Post # 1
I’m getting married next year and already trying to think about what I wanna do for a wedding band.
I have a unique rose-shaped e-ring that I absolutely adore… the problem is that I have no idea what to do for a wedding band!
On the one hand, I really think the ring looks amazing in its own and a band might take away from it… but I’ve always imagined myself wearing my engagement and wedding rings together (the way you’re “supposed” to)
I am putting a pic of my ring below… what do you guys think I should do? Normal band? Curved band? Open gap band? Or just wear them separately?
I appreciate your opinions! Thank you!
Post # 2
I would get a band that either looks like a twig and would have a small gap, or get a band that matches the shank of your e-ring. I think that the gap would be less than you realize.
I like a non-curved band because I like having the option to wear the band solo.
Post # 3
Totally feeling like I’m spamming here because i have 1 of my own and i adore it but … a mobius band could work? It has that twist style to it that would lend itself to that kind of band
Post # 5
Maybe something like this but curved to fit around it?
Post # 6
Or, have David Klass make you a wedding band, with tiny roses, that curves around the e-ring!
just imagine it curved, and the roses being the size you want.
Other rose types are bit less 3d than the one above.
And oh look at this twig one:
Post # 7
What about an open wedding band?
Post # 8
Thank you so much to everyone for the suggestions!!!
I LOVE that twig one you shared… In fact, I found that exact ring on Etsy… Hmm… 😛 Thank you 🙂