Post # 1
Hi Bees! Can you help me choose my wedding band?
I am a person who has simple taste – I am not big into bling or anything like that so both rings may not be everyone’s choice but they are mine!Lol! I like simple but stunning! So which would you choose (1) or (2) I have 3 pictures of #2 because its a different type of ring so you I wante dyou to see the different views of it.
If you can, please let me know why you chose your option!
Post # 4
@Excitedoctbride2013: #1 – Not a fan of the side diamonds on 2.
Post # 5
I think I have an e-ring that’s super similar to yours. I’m also not blingy. I like the first or I was going to toy around with a plain curved band.
Post # 6
I thought about the curved ring but I want a ring I could also wear by itself as times I don’t like to wear my engagement ring to certain places like the gym. I thought ring #2 was a good mix of plain but had that small bit of difference I was looking for but not sure if it really matches..there was something about it when I saw it and the jeweler (whom I adore because of his honesty) said he would personally choose #1 because it matches better but I should purchase #2 because of my reaction alone but now I worry it doesn’t match! :/
Post # 8
We have really similar engagement rings, so I was tempted to go for the first band (looks more similar to mine). Obviously that is a little biased. I ended up voting for the second b/c I think it’s more unique and I love the sides. I think you could easily wear either separate (something that was important to me, but may not be to everyone – due to my job, I will often wear just my wedding band)
Post # 9
I voted for 1 because you say you’re simple and the double (or triple?) sided pave will be higher maintenance and might scratch your ering.
Post # 10
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
I’m not a fan of either, honestly. The second looks weird from the top view (which is how most people will be seeing it! so why bother with the diamonds? Plus I just feel like they’ll be more likely to fall out?)
What about just a plain band?
Post # 11
I second the idea of just a plain band. Or maybe something like this:
With just a bit of character.