Post # 1
Hi! My fiance and I are now in the process of wedding band shopping! YIPPEE!
My ring, as gorgeous as she is, was meant to be a “stand alone” ring. Meaning, she wasn’t meant to be paired with any wedding bands. So, I’m on the struggle bus to see what my ring would pair with wedding band-wise. Does anyone have any suggestions??
All I know is that I am very keen on having one band on each side; my fiance is like, “No, just one would look great,” but I think that my OCD would disagree and I would feel unbalanced lol
Post # 2
Honestly, I think that your fiance may be right. The band width of your e-ring is very wide and adding two bands may overpower your finger. However, since you are keen on the idea of 2 bands, why not have them made very thin and curved to fit into the e-ring?
Post # 3
I would pair 1 plain curved band with your e-ring. This way it will not compete.
Post # 4
In your case, I would skip a wedding band and only wear that ring.
Post # 5
You have a beautiful ring, it looks like it already has a band because of how the setting is. I honestly would not get it a band, but if you’re set on having a band maybe you could get a stand alone band and switch between the two? Goodluck bee and congrats! 🙂
Post # 6
If you absolutely want a wedding band to wear with it, then I’d go with one plain white gold band. Since your ring is a tripple shank, adding two diamond bands would be way too much going on.
Post # 7
MrsSparkleBee13: I dig this idea. I have never thought of just going plain with a band.
Thanks for the input ladies!
Post # 8
In my opinion your ring is beautiful but yeah it already has a LOT going on. I mean it’s already almost to your knuckle as is. If you absolutely want a band, find a very thin white gold band like others are suggesting. Even that on both sides would make it too wide in my opinion. Stick with one side, and a simple band.
Post # 9
- Wedding: October 2014 - Cape May
I’d go with a 2 mm plain band to give you that classic “married look” without taking away from your ering. Your ring is a knock out and really is a stand alone ring.