Post # 1
Well after going to look at rings in person, these are the top two contenders. The top one is set with a round center, but we’d do a cushion cut center instead. The bottom one isn’t set, that’s why the prongs are so long. This has been a little more overwhelming than I thought it would be. Thank you for all your help.
Post # 2
Think about what kind of wedding band you want. Do you want to be able to wear them separately, and do you like how they would look that way. ..ect
Personally I like ring number two the best.
Post # 3
I forgot to mention both rings are pictured with their matching wedding band.
Post # 4
I’m not a huge fan of most halos, but I really dislike swirl rings, so I voted #1.
Post # 5
Love the first ring. Seems more modern to me. They are both lovely though.
Post # 6
The second one looks like a 90’s style. Has she given any preference online or in photos?
The first ring is very popular now.
Post # 7
I like them both but voted for swirl! it’s more unique and eye catching 🙂 can’t go wrong with either though!
Post # 9
Voted for the swirl another bee has a swirl like that and added an enhancer and it’s gorgeous.
Post # 10
- Wedding: November 2015 - City, State
I like the first one better, there’s too much going on with the second ring… the twists, the milgrain, the little diamonds, and the diamonds on either side of the center stone. It just looks mismatched to me?
Post # 11
It’s hard to tell what the second ring would look like since the diamond isn’t set it in it very well. But I still think my vote is for the halo.
Post # 12
They’re both really pretty, but I think I like the cushion halo a bit more 🙂
Post # 13
I do feel like ring 2 is very “80s” but will ring 1 be so “2010” in 20/30 years?? I don’t know, but I like 1 better.
Post # 15
^ “I’m not a huge fan of most halos, but I really dislike swirl rings, so I voted #1.”
What she said!