(Closed) Which ring for the ceremony?

posted 3 years ago in Rings
  • poll: Which rings?

    E-ring with matching bands (even though it does not match SO's band)

    Matching wedding band by itself (even though it may be a bit blah by itself)

  • Post # 2
    81 posts
    Worker bee

    Why not do some photos of both ring sets? Then you can look at each and choose which you’d like.

    Post # 4
    2832 posts
    Sugar bee

    I think I’d pick whichever ring you’re likely to wear more often and think of as “my wedding ring.” 

    Post # 5
    457 posts
    Helper bee

    If the band you posted is the matching one, I don’t think it’s blah at all! Jmho of course. Wear what you love, it’ll be beautiful regardless

    Post # 8
    457 posts
    Helper bee

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    diybee :  Both are beautiful, and truthfully  there are NO RULES when it comes to wedding rings. Look through these boards and you’ll find tons of posts about matching, not-matching, which hand to wear it, whether or not to even wear one, etc. What about wearing the stand alone band on your right for the ceremony and exchanging the ones that go with the ering on the left. That way you get to “complete” your everyday set during the ceremony, but your matching band has the sentimental value too. Best of both worlds

    Post # 9
    643 posts
    Busy bee

    Are you planning to wear your e-ring during the ceremony? I’ve only ever witnessed brides wear no ring before the ceremony, put on the wedding band during the ceremony, and put the e-ring back on after the ceremony (and for pictures).

    I would personally use the matching band for the ceremony. It’s definitely not “blah” and just seems it would be easier to put on during the ceremony than to take off the e-ring, add the bands, and put all three back on. 

    Post # 10
    1475 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: March 2018

    Such a dilemma to have bee. They are both beautiful choices! I voted going with the matching band that your SO will have as well, but I’m biased because that’s what I’m doing lol maybe you could get matching inscriptions inside both? Either way you can’t go wrong and there are no rules 🙂 

    Post # 11
    9369 posts
    Buzzing Beekeeper

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    diybee : 

    Well whatever one you choose will be your wedding ring , ie the one he  married you with and  you made your vows with . So that would be the important thing to me . Any other is then just a ring , pretty yes, but not my wedding ring .

    FWIW, I don’t really understand this having rings to travel with thing , unless its the Koh I Noor !

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