Post # 61
thin e-ring and band 🙂 and for both to be thin, they do get quite the attention!
Post # 62
No not blue nile but my next question was going to be where you got yours so now I know. Mine is Gabriel & Co. I will end up with two wedding bands I think, but probably not both matching. One matching and maybe one different so I can switch it up!
Post # 63
Oh man that’s beautiful! How wide are they?!
Post # 64
I am not too sure on the exact band width but it’s pretty narrow. I don’t regret having a dainty band at all! The only issue I had was at first my ring spun a lot due to it being 1/4 of a size too big and a little top heavy. Now it’s perfect. My fingers are a size 7 if that helps with size 🙂
Post # 65
Your flower ERING is so beautiful and unique! I love it 🙂
Post # 66
Thanks! It’s Tacori 2535. It is
hard to find something with 8 prongs unless they’re fishtail.. I think that’s what they’re called. We were originally looking for 6 or 4 prong solitaires, but really liked this one!
Post # 67
my e-ring has 2mm band, wedding band is 1.7mm I believe.. No issues whatsoever! Love them!
Post # 68
- Wedding: March 2016 - Surfer\'s Beach, Grand Cayman
1.8 mm band, I love how dainty it is, and I have very short fingers so I think it compliments them. I have a .71 centre stone in a small halo. It does spin a lot but I think it’s slightly too big and I don’t like rings to be too snug.
Post # 69
Oh, how nice ! Love the twist.
Post # 70
My band starts on top at about 1mm and widens to about 2mm at the bottom, and I do not find it too delicate or dainty at all. I think the thin bands look really elegant and classy, and they really let the stone pop. I am pretty active with my hands, but nothing too outrageous, and my ring is holding up perfectly fine.
Post # 72
thanks so much! My e-ring is the sol287 cushion solitaire moissanite from moissaniteco, forever brilliant, 1.8ct. My wedding band is pink sapphires in white gold from SundariGems on etsy.