Post # 1
So, my FI is giving me a say in what kind of e-ring and wedding band I will get, he knows I am very picky. There are so many options.
Soooo, post a picture of your rings! Especially of you went a non traditional route and used stones other than diamonds.
Dont worry, I wont be stealing your custom designs or anything, just want to see the different stone shapes, options, colors etc.
Please and thank you!
Post # 2
I just went with a moissanite.. 1.5ct forever brillant round moissanite. Love it! My hubby picked out the band. It is from Art Carved. I love it..
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ivo2015: I LOVE non traditional erings! I have recently been drooling over padparadscha sapphires. They vary from light pink to sunset orange. I think they are a very unique pick for an ering:
Keep us posted on what you choose!
Post # 7
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
Honest? Seeing ring photos will do nothing to help you. Go to stores, try rings on, get cheapies from Berricle to wear for a week or so and see how they work for your lifestyle, and be open to trying things that you are not sure of. What you see on a screen often has little relationship to what you actually like on your finger. Even if you don’t find “the one” in person, you’ll be able to narrow down what you like, what you thought you would like but don’t actually like in person, and what you absolutely know you could never wear. That narrowing down will make it much easier to go searching online for “the one”.
Post # 8
Bridey77: OMG I love Pad’s they are on my wishlist for right hand rings…. that and a pear morganite!
Post # 9
lovekiss: I one hundred percent agree with you. I do need to go in and try on rings etc. But I want to get a feel of what im getting myself into first. I like seeing the different styles and how they will appear on a hand. And most jewelry shops carry a limited selection. Im just narrowing it down alittle bit, before going in and narrowing it down further.
Post # 10
Bridey77: Ooooh, yummy!!! Those rings are gorgeous!!
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ivo2015: Mine is non-traditional and is in silver with white topaz and brown diamonds. I always knew I wanted a silver E-ring, I love the material. It was hard to choose stone, because I have never been interested in diamonds, I love big rings too much and there was no way in hell I could pay for a diamond the size I wanted, aswell as I just can’t see myself wearing that kind of expencive jewel. I want to be able to wear the ring without worrying about loosing it or being scared of getting mugged. I did go for a white stone, mainly out of a sense of tradition (yes, I do care for some aspects of tradition even if I have argued against social rules since childhood) but also “practicality”: white goes with everything. Sorry for the bad quality, I need to get ma bum off the couch and get a real camera…
Post # 13
I have a 2 carat rb moissanite in a cushion halo. The halo and band are diamonds.
Post # 14
I used canary diamonds on my yellow gold halo to create a pretty two toned look that I’ve gotten countless compliments on! I have also seen my same ring (Simon G Jewelry style number NR109) with rose gold and pink diamonds on the halo which also looked really awesome. If you like the look and are on a budget I am sure a halo with yellow or pink sapphires would give just about the effect!
Post # 15
This is just the stock setting, but we’ll be ordering a slightly smaller version with a .85 ct Forever Brilliant cushion moissanite as the center stone!