Post # 1
I am getting married in November, and I am so anxious to pick out my wedding band! The only problem is, the band on my engagement ring is thing – like REALLY thin – and I am having trouble finding something that looks good. Any suggestions from you thin-banned ladies?
For reference, my band is between 1-1.5mm and my ring is a 1.7 carat on a size 5/5.5 finger.
Thank you in advance!
Post # 2
How about a thin eternity band or just a plan band in a similar width? Or you could also go for something wider with texture, pattern or different colour to highlight the fact they are so different and unique from each other.
Post # 3
- Wedding: May 2019 - City, State
Does your ring have a matching band? Are you into the matching look? I personally prefer a matching set, so I would probably try to find either a pave band or a plain band in the same width as your e-ring. If you’re not into that, then I would go with something much different – maybe an art deco style band like this:
Or something like this would be pretty:
Post # 4
Since your ring is so thin I’d play to the opposite end of the spectrum. It’s a Tiffany etoile ring, but other vendors offer similar styles.
Post # 5
My ring is similar to yours and I paired it with hammered yellow gold band that’s just as thin. My husband recently surprised me with a white gold band with channel set diamonds. It’s really more of a stand in for when we are traveling places where I don’t want to wear my e-ring, but it looks nice stacked next to it as well!
Post # 6
My e-ring is also very thin (approx. 1.8 mm with a softened knife edge, so it appears thinner, 1.85 ct diamond, size 5.25-5.5 finger) and I swtich up between these. The matching micro-pave bands are approx. 1.7-1.8 mm and the shared prong band is approx. 3.1 mm. I think a thin (1.5 mm) plain band and/or mirc-pave band matching your e-ring would look great, as would a thin art-deco band as suggested above.
Post # 7
I also have a super thin band, and I went with a slightly larger contour. It just looked the best next to my ring when I was trying them on. I suggest just trying some on and see what works best. We actually went with the larger contour so it could protect the super thin and delicate E-Ring
Post # 8
My engagement ring is a 1.8 mm and the wedding band is 2mm same bead setting and milgrain. If you like matching a thin pave band would be pretty or an Art Deco band to change it up.
Post # 9
- Wedding: November 2019 - Canada
The band on my engagement ring is 1.6mm and I’m also getting married in Nov! This is the band I am leaning towards. Super thin bands look silly with my ring, as do thicker ones. I have to wait until I can go try this one on, but I think with a double band, it wont be so obvious is the width of the ering and band are different.