Post # 1
So im purchasing the 1.25 oval and both these bands in white gold. Im getting two bands to represent my two boys, obviously the engagement ring represent my amazing OH. But im not sure which one to use for my actually ceremony. I love the art deco one but at the same time i love the matching band haha what do you think?
Post # 2
I would do matching band for ceremony and then slide on the art deco one later for photos. Honestly, the ceremony goes so quickly and the photographer isn’t hovering over your hand during it. This is one of those things that probably won’t matter post-wedding and you’ll be like, why did I stress over that?
You could also have your enagement ring + one band already on your finger and then slide on the third band for the ceremony. You can fix the order after the ceremony.
I LOVE your set, by the way.
Post # 3
It seems to me these days you can do things any way you want in your wedding. In the vows why not put them all on the way you want to wear them. It wouldn’t take that much more time, and honestly that shouldn’t matter anyway because it’s not like you’re being timed (it’s your wedding, you can write the vows, you can order the ceremony, you write the rules). Then they’ll all be on for not only the ceremony but for the photos too.
I really love your combination. They are beautiful!
Post # 4
I would do both bands because, for me, I’d want both my bands to be blessed by the ceremony. Just have them together and your Fiance can put them on at the same time or one right after the other. It doesn’t take long.
Especially since each of your rings has some significance associated with a particular loved one. You wouldn’t want to leave anyone out.
Post # 5
I would use the matching one for the ceremony and then have both on for pictures.
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2018 - Anthem Golf & Country Club
Wear both the whole time! They’re both gorgeous, and that stack is to die for. I may be partial, as I also have an oval with a stack… but I think it’s the prettiest combination! If you really only want to do one for the ceremony- go with the matching one for the ceremony, then the art deco plus the matching for the rest of the time.
Post # 7
I would also use both bands for the ceremony and photos as they are however your wedding bands, correct?
Post # 8
I had two bands, and put both on at the ceremony and had pics taken of them. Why not just do both?
Post # 9
I love the pop the gold art deco gives it! All your rings are lovely <3