Post # 1
Bees, Fiance and I are starting to look at wedding bands. A pic of my engagement ring can be found at this link:
I would like to continue to wear my engagement ring after I am married (I really like it!) But I don’t know if I want one of those rings that goes flush with my setting, becuase I feel like if I were to ever not wear the engagment ring, it would look silly.
What would you choose if you were picking out your wedding band with my ring setting?
Post # 3
I wear my e-ring a LOT, but I never take off my wedding band. I would probably got to a jewelry store and try out some plain bands to see what it looks like.
Post # 4
My band doesn’t match at all! My engagement ring is a three stone princess cut diamonds and my wedding bad is round and baguette diamonds alternating. They don’t sit completely flush against eachother but I did get them attached to eachother so I don’t have to worry about them rubbing.
Post # 5
I think you should purchase a band that can be worn by itself if you don’t think you will wear your e-ring all the time. It doesn’t have to sit flush…as long as it is comfortable on your hand.
Post # 6
MissAsB, do you have any pics of your rings together? I too have a 3 stone princess cut e-ring, and am having a hard time finding a band that I like.
Post # 7
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
I don’t think it matters if it sits flush as long as you’re comfortable! Get something you can wear alone if you won’t to, who cares if it’s flush with the e-ring! 🙂
Post # 8
I have a similar problem. If I want my band to sit flush, I have to get a contoured one that curves. It looks funny when worn by itself, so I think I’m going to have it done in an eternity band style, so when I just wear my band, I can turn it so the curved part is closest to my palm.
Post # 9
Beautiful e-ring! I’m not a fan of the curved bands, so if it were me, I’d move my e-ring to my right hand. You can’t really go wrong, though!
Post # 10
I think you could get a band that sits flush but still looks good by itself. You ring is beautiful and I think you’ll be wearing them together a lot!
Post # 11
Beautiful ring! I’d get one that curves to fit my engagement ring, but only if you like the curvy ones.
Post # 12
I love spence & your ring is very pretty! 🙂
What about selecting a co-ordinating ring like a bezel eternity band? I really think it would compliment your ring perfectly, even if it doesn’t sit flush! This way it can be worn together or on its own.
This photo doesn’t match your ring exactly, but its just to give you an idea. If you do a search I’m sure you could find the perfect match!
Post # 13
Good call Recessionista! I agree.
Post # 14
Faint I love it RB!!! I’d go with RB’s choice.. And I agree with not having a band fit flush…
Post # 15
I have a halo ring and my band is going to be nowhere near flush!! But while I like that look, I know some people don’t. But if you do, go for it!
Post # 16
it took me like 15 minutes to find that style of ring… I couldn’t for the life of me remember the name of that style! I had it in my head, but couldn’t find a photo. Once I saw a link for “bezel rings” I hit the jackpot 🙂
I think it would look soooo incredible! I also voted to wear your e-ring on your left hand even if the ring doesn’t sit flush.