Post # 1
So my Fiance and I were finishing up our christmas shopping and we went and looked at some wedding rings also. I found a ring that I like, but I’m afraid it take away too much from my e-ring. I was kinda worried about finding a wedding ring that would sit flush with my e-ring and this would solve this problem.
Do yall think its too much?
Here is my e-ring
here is the ring guard
Here are the two together…
I guess the reason why I am having doubts is because its not what I thought I wanted. I thought I wanted something simple and understated. But when I put this on I was like….woweeee lol
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2011 - Sydney, Australia
It’s gorgeous – I’m curious to see what just one of the ring halves would look like flush with your e-ring.
Post # 4
I voted for the second option. I think the ring guard is nice but it does take away from your engagement ring. Your engagement ring has kind of a classic, simple feel that the guard doesn’t. And also I think the guard takes away from the Emerald shape since the center stone doesn’t go past the edges of it (I hope that makes sense). I think it would look nicer with a similar style but not the baguette diamonds, just the row of pavé
Post # 5
i think it’s WAY too much. you can barely even see the e-ring in the middle.
Post # 6
I would try a thin pave band or band with small baguettes maybe? They have rings that have the dip in the middle so they should sit flush.
Post # 7
Yeah they had one that just had a row of round diamonds without the row of baguettes that I liked also. I think I was just blinded by the bling of this one lol
Post # 8
@jaguar: Hmmmm you may be on to something! I wonder if they could do that??
Post # 9
My personal opinion is that the ring guard takes away from your e-ring.. I like the pave diamonds on it, but not the baguettes. But go with what you like!
Post # 10
Sorry Hon, I also think it’s too much. Your e-ring is sooooo classy and lovely and perfectly chic. A giant wrap around it makes it… not. I would go with something perhaps like this?
But even the milgrain might be too much. IDK. Or maybe with channelled baguettes instead would be better. What do you think?
Post # 12
I think it’s really pretty. As a set, it looks nice. But if you’re wanting to keep the e-ring as the centerpiece, then it’s too much. The center stone gets a little lost in all the other stones (at least in the photos, the real life 3D could be different).
Post # 13
i voted its good bling – i like diamonds!
Post # 14
I voted that it was a bit too much…I LOVE bling but your ering is so naturally beautiful and classic I think that the guard takes away from it and kind of dates the ring. I would immediately assume it was a ring from the 80s or 90s with such a huge guard. If it’s what you love then go with it though because regardless of what anyone else says you should have something that YOU think is beautiful!
Post # 15
I voted for the second option too. You need a classic eternity or even a plain white gold (or platinum) band that won’t take away from your gorgeous e-ring!
Post # 16
Definitely too much…sorry.