Post # 1
I am totally irritated…I’ve been up all night browsing for a wedding band that I think I will be happy with. I’m having a really hard time finding one I think I will be excited about. When It comes to budget I just do not have much room. I got my Ering and was really happy with it at first but now I know its just not me I’ve only had it for a couple of months and I’m so upset that I just do not like it at all. I do not want to make the same mistake with my wedding band. The sad thing is the rings that I find myself looking at do not go with my Ering at all! I don’t know what to do. I sure do hate to just settle but that is what it’s looking like!
Post # 3
Do you have a picture of your e-ring?
Anything you like when it comes to wedding bands? As in metal color, stones, ect?
Post # 4
Why not get a plain band for now and upgrade to a ring of your choice in a few years? It will take off the pressure for now and give you more time to decide what you want.
Post # 5
@AlwaysSunny: I like this suggestion
If you have a weddingband you REALLY love that doesn’t go with your ering, you can wear your rings on different hands.
Post # 6
I think this is more common than you realize. I had mixed feelings about my ring for months but now I just love it. And that’s even though I picked it out!! I think If I had looked at too many rings, for too long I’d be where you are..just at a loss for the perfect ring.
But for me, I just pointed out a few I loved, a couple that were budget worthy and one dreamboat ring, I didn’t look at them super close, It was more of a “at first glace, I love this” kinda method that I used.
In the end, he ended up getting hte dreamboat ring…the more expensive one, the designer one, and yes, it’s beutiful but I couldn’t help but pick it apart for months. In the end, I was just so happy to be engaged, I iddn’t focus on that for long, and now it’s a distant memory. I simply got a band that matched my ring and moved forward. They look great together, not so much separate, but I truly hope to always wear both..
I think you might drive yourself crazy searching for the perfect rings. So, stick with what looks good on you, keep it simple.
Post # 7
@CodijoC: I totally understand what you mean. I’ve been debating this for years. I think the suggestion to go with a plain band is a great option while you decide what style ring you could possibly upgrade to in a few years or for an anniversary. Don’t over analyze just pick what you like now ( I need to follow my own advise lol)
Post # 8
This is my E ring…Its not a very good pic of it. I really loved I did..and hopefully i can love it again. It is the only ring I have ever worn…I’m just not very prissy. I just don’t know why I’m being so selfish about it. Seems like since I started planning this wedding nothing is good enough!
@AlwaysSunny: I like that Idea and that is just what Fiance said he wants to do…hope I can just calm down and be happy!
Post # 10
The type of band I’m lookin at that I want.
Post # 11
It’s gorgeous! I love your ring..and the band you want is lovely too. You know some people just move their engagment rings to the left hand when they get their wedding rings! It’s always an option if you aren’t willing to change your vision on your wedding ring and you can’t find something that goes well with your e-ring.
Post # 12
@CodijoC: You’re e-ring looks really nice on you and is very unique along with the band you posted. The only way you’ll know is by trying on bands. I suggest buying the one you like, make sure they have a good return policy in case you don’t like it.