Post # 1
I’m currently torn between three different wedding bands and I’d like the opinion of the Hive. The first picture is my engagement ring the other rings are the ones I’m considering. I’m sorry the pictures are so big. I resized some of them but it didn’t work for all of them it seems…
ETA: If I went with band 2, I’d get two of them. No matter which band I choose I’ll also be getting a plain one to wear to work and things like that.
Post # 3
Keep looking none of those three “matches” the e-ring
Post # 4
@happyface: I’m beginning to worry that I won’t find anything :/ I didn’t want a matched set to begin with, but I still wanted them to “go” you know? The problem with a solitaire is that pretty much anything can go with it. And also I’m indecisive.
Post # 5
I would say keep looking but if I were to pick one of the three it would be number one. 🙂
Post # 6
I found some online that looked like your e-ring and they all have the BAND # 2 type, all diamonds all around the band.
Post # 7
I actually really love option #1 but it would probably look best on a long finger (I have no idea what your fingers look like). On a shorter finger, it may take up to much finger real estate to look good IMO.
Post # 8
I love band number one! But if you want something little more traditional number two would definitely look beautiful as well. I always get a little confused when people say that something doesn’t match a plain band (aka without diamonds or designs), I mean how can it not match? (Serious question, totally not trying to be sassy!)
Post # 9
The Band #2 would be what I would have chosen with the e-ring you have. You could always stack one on each side of the e-ring so that they kind of encircle the e-ring.
Post # 10
i voted keep looking, but if i had to pick one of these, it would be #2
Post # 11
@lovelorlo: My biggest problem is that EVERYTHING goes with my ring and I’m not sure which route I want to go.
Post # 12
Band 2 is classic and looks amazing next to a metal shank. I like #1 but I would wear it alone…perhaps you could get it too as a band to wear when you don’t want to wear the wedding set. 😉 I purchased a whole other wedding band because my wedding band is soldered to my large e-ring so I wanted an alternative for sports, etc.
Post # 13
@SouthernGirl: haha I guess thats what I mean! I mean when I see a ring like yours (which is gorgeous by the way!) that doesn’t have a ton of swirls or etching or diamonds surrounding it I’m like “wait, what do you mean it doesn’t match?! everything matches it!” Either way I think whatever you decide will look wonderful 🙂
Post # 14
I love the look of a simple solitaire with a diamond band. Here is my set. It’s kind of like #2, but the diamonds in my wedding band are a little bigger (I thought I needed the extra thickness because my engagement ring band is a little wider)