or not to wear it? When I saw the picture on your hand of just the one I thought, yup, that’s perfect, no need for a second, but then seeing the mock up of the matching pair looks so awesome, sort of like a ring wrap, and it also looks wonderful!
Post # 25
@All Shook Up: (Dont think I can wait 5 years lol)
@OMGsprinkles: yes on band says MARRIED. and i like that
I agree on one band I love the look and like the obvious married feel it gives! I definately was thinking only one, but my Fiance says he likes two and wants two…I do feel that my ring looks great with one but I do know if i like the side view so much, looks uneven…what do you think?
Post # 26
@Sara Tiara: I like the symmetry too
Thank you for the vote, another plus for two
@mypinkshoes: you are so cute! you make me love my ring even more!
Post # 27
I vote to stick with the one band for now and maybe get a 2nd band for an important anniversary. Of course I’m biased as I always prefer one band over two and I like the asymetry. To me, there can only be one wedding band, so the second band wouldn’t have any meaning for me. As an anniversary band it would gain some meaning.
Post # 28
@Lalalalauran: wow that was hard to type lol…I agree our rings are very similar. My band is thin so I think your right, two bands will still let the e-ring stand out.
@xlittlemissbride: thanks for the tip. I don’t like tight feeling either, I got my e-ring bigger than what i was told my size was, and I just couldn’t deal with the snug fit. I even had it resized for second time because initially i was told i was a 7 3/4 we compromised and did and 8. But I felt I would be more comfortable with an 8 1/4 or 8 1/2. Ultimately I went for the 8 1/4…will keep you in mind
@hischippymunk: I like the anniversary ring idea
Thanks for your your vote.
Post # 29
I like 2 bands with your ring! Some styles I don’t like with two bands, but I think yours would look AMAZING that way!
Post # 30
@Pigeon-noises: i like your suggestion, change to one or two as I please…
@Khaatti: I agree feels unbalanced on the side view thats my only worry with one band
@pixiefatale: Yes I like for the rings to have meaning too…I thought of Fiance saying “Today, Tomorrow and Always” as he places each ring on my finger in the event that I do get two bands…and maybe thinking of inscribing his wedding band with same saying. What you think, too corny?
Post # 31
@MissNoodles: I started staling Wedding Bee when I googled my ring and came across a picture of yours from your posts! What can I say, you have an amazing ring. (Ring Twins!!!) I agree I don’t want to cover up the pave sides and especially the pink accents I know that was your concern with your ring as well. I will try to post a better picture to show how much is covered and left visible with band. Maybe this will help in making the choice of one band or two.