Post # 1
I am curious what you ladies think of this idea – I know it’s not the norm…
I love love love my engagement ring (LOVE!) it has a very vintage feel to it and has etching and diamond on the tops and bottoms of the setting surrounding the main diamond.
Because the ring has so much pretty detail, I don’t want to cover it up. BUT – I still want a wedding ring in addition to my engagement ring, but wearing another ring with it just looks wrong to me.
Would it be weird to wear my engagement ring on one hand on my ring finger, and my wedding band on my opposite hand on that hands ring finger?
I actually like the idea but then the other problem I’m having is I’d really prefer to keep my e-ring on my left hand and put the wedding band on my right (only because I’m right handed and I feel like the e-ring is kinda bulky and would get in the way?).
Thoughts? I know it’s kind of weird but I’d like to think this could work, lol. I’ve thought about just using the e-ring as my wedding ring, but I’d really like two rings because they symbolize two incredibly special and different moments in my life.
Thanks in advance. 🙂
Post # 3
Do whatever makes you happy. It shouldn’t matter what anyone else thinks.
Post # 4
@emilyekk: I think it’s totally fine to do it either way (e-ring on left, wedding band on right or e-ring on right, wedding band on left). I think there are people who do it both ways. There are traditions about rings, but I don’t think there are hard and fast rules, so just do what makes you comfortable 🙂
Post # 5
for the actual wedding, should I move the e-ring to the right hand even though it may go back to the left hand eventually?
I feel like this is such a silly detail to be obessing over but I just wonder. lol.
Post # 6
Most women keep the engagement ring on the left hand during the ceremony. Some will switch the positions of the rings afterward but it’s not necessary. Alot of women actually don’t wear the engagement ring on the right hand (if it was originally on the left hand) since they may have completely different ring sizes on each hand so it wouldn’t work even if they wanted it to.
Post # 7
I will be wearing my engagment ring on my right hand after the wedding, because it looks funny with my wedding band… waaay much bling!
I dont think it willl look weird, both hands will be pretty! 😀
Post # 8
I’ll be wearing my e-ring on my right hand after the wedding.. obviously I don’t see a problem with it 🙂
Post # 9
When I read the title I imagined a ring on EVERY finger, Mr. T style
I think wearing one on each hand would be nice and not odd at all. It would also be more comfortable. Do what you think is best.