Post # 1
Hi bee’s! I decided that two white gold bands would look great with adding symmetry to my diamond halo e-ring. I like the look of symmetry!
I do have larger knuckles than the rest of my finger. It is a real pain the but taking my e-ring on and off. I do take it off do to the high setting it has.) The ring fits and shouldn’t be any bigger because it will move around too much.
With that in mind, I am trying to figure out what I should do during the wedding. I don’t want my fiancé to have to struggle to put two wedding bands on my finger. Would it be ok to have one of the bands and engagement ring on during the ceremony and have him put one on? Or should have him were both wedding bands during the wedding since I want the two bands and e-ring to look like a set?
Post # 3
@Jessiann79: I’ll be soldering my engagement ring & two bands together and having him put them all on as one. One, they will always be lined up straight together, and two, they won’t wear on eachother. My engagement ring fits perfectly right now, but since I’m adding width to it then it will need to be sized just slightly larger.
Post # 4
@Jessiann79: It’s traditional to wear your e-ring on your right hand during the ceremony. If you wear your e-ring on your right hand, your Fiance can place both wedding bands simultaneously on the ring finger of your left hand during the ceremony, as if they were one ring. That will allow both rings technically to be your wedding bands. Then, after you recess, you simply can reorder your rings however you would like.
Post # 5
I think if your Fiance put both bands on during the ceremony you could reposition them before you put on his. we did this for ours and it worked out great! I had plenty of time to sandwich my ering between my 2 bands.
Post # 6
@Jessiann79: My husband put one band on only during the ceremony. I put the rest of them on after we walked out of the church and before pictures.