Post # 1
I am new here and this is my very first post 🙂
So I am debating if I should get a gold rose or white gold wedding band. I always dreamed of a rose gold engagement ring, my fiance did awesome and he still gave me a BEAUTIFUL ring, which i love and i would not trade it. But I feel like i can still get a rose gold wedding bad, now, the thing is that I am not sure it looks good. here is the ring I would want, luckily they have the same exact ring in both colors, but I wanted to see what ya’ll think.
thank you 🙂 and if you have a rose gold ring and white enagement ring, can i please see it? thanks 🙂
Post # 2
Personally I think the white gold looks better.
Post # 3
I prefer the rose, it looks less busy since the color melts into your skin. But both are beautiful!
Post # 4
I really love rose gold, but in this case I think the white gold looks better. Maybe if the rose gold was a different style I would like it better?
Post # 5
I like the rose gold! I have a platinum e-ring and will be getting gold or rosegold for my band. Love the mixed metals!
Post # 6
- Wedding: September 2015 - Hotel Ballroom
To be honest, I really love the mixed metals look for you. The style of rings, your skin tone, it just works 🙂
Post # 8
Both look good but I like the white a little bit more
Post # 9
I think both look pretty but I would choose the white gold.
Post # 10
My e ring is actually very similar to your and like you, I always wanted a ring with rose gold, but I personally find that the white gold looks best in your case, which is what I also went with. However I did get a RHR in rose gold from Fiance for Christmas which I love and it has fulfilled my longing for a rose gold ring. Here is my set:
And here is my rose gold RHR:
Post # 12
The rose gold looks really pretty with your skin tone but I like the way the white gold looks with your e-ring.
Post # 13
This is my rose/white gold combination. Both of your options look stunning.
Post # 14
I have a rose gold engagement ring. I think I’m set on a white gold wedding band. I like mismatching metals. Go for the rose!