Post # 1
Ah, I have such a tough time choosing a wedding band. My engagement ring is so perfect and I love it so much I’m considering not even having a band. Although I like the idea of a low key band to wear on its’ own when going to the gym or camping or something. I do like the diamond-ey ones, but then don’t know if with my glitzy e-ring it would be too much.
Here are some options I’ve found. Any thoughts on these, or other rings that may be match my e-ring?
Unfortunately it wouldn’t allow me to put my photos in here so I put the links:
http://imgur.com/8D0IQuH – my e ring by itself
http://imgur.com/G9mt98T – very thin totally plain band
http://imgur.com/fVylf2X – antique ring
http://imgur.com/SaDf2sj – antique ring
Post # 2
I’d get a wedding band. For the symbolism and a simple plain and in matching metal sitting flush with your ering is ultra classy and elegant. You always have it then if you just want to wear a band for some reason.
Post # 3
the rings that look best with the e-ring in my opinion are the plain band, and the second band option (3rd link)
and it of course looks amazing on it’s own too! You can always get a band and wear it with or without depending on what you feel like!
Post # 4
I would try a plain band the same width as your ering, or the 3rd one you linked, as callallai mentioned!
Post # 5
I like the second band (third picture) or baguette and round band.
Post # 6
I love the all metal scalloped band, that is absolutely gorgeous with the engraving, I vote for that one. I’d also be interested to know where it’s from.
Post # 7
The thin rose gold band looks best to me. It’s thin enough not to take away from your ering but also shows your married. The other rings will compete with your ering to me rather than compliment it.
Post # 8
I think the thin rose gold. I recommend getting one for the symbolism even if you don’t wear it daily.
Post # 9
I like the thin, plain band best though I feel that a slightly thicker band would be more complimentary.
Post # 10
Plain metal band, rose gold to match the e-ring . Slightly flatter and wider than the one posted , and worn under the e ring, not above, would be perfect. I don’t really like any of the ornate ones with your ring, they detract a bit from it.
As for not having one at all, well, I think a ring given at the moment of marriage is very important and symbolic ( never ending circle etc) Just my opinion of course.
Post # 11
I think the thin plain band looks the nicest!!! It doesn’t draw attention away from your engagement ring. Very pretty, symbolic & not distracting.
Post # 12
I like the thin plain band. To me it completes the set without taking anything away from your ering. You don’t have to wear it all the time, but at least then you have one for the symbolism. Especially in case you decide one day that you just want one. And if you’re doing things where you can’t wear your ering you’ll have a band to wear.