Post # 1
…I really don’t think they would look good with my e-ring.
The bands are made by a seller on Etsy (gotta love Etsy!!!) and can be found here:
They take your finger print and put it on the inside of your FH’s ring and vice versa. I think it’s adorable and so romantic. Here’s a pic:
But I’m really afraid it would look SUPER weird sitting next to my e-ring (though I would get it made in the same metal as my e-ring so the color difference you can see in the pictures is irrelevant, I’m just afraid it’s too simple). Here’s the manufacturer’s picture (it’s a tacori):
And here’s a picture of it on my finger:
I don’t think it would be as special if only FH got one and then I got a different one that matched my e-ring better.
I’m at a loss…I never thought I would see a wedding band and think “I need to have that” and it sucks that I did and I feel like it will look lame next to my e-ring…
What do you think Bees?
Post # 3
I really don’t think that the e-ring and the wedding band must match…. i think that as long as you love them both, you’ll be fine :)!!!!!!!
Post # 5
Well you can buy it and could start wearing your e-ring on your right hand if you don’t like the way they look together or you can get a second band that matched your e-ring, so when you want to wear the e-ring you can wear that set, and if you want to wear the fingerprint ring by itself you can. I don’t know, I would just go for the purchase since you obviously love it, and figure out a solution afterwards if it bothers you.
Post # 6
If you can get one in the same metal as your e-ring you should totally do it!
Post # 7
There are actually other posts on Weddingbee about this same issue (though a little less specific, just talking about fancy e-ring bands with plain wedding bands) and there were some pictures and they actually look fine. But now FH is “weirded out” by purchasing something so important from a random person over the internet…he’s afraid we’ll get ripped off. So if anyone has used the seller Fabuluster on Etsy, please let me know about your experience!
Post # 8
Miss Cardigan got these wedding bands. I’m not sure she used the same seller but go check through her posts to see her experience with them.
Post # 9
I don’t think the simple band/fancy e-ring is a problem, but I have a hard time imagining the brushed metal next to the smooth. If you can get the wedding band in a polished metal so it looks more similar to the metal on your e-ring, I think they go beautifully!
Post # 10
They can be done in high shine or brushed (obviously I would do the high shine). And I want to get it close to the width of my e-ring.
Post # 11
I agree that it wouldn’t match your ering (gorgeous btw) but it would add some character if it didn’t. I actually like the mismatched style. As long as it’s the same metal I think it’ll look very pretty!
Post # 12
Honestly, I don’t really get the blingy wedding ring thing. I am all about plain wedding bands so I think it is fine.