Post # 1
So I went ring shopping recently with my fiance. I knew I wanted an eternity wedding band and had always assumed it would be in white gold to match my white gold engagement ring. Just for fun, I tried on a 1.3 carat eternity band with rose gold and it was BEAUTIFUL! It was so subtle and unique. I am totally torn on what to get! Regardless of the color, I will be getting a shared prong eternity band with about 1.2 carats.. its just a matter of which color! Will I regret my decision someday down the line?
Post # 3
You can’t make decisions based on what you *might* regret down the line. Get what you love now.
And we need some photos of your engagement ring here, you know. (;
Post # 4
I can’t vote without pics, but it sounds lovely!
Post # 5
@liberty: Are you planning on wearing them together? I will definitely want a rose gold band, regardless of what my e-ring looks like… but I’ll probably wear the band alone the majority of the time, too. I know sometimes people wear mismatching rings, and it usually looks fine, in my opinion… but that’s something to consider.
Post # 6
I adore rose gold! I say go for that one! 🙂
Post # 8
I’d go for the rose gold!
Post # 9
Rose gold is beauitful! I wanted a rose gold band too till I saw black tngston and how my white gold band pops against it.
Go for the rose gold if you love it. Don’t worry about regrets.
Post # 10
I’m planning on a rose gold wedding band too! If you love it, get it! You can always upgrade later if you get sick of it 🙂
Post # 11
Personally hate rose gold, but find it okay when it’s worn alone or with other rose gold. Wearing white gold with rose gold makes the rose gold look brassy/coppery.
Post # 12
@futuremrskgt: If you love it, get it! You can always upgrade later if you get sick of it 🙂
See, I don’t like this idea. I think your wedding band should be the one you use during the ceremony and not just some piece of jewelry that you can enhance later if you have more money. I think you should pick what will be timeless and non-trendy (which is what rose gold and mismatched bands seem to be).
@MrsBroccoli: Personally hate rose gold, but find it okay when it’s worn alone or with other rose gold. Wearing white gold with rose gold makes the rose gold look brassy/coppery.
Agreed. I didn’t know how not pink it looks next to white gold until these pictures. Bummer…
Post # 13
@mirabell35: I LOVE your rose gold band! May I ask where you got it from? I love its simplicity and thinness.
I’ve been thinking the same thing. I love the look of mixed metals and also wondering whether I could pull off a yellow gold band and a rose gold band next to my palladium e-ring. I’d say go for it! It’s definitely unique, which to me can only be a good thing, plus it sounds like you love it!
Post # 14
Here are some pictures of my engagement ring along with two different bands. The white gold band is the total carat weight that I am getting… but I also took a picture with a rose gold band so you could see the color.
Post # 15
I went for rose gold! Like you I was all set to get a white gold band and decided for fun to try on a rose gold 🙂
Post # 16
@MamaMegs721: I love your rings!! SOO beautiful!
I’m also considering resetting my ring and adding a halo. But the halo will be rose gold and the band will be white gold. I tried a halo ring on with a similar center stone to mine with the rose gold band. So if I were to go down this route, it’d be a rose gold halo, white gold for the side stones.. and a rose gold band (but the tcw will be the other bigger band). I tink I’d also get it so the band sat flush. Here’s a pic!