Post # 47
@LittleRiver: Is your wedding band a knife edge or is it just the lighting? Seriously gorgeous!
Post # 49
@caits615: thanks! i struggled with choosing a band but i’m glad i went with a simple band. i don’t think i will ever set my diamond in a diamond band but i might buy a 5-stone wedding band in the future to wear interchangeably.
Post # 50
@caits615: Thanks! Yes, it’s a soft knife-edge band (my jeweler called it “triangulated”). You can’t see in this pic, but my e-ring tapers to a knife-edge near the diamond.
Post # 51
@GingerSweepea: You sound just like me! Good luck deciding.. Still on the fence!
Post # 52
I like a bit more sparkle so mine is a half eternity band with tiny round and baguette stones
Post # 52
that’s really lovely you don’t see that often. do you have a pic of the band on its own? Gorgeous e ring by the way 🙂 lush
Post # 53
what band do you have with your ring?
Post # 54
yes true. I am in the same dilemma but I think classically wedding bands have been plain. can add eternity later then choose whether to wear 2 or all 3
Post # 55
- Wedding: April 2016 - Manhattan, NY
I love the look of a plain band next to band with diamonds, whether the engagement ring band has diamonds in it and the wedding band is plain or vise versa. My engagement ring has channel set round diamonds in the band, and I’m thinking of getting a plain band like this to go with it:
Post # 56
- Wedding: September 2013 - Ontario, Canada
I went through the same thing and decided on the channel set band in the end. I did however buy a plain band as well at a later date so that I can mix it up if I feel like it. My though was that it was easier and cheaper to get a plain band later if I wanted a more casual look than to splash on a diamond band. I can also wear my channel set wedding band on it’s own or on the other hand with the plain set if I want to. Best of both worlds basically. 🙂
Don’t have a photo of the plain band on this computer but here is my official “blingy” set.