- 2 years ago
- Wedding: November 2018
Both of mine!
Both of mine!
Mine looks bizarre on its own because I had it shaped to fit around my engagement ring. You can still see the square indent on my finger where the other ring should be!
I have more than one wedding band, but this is the one I wear almost all the time, diamond band, white gold:
Mine is a plain one.
I actually have two rings that look like wedding bands per the Bee’s standards so I should share my normal set too 😉
Also I sometimes wear my RHR /second wedding band / stand-in wedding band on my left hand
I really love all these pretty rings that to me really scream “married”!!! 🙂
Also I will add my engagement ring (that I actually added post wedding when my original ering broke)
Originally wanted a listring but ended up changing my mind last minute before we had the bands ordered at local jeweler to this swirl band 🙂
I have two weddings bands and got married in both. A diamond eternity band to go with my ering and a plain wg band for the Jewish part of the wedding. I wanted the rings to be substational enough to be worn alone. Well, in a year this has never happened and I don’t see it ever happening… both rings are around 3 mm wide.
I am so impressed with the stones they choose, very white, and very clear. A lovely lady to work with too. She does specialize in minimalist jewerly, be aware of that. But I love the shared prong look so much. You just see so much more of the stones than if they have 4 prongs. They also require consistent maintainence, I have them prong checked every six months.
Oh, here’s a link to the smaller version, and if you wait til the Chirstmas holidays she does a 20% off sale. I’ve never seen her go with that deep of a discount any other time of the year, 10 or 15, but 20 percent was such a great deal.
There are also some fairly recent customer photos of the ring too if you look under the listing- it’s just lovely.
I don’t really wear it alone. I think it looks lonely