Post # 1
My fiance bought me my dream ring: a princess cut with pave diamonds around. Now I’m working on the hard part…picking out my wedding band.
Several women in my family have a band that matches their engagement ring and got a top band on their one year anniversary since they couldn’t afford both bands when they got married. I plan on getting two bands when I get married and not doing the whole 1 year anniversary band.
That being said, which style do you like more? ***The bands were not my size.***
1) Matching petitie bands (all white gold though!) on the bottom, similar to a double row so it doesn’t take away from my carat
2) slightly bigger bands (.33 instead of .24) so it’s shiner, which I love! One on top, one on bottom.
Post # 2
I’d get same size bands like in the first picture and still put one on top and one on bottom.
Post # 3
Yep, I agree with the pp. I like the symmetry and balance of the smaller stone bands on either side of your e-ring
Post # 4
I prefer the thinner bands because I think it makes your center stone stand out more. I like the symmetry of one on top one on the bottom but you could also switch it up from time to time depending how you feel!
Post # 5
I actually like the mixed colors in option 1
Post # 6
I loved the the bands in the second pic, more bling and i love that it matches:) 😍
Post # 7
I’m not a fan of one on top/bottom, and I would say to get the same width as the e-ring if you are having 2 bands. So #1
Post # 8
mo86co : That’s what I liked too! The bling! and it was a very similar ring to the e-ring, but SLIGHTLY larger. It’s so hard to pick! The poll results are super close!
Post # 9
kailani18 : This is true and a good idea. He likes the same size bands as well so it doesn’t take away from the diamond!
Post # 10
I personally don’t like the one on each side look unless it’s super thin bands that don’t hide the diamond, because that’s what effectively happens. Whereas the band on one side (or just thin bands) still let the centre diamond be the main focal point. Depends on what you want though. If you don’t mind about not highlighting the centre diamond and just want more bling along the bands then either look will work.
Post # 11
sapphire89 : Lol go with your heart ❤️ But if you ask me I think the bigger bands gives more finger coverage and more sparkle…
Btw I know I’m in the same situation myself, i can’t choose a band for my anniversary and I’ve been looking for 3 months and my anniversary just passed on the 3/31 🤷♀️ I can’t choose the diamonds size 3pt / 6pt / 9-10pt and if I should go with a half or 3/4 or a full eternity 🤦♀️ The only thing I do know is that I want a u prong setting and in white gold 😌…