Post # 1
I have always wondered how i will wear my rings once I get a wedding band. I feel like if the e-ring is first it would fall off my finger ( paranoid i know).
How do you chose to wear your rings, pics encouraged.
Post # 2
Traditionally the wedding band is worn closest to the heart.
Post # 3
Typically the wedding band goes first, followed by the e-ring, because the wedding band should be closest to your heart. But really, you wear them however you want.
And if your e-ring hasn’t fallen off your finger by now, I doubt it will once you add your wedding band to the mix 😉
Post # 4
Wedding band on the bottom, engagement ring stacked on top.
Post # 5
freckles071611: very true, i am just paranoid. now the problem of finding a band to go with my ring. he had to pick the most differicult ring to find a band to go with,
Post # 6
mrs_k616: Can you post a pic? We may be able to suggest something that would work.
Post # 7
I think there was actually a poll on the Bee a little while ago and the overwhelming majority wear their wedding band closest to the heart and the engagement ring on top. But you know what? It’s up to you. My wedding band is a slightly smaller size than my ER and during the cold months (when my fingers are smaller), I wear my wedding band on top to keep everything from moving around too much. It makes me more comfortable and I got very few comments about. It’s really your business.
Post # 8
I wear mine the traditional way. If your ring fits correctly, it will not fall off.
Post # 9
I personally prefer the look of the e-ring under the wedding ring.
Post # 11
I wear my wedding band first and then my engagement ring *Don’t mind the nails I dyed eggs for the first time yesterday and my hands are finally not blue lol I need a mani badly*
Post # 12
I think most people prefer to wear the wedding ring first. I wouldn’t worry about the engagement ring falling off (it doesn’t fall off now does it?), once you add a wedding band it will all feel a bit more snug and secure. I tried on a band with my ring and was surprised how different it felt.