(Closed) Ring guidance

posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
969 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

For your wedding band get whatever you like that is within your budget. A lot of bees on here have stacks aNF they are lovely! I guess it depends how much bling you want on your finger. 

Right hand rings, at least where I’m from, are just an excuse to wear more fun jelwery! Some countries wear their wedding rings on the right hand, but I think for most of these posts on the Bee the refer to just addituonal rings the bees love to wear! Some pepole are really into rings And other jelwery. 

Post # 3
10544 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

I think the pave band will look better than the enhancer. Right hand rings don’t symbolize marriage. They are just for fun!

Post # 4
10544 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

Is your ring from bluenile? It’s a very pretty ring.

Post # 5
3031 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2015 - Walnut Hill Bed & Breakfast

get whichever one you like better on your hand. I perfer the single band, but i always prefer daintier styles. It’s yours and you have to wear it. get whichever you love the most.

Post # 6
6806 posts
Busy Beekeeper

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MuseForever:  Your ring is so beautiful! I love that type of setting, as it has beautiful bling, but also lovely, clean lines and a timeless elegance.

I totally agree with PPs: get whichever band you love the most on your hand. There’s no right or wrong way to do it.

I think both the straight band and enhancer are beautiful. And they would both look beautiful with your ring. I prefer the straight band with it because it looks like the stones in the band would compliment your ERing so well. It would be really beautiful together. If you wanted an enhancer-type look or more bling, maybe you could get two bands and put one on either side of your ERing.

I love right hand rings! For me, they are just an excuse to wear more fun jewelry that I love. It keeps life fun for someone who’s a bit ring-obsessed, like me — ha, ha!

Post # 7
9562 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

I prefer the straight band, but I don’t like enchancers generally.

As for RHRs, agree with PPs that they’re for fun. I think Tiffany had a campaign a few years back suggesting that RHRs represent a woman’s freedom/independence/creativity or something (in ads for their celebration rings and such). I know it’s just a marketing gimmick to get you to buy more rings, but I kind of like thinking of them that way too. Like the e-ring/wedding band is steadfast and represents the love and commitment between you and your FI/DH, but then the RHR is more a reflection of you as an individual and your personality.

Post # 8
1117 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

I prefer the straight band. The enhancer is lovely but I think it might be a bit much.

Right hand rings are just rings worn on the right hand. They can be for fashion or they can have personal meaning. There aren’t any rules for wearing jewelry on your right hand. For instance, I used to wear a sterling silver ring with a spinning instert on my right hand. That broke a year or so ago and instead I now wear my grandmother’s wedding set that she had passed down to me.

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