Post # 1
I know that during the ceremony you can wear your e-ring on your right hand (or wrapped around your bouquet, on a necklace, etc.) so your Fiance can put the wedding band on your left hand. I get that. But what should you do if your wedding band is a jacket? Should I still wear my e-ring and have him use just the jacket during the ceremony and then put them together after? Or should I give him my e-ring before the ceremony begins and he can put them together and give them both back to me during the ceremony?
What did you guys do? Here’s a picture of my wedding band/jacket for reference.
Post # 3
The crazy person in me would probably give my e-ring to my Fiance before the ceremony so that he can put the enhancer and e-ring on my finger together.
But pleas be advised, do NOT give it to him until the very last minute of the ceremony. The only time I ever almost lost my ring was when I gave it to my Fiance to watch, and he set it on the table and walked away. I was pissed lol.
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2013 - Country Club
Fi bought a guard as my wedding band… He told me he wants me to walk down the aisle wearing it. He will take it off my hand, slide it in the wedding guard, and then put it back on my hand.
Post # 5
I dont think there is any “right way” to do it. If you want to have him put them both together and slip them both on at the same time, do that. 🙂 Otherwise just have him slip on the jacket and then change it later on.
Post # 6
My wedding band is similar to yours and i just gave it along with my ring to the best man after we took our wedding party pictures (We did a first look).
Post # 7
I wore my e-ring as I got ready, then when we got to the church I put both together and had my Mother-In-Law run it, combined, over to the best man.
Post # 8
I just put my e-ring in it and gave it (both) to whoever was in charge of the rings. So I had no rings on walking down the aisle.
Post # 9
My wedding ring won’t be a guard quite like yours, but it will kind of wrap from one side to the other (and not be a full loop, so it will have to be soldered to the E-ring). I intend to wear my engagement ring like normal during the wedding, and remove it before the ring exchange so that he can put the two pieces together and put them both back on my finger. I don’t think there really is a “right” way, so just do what makes you feel comfortable.