Post # 1
I was wondering if I could get some much needed wedding band advice. My fiance got me my dream ring but it’s an unusual shape and I’ve yet to find the perfect wedding band. My ring is the Delight Lady Di setting from Hearts on Fire and I’ve attached a picture. I’d like a flush wedding band but they all seem to detract from the setting of the engagement ring. Maybe I should just get a straight band and deal with the gaps? Maybe there’s another solution?
Post # 3
@maiarie:Personally, I would not be able to deal with gaps between my rings. I think you should continue searching until you find one that will be flush with it. Maybe custom?
Post # 4
I would probably get a straight plain white gold band (gaps don’t bother me) or a slightly curved one to follow the line of your e-ring.
Post # 5
Wow I love your ring! Gorgeous! Could we see a side view?
I would go with either a straight plain band, an eternity band, OR switch your e-ring to your right hand and wear just the wedding band on your left (or vice versa).
I don’t mind gaps either, as long as it’s not a huge gap.
Post # 6
how about a custom wrap with pave set diamonds on it. I’m envisioning something sort of like my split shank, but your e-ring would stand out more since you would be able to see the e-rings band, and it would taper out of course, and not in like mine.
Post # 7
Thanks so much for all of the advice! I was also wondering about an x-shaped ring like this one but I worry that it will just obliterate the unique shape of the e-ring:
what do you guys think?
@deathbydesign Thanks for the compliment! Here is a side view from the HoF website:
Post # 8
Your ring is SO pretty on it’s own that I would get a very plain band with a curve to it so that the rings would nest together. I wouldn’t want to distract from that lovely ring! Congratulations!
Post # 9
@Sandollar: I second your response!
Post # 10
I think the “x” ring would really take a way from it. I would have a plain custom band made that sat under neath the setting of the ering
Post # 11
I think a plan gold band or one that’s a mix of plain gold with a few diamonds would highlight your ring without making it’s shape get lost in the sparkle.
Or maybe a colored gemstone wedding band?
Post # 12
I like gaps and I think it would look fine with your ring. but I also lke that “x” ring you posted too.
try buying a wedding band that you like and wear it around the house for a while to see if you like the way it looks. sometimes it takes wearing something for several days to really know what you want! you can always return it if you don’t like it. (be sure you understand the return policy first and be careful not to scratch it.)
I’ve posted this advice on other threads before but….. you can have some metal added to the inside of your ring, under the top, to raise up the center stone a couple of mm (of course the ring will need to be resized at the same time too, to make room for that extra metal). that way, just about any band could fit under your center stone and sit flush with your ring!
I had that done.
Post # 13
Your ring is beautiful!! I don’t mind small gaps personally, because I’d rather have a band that I can wear alone. The ‘X’ ring can be worn alone, but I don’t know what it would look like with your ring without seeing them together, you might be surprised either way!
Post # 14
@maiarie:i hope you dont think me rude however i would love to know what size your center stone is….i think your ring is perfect and comes with 4 choicesof tcw……i have not been able to see this ring in person and would just like to have an idea….your help would be greatly appreciated.
Post # 15
I think the gap is beautiful and classy, that ring would rock a killer gap.
Post # 16