Post # 1
Recently married bee here! I’m so in love with my absolutely perfect white gold and diamond Shane Co wedding ring, that my first two weeks of marriage I spent wearing it alone almost 24/7. I can’t get enough of how beautiful and elegant it looks by itself. But, with my mismatched rose gold morganite engagement ring it looks absolutely stunning too! The only problem is that I don’t like weariBF two rings on my finger all the time, it feels crowded on my tiny little hand… Anyone else prefer to wear just their wedding band after marriage? Show me pics please! I still wear and show off my e-ring for special occasions, but most of the time I always wear my wedding ring. Here are pics of both!
Post # 2
could you move your e-ring to your right hand?
Post # 3
you could always wear your ering on a different finger! for me I usually wear both because they are simple. However if I’m home all day or have busy things to do I just wear my plain band
Post # 4
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I always wear mine together, but I take them off as soon as I get home.
Post # 5
My original wedding band is pretty wide (about 5mm), so I was a “band only” gal for a number of years. Now, though, I usually wear a set of at least 2 rings, either ERing + band or anniversary ring + band.
Original Wedding Band:
ERing + Band:
Anniversary Ring + Band:
Post # 6
I love both my rings and I wear themtogether all the time. I love your set. So super girly.
Post # 7
I wore my w-band alone in the early stages, too! Yours looks lovely so enjoy showcasing it! You’ll find your favorite ways to wear your marital bling once you get used to it!
Post # 8
Both your rings are pretty cool! I like the idea of wearing your wedding band on one hand and the e-ring on the other.
Post # 9
- Wedding: March 2016 - Miami
Not married yet, but I got my wedding band a few weeks ago and have been wearing it around the house to kinda get used to how they look together lol
While they do look nice together, I also like how they look apart so I think sometimes I’ll probably move the ering to my right hand. Luckily it fits about the same on both hands. So I imagine it’ll just depend on how I feel day to day.
Post # 10
Thank you all for compliments and for sharing your perspective. I enjoyed all your responses and PICS!
Post # 11
I actually chose to have one ring for both my engagement and wedding wing– somedays I kind of am rethinking it since I think it would be nice to rock a dainty band but if so I don’t think I’d ever wear my engagement ring much which would be a waste i think
I second wearing them on different fingers! 🙂
Post # 12
OP, your rings are gorgeous!
I wear my wedding band alone for two reasons; the setting of my e-ring gets scratched underneath from the diamonds in my wedding band AND I think the halo of the e-ring covers too much of the wedding band. I love both of my rings but they eat each other up! The solution? I wear my e-ring on my right hand 😊
Post # 13
I have to wear a plain band for work and if I’m just at home I’ll just wear it too i put on my e-ring if I’m leaving the house otherwise
Post # 14
- Wedding: County courthouse
I wear both of my rings together all the time:
Post # 15
- Wedding: April 2016 - Gorse Hill, Surrey, UK
I know exactly how you feel! Two rings sometimes feels too cramped and overpowering. I’m going to be a one ring girl after the wedding, my e ring will be saved for special occasions for my right hand.