(Closed) Should wedding bands be equal thickness to your engagement band? (Pic heavy)

posted 11 years ago in Rings
  • poll: Should your wedding band be equally as thick as your engagement band?


    It doesn't matter

    Other (please explain)

  • Post # 17
    2933 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: May 2012

    I have no idea what my ering band is, but I want the absolute, thinnest, most micropave band I can possibly find… for both sides of my ering.  I think that’s a good look 🙂  I’ve heard that these can sometimes bend though?  Which sucks because I do work with my hands for a living.  Anyone know about that? (sorry to threadjack, you can PM me if you want)


    Also I love your aquamarine stone AND band. Just lovely!  My ‘something blue’ is most likely going to be an estate ring that my grandma gave me at college graduation 🙂  It’s my birthstone too!

    Post # 18
    2402 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: February 2010

    I voted “other” because it all depends on the designs of the rings and your own personal taste.

    I usually prefer the wedding band to match the width, or be thinner than the e-ring. but Napabridekelsey’s rings (above) look so really too! so it all depends on the designs.

    that aquamarine band is going to be so pretty! love that stone — it’s my favorite color!

    Post # 19
    210 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: July 2011

    All personal preference. I think if I had a fairly intricate engagement ring I would have a thinner wedding band. If it’s a plain solitare I prefer the band to be slightly thicker by .2mm or so. But that’s just me. As long as you are comfortable wearing it, then it’s all that matters.

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