Post # 1
So my e-ring is a three-stone opal and our proposed wedding bands would be cattlehorn or concrete (etsy away!!) and..yeah..they wouldn’t look good together. So what? Do i just move the e-ring to another finger, stop wearing it, or suck it up and clash? Everywhere I look people are soldering theirs together and thats just not feasible for us. Thankies~ 🙂
Post # 3
If clashing is going to drive you totally batty, move the e-ring to your right hand.
Post # 4
Yea you can move your e ring, but you know your wedding rings don’t have to match? If your heart is set on the cattlehorn or concrete then thats cool, but Fiance and I have completely different rings as I felt mine had to match my e ring.
Post # 5
Whoah those are awesome!! I especially love the first set!
There is no rule whatsoever that you must wear two rings on your left ring finger to look married. 🙂 Actually, there’s a bit of a conspiracy theory about this, read here:
Basically it’s a tradition the jewelry industry made up long ago so that the two rings would damage each other, thereby forcing you to pay them to either repair or replace your rings! Something to think about!
I think you should rock your wedding band, and if you still want to wear your opal ring, wear it on your right hand. 🙂
Post # 6
Loooove the concrete set ring! How unique!
Mr. Charmed and I won’t have matching rings (he wants titanium or steel), and I may go with white gold rather than the rose I have for my engagement. I don’t mind mixing metals (or other materials!) at all. As long as it makes you happy!