Post # 1
I’m a regular lurker on the forum, but this is my first post!
I was wondering if I could get some help from Bees with strange shaped engagement rings… I am having a nightmare of a time trying to find a wedding ring that fits with it.
Is there somewhere that could custom make one? Does someone have a similar ring to mine, that could post a picture of their band?
I have been searching for 3 months, and have had very little luck!
I hope everyone is having a fantastic day!
Post # 3
Wow, your ring is so pretty and unique! Have you tried just a straight pave diamond band? I think that would look best to mimic the other design in the ring. The e-ring band in the middle is straight so it would follow nicely with that, if that makes sense haha
Post # 4
I haven’t tried many on yet, to be honest! I’ve just done a lot of creeping online..hehe. I’ve been into 3 stores so far, and have had no luck. We ordered the ring online, and the jewelers were super nice…but they DID warn me that it would be tricky to find a band, and that “just to be as honest as possible” I should definitely consider going through a different jeweler than them, because they didn’t think any of their bands were the perfect fit.
I definitely agree with you about the pave band though- a plain one wouldn’t look right with my ring (even though I love them). I never thought to try on a straight band with it, I was so preoccupied being sooo stressed about the weird shape of the ring. I will go try on a straight one and see how it looks!
Thank you soo much for replying, I really appreciate it!!
Post # 5
Because of the 3-band thing in the e-ring…. you can also just use this ring as the wedding band? I know some bees have used their e-rings as their wedding bands. Maybe they’ll post their pictures here to show you!
Post # 6
How elevated is the center stone? If it’s high enough, you could get a band that would slip underneath the center stone and right up against the pave band. There would be a gap between the e-ring bands and the wedding band in the middle, but I think it could work if the wedding band is “short” enough (does that make any sense?!?!)