(Closed) Wedding Ring Dilemma

posted 8 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
106 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Rock the e-ring with a white gold / silver band! My actual ering is two tone, a gold band but the setting around the diamond is white gold, so my wedding band is made up of 2 gold bands and a row of diamonds set in white gold!

Post # 4
483 posts
Helper bee

A lot of people mix metals … Especially now it’s kinda trendy… You can also find a band that is two tone that way it can be yellow gold to match but also white gold since its what you prefer and it will make mixing metals a little more “planned” also if you want a band with stones very little of the metal shows depending on the style 

Post # 5
9541 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

You can totally mix and match!!! I have a family ring that has a yellow gold band but the top of it (the part you see the most) is white gold. And my e-ring is mostly yellow gold but has a small white gold chevron pattern on the side (mine is also an heirloom ring). I actually really like mix and match because then you can other jewelry that is in either metal. So I think you’re fine to get all white gold or you could even get a ring with both metals!

Post # 6
35 posts

Absolutely mix and match the band. You can do it in a subtle way to have it blend perfectly. Try looking at pictures online (Google Images can help) to get a feel for what you like and then go from there.

Have you thought about dipping your yellow gold in rhodium plating in the future? My sister originally had a yellow gold ring but she now prefers the white gold look and gets it dipped every so often. You can’t tell that it’s not originally white gold and it’s cheap to do.

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