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I’m just starting to look for the perfect wedding band for my round Halo e-ring. I really really want to stick with a straight band so that I have the flexibility to wear it by iteself. My halo has a low “basket” so I’m going to have to go with a thin band and I’ve already accepted there will be a gap. However….I would love to see pics or hear feedback from others that have opted this way?! Any advice? I’m afraid of doing this and then regretting it later because the gap between the 2 is too big. I’m also considering doing 2 wedding bands on each side – hoping this won’t be too much!? Here is a pic of my e-ring!
Post # 3
I have a similar ring and am wondering the same thing.. so bumping this up incase anyone has any pics to share 🙂
Post # 4
There are so many threads on this. Check out the search bar and you will find all kinds of inspiration! Beautiful ring!
SHOW ME your HALO engagement ring w/ wedding band!! 🙂
Girls w/ Halo Rings: Show me your wedding bands!!
Here are a couple for example!
Post # 5
@LeanneJoy: I ended up visiting a local jewelery store last night and tried on 2 straight pave eternity bands that were very short (height-wise) and they actually tucked in pretty close to my halo. There was a small but reasonable gap. Once I had both rings on each side of my e-ring, they actually held each other in place pretty nicely. The actual amount of space that I have on my ring finger is not that big, so by the time I had 3 rings on, they all held together in place and didn’t flop around like I thought they would!! I think the key is to get a band that is very short height-wise and get the correct size for your finger. Here is a pic of the 2…the bottom one is the one I want….the one on the top was a bit taller so it didn’t fit as nicely.
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I have a curved wedding band I had my rings soldered together because they kept spinning
Post # 8
I have a curved band too, although I haven’t soldered them yet.