Post # 1
Question – should the thickness of the wedding band match the thickness of the engagement ring band? I’ve found some bands I like, but are a little thicker than the band of my e-ring. Just curious for others’ opinions. Thanks!
Post # 3
@NalaBee: it all depend on what feels right on your finger. The best way to do it is to go in to a jewler and try on a few different sizes until you find the thickness that feels right. My band is slightly thinner than my e-ring but it was designed like that so it woudln’t make the two of them feel too thick together.
Post # 4
@NalaBee: I think it depends on what you like. I like symmetry, so I like that my rings are a set and exactly the same.
Post # 5
- Wedding: January 2011 - Midland, TX
There really isn’t a rule for it. I just would go with whatever you like best. If I had to do that then it would narrow my choices down to much! (My e-ring band is a 1.8mm) I did not think thicker bands look bad with it at all!
Post # 6
I think it really depends. If I had a really thin band on my engagement ring I’d probably get a thin to medium thickness wedding band, so it wasn’t too drastic. I don’t believe they need to match though. I really like when both rings are different because the way I look at it is why have one ring when you can have two 🙂
I think you can’t go wrong if you choose what you think looks best beside your ering.