Post # 31
I think they look amazing together! Give it sometime after you get married and see if it just needs some getting used to 🙂
BUT if your absolutely positive you dont love it change it before the wedding so you have the same ring he slipped on your finger the day you said I do 🙂
Post # 32
This site had tons of plain bands, I emailed them about having one slightly altered and they were very responsive and didn’t charge more for the change. Shipping to Canada was resonable as well.
Post # 33
They look great together. I would try wearing them more a few months and see how you feel. You were engaged for a long time, you got used to seeing your engagement alone. It will take some getting used to, but I bet you’ll love your set once you get used to seeing them together.
Post # 34
I just wear mine on separate hands. I keep my ering on my left hand, because that’s where I prefer it. I don’t look any less committed.
Post # 35
To be truthful I’m in this situation now. Both my rings are stunning, but they don’t belong together. I had the wedding band custom made and while it is beautiful it clashes with my ering. My ering has milgrain and is hand craved while my wedding band is just milgrain. I wear them together because at the end of the day I love them so much. My DH plans to upgrade my ering and give me a new band for our vow renewal, so maybe then I’ll have a matchy set.
Post # 36
They look very nice together. 😉
Post # 37
I wouldn’t be in this situation, because I wouldn’t have rings that I didn’t have a (large) role in picking out. I also wouldn’t have rings that I didn’t help pay for.
Post # 38
I honestly think your set is perfection! It’s exactly up to MY taste 😉 Love a tapered band that allows for a distinction between your 2 rings. Love the scalloped wedding band and all the milgrain. Superb!
So yeah…I’d obviously wear them together 🙂
Post # 39
I loved both my original rings separately but together I didn’t really like the look. I ended up getting two new bands for around my engagement ring and I wear my original wedding band on my right hand! It’s the best of both worlds I think!
Post # 40
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
I would wear them both for at least a day and see if it grows on you. (Luck is not real and no one will notice you added a ring, so no downside.)
If it doesn’t start to look better in your mind, I’d think about switching the band personally. I wanted a set I can wear together and I DEFINITELY wanted my wedding band to be the one used at the wedding.