(Closed) Wedding Bands!

posted 8 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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476 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

My fiance bought mine as a set, so I haven’t had that problem.  But just a suggestion, keep an extra toothbrush around so you can easily get that dirt out when you get home.

Post # 4
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2695 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

I had a really hard time finding a band that would fit flush with my e-ring.  I ended up going with the one that was made to go with it despite the cost factor.  We were trying to find a band similiar but not as costly.  Oh well I’m happy we bit the bullet and got the one that came with my ring

Post # 6
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9 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2003

I’ve seen a lot of women opt for a band that’s wider and with stones rather than the traditional engagement ring and wedding band set. Especially nurses or active women who don’t want to worry about a traditional prong set diamond engagement ring.

Either way, it’s all about what’s best for your lifestyle.

There’s a company that I feel does a really great job with this sort of thing. Furrer Jacot. Their bands are fully flexible, which makes them super comfortable. And, they can be customized with or without diamonds.

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Post # 7
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2003

Don’t forget that there are all sorts of alternative metals today. It’s not just gold, silver, and platinum. There’s titanium, colbalt, and even tungstun.

But, do your homework. These metals are less expensive alternatives to gold and platinum; however, there have been issues with wear and tear. If you decide to go that route, be sure to pick a manufacturer (or retailer) with a good warranty for breakage.

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