Post # 1
I’ve got my e-ring picked out (for those are you who remember what a hard time me and Fiance were having finding one I loved in our price range.) I decided on a simple blue topaz solitaire. Now I just have to wait until he decides to order it, and hope I dont fall in love with another ring before then. XD
Anywho, I was browsing around etsy and I came across this ring.
I showed it to Alex, and he loves it also. Would this be too weird to have a wedding ring? He said he would wear one as well, and we’d have matching rings. It wouldnt go with the e-ring, but I could always wear that as a RHR. This is just me planning again (I’m such an over planner.)
Post # 3
I dont think it would sit well with your e-ring, but it can be your wedding ring that you wear on your right hand??
Post # 4
I think they are neat! I love blue topaz though, so you should get that one as a RHR too.
Post # 5
omg i love it!
but i wouldn’t wear it with my e-ring. i would get this if i didn’t plan on wearing my ering all the time.
Post # 6
Hmm. No offense but I really, really don’t like it. And I am a lover of unusual wedding rings! But if I saw that, I would not think it was a wedding ring AT ALL. I would think it was a very high school, teenager-y promise ring. Sorry, honest opinion! I definitely think you have the right idea by looking on Etsy though, there are many beautiful and elegant sterling wedding rings on there. Or, I just came across this shop today, VERY affordable gold prices:
Post # 7
Totally love this idea. 🙂
Post # 8
@MrsSnowMountain: I agree. Sorry OP. I’m not a fan eihter, but if you and your Fiance love it, then you guys should totally go for it. I mean, I love my husband and all, but I wouldnt want any jewelry with his name on it.
Post # 9
No offence taken! Everyone has different opinions. Like I said, I likely wouldnt wear this and the e-ring together.
Post # 10
I like it but it would look better with names on the inside
Post # 11
I think of this more as a baby ring than a wedding ring. If/when I have kids, I’d love something with their name(s) on it! But my FI’s name? No thanks, but my opinion shouldn’t matter…
Post # 12
i think if you had only that ring, like no engagment ring at all. and were a very like hippieish/bohoish person you could pull it off.
Post # 13
Although it is not my own, personal taste, I do think the design is interesting and unique and that people would realize that the rings are your wedding rings. Is the ring one, solid piece that is static as it appears in the picture, or are there two, interlocking, yet somewhat movable rings? The reason I am asking is that, if the piece is a solid, static piece, perhaps the artisan could make yours “upside down,” so that the protruding piece is at the bottom, and the straight edge is at the top (with both names facing in the correct direction for that configuration), so that you could wear the ring flush against your e-ring. Just a thought. The only other thought that I have is that the way the ring is shown in the picture somewhat gives me the impression that the names do not have equal weight. The name on the “bottom” (partially hidden) ring (Alex) does not visually share equal importance with the name on the “top” ring (Chloe.) However, that may just be my own, personal impression, and others may not share that view.
Post # 14
It doesn’t appeal to me but if you guys love it then that’s really all that matters
Post # 15
@allyfally: Your wedding ring is more than an object to be oggled by others. Your wedding ring should be what you love and what anyone else thinks doesn’t mean squat. They will not be wearing them.
Post # 16
I think they’re great! quite the novel idea! but yeah, obviously won’t go with your ering.