Post # 1
Thanks to all the bees that help me decide on ring band options for our first year anniversary. I ended up getting 2 super thin bands to go with my right hand ring (heirloom pave ring from Blue Nile). they look so glittery with one of each side. If I feel like a change I could also use one as a spacer with my wedding set. Since my wedding set is platinum and my right hand rings are white gold, i wouldnt wear it as a spacer daily.
I would love to get a super thin rose gold band to mix it up too!
Post # 3
Lovely set!Happy anniversary!
Post # 4
Beautiful! A question : Why can’t you wear your white gold with your platinum wedding set more often if you wanted to do so? My e-ring and wedding band are platinum, and my thin anniversary band is white gold, and I’ve been wearing them all together for a year and a half. I also just purchased some rose gold rings to mix into my ring stack when I wear rose gold jewelry. Should I not be doing this for some reason? Will it hurt the platinum? Thanks.
Post # 5
@mestisanz: where are the stacking rings from? I love them!!
Post # 6
@mestisanz: I LOVE that look! So pretty!
Post # 7
Beautiful, love thin diamond bands!
Post # 8
@Brielle: Actually, the platinum could hurt the white gold. Platinum is a stronger metal than white gold and it can cause you to lose metal faster on the white gold ring. This is particularly a concern with pave rings because the prongs are so small. The platinum may get scratched, but you can get it polished which moves the metal back into place (platinum never loses mass, unlike gold).
However, I think that the design of the rings and how rough the wearer is on her rings makes a big difference. It’s not like the white gold ring is going to fall apart because it’s next to platinum- it might just wear a little faster or requite a bit more upkeep.
Post # 9
Happy Anniversary – I love the look of your rings no matter which way you mix them up – stunning!
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2009 - Mountain Meadow/Mansion
Happy Anniversary! Lovely bands!
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2014 - EDD 06/12/2016
@mestisanz: i need a thin band like that! Where did you get it?
Post # 12
@vermonster: Thanks so much for clarifying. I knew that gold loses metal and platinum does not; however, I just wanted to make sure that nothing bad could happen to the platinum, since, obviously, my platinum e-ring and wedding band are of greater importance to me than my thin, gold anniversary band and the new, rose gold rings I recently purchased.) 🙂
Post # 13
For the ladies that asked I got the thin bands from the jeweller that made my wedding set. couldn’t find the same quality at chain stores. Each stone is only 0.01 so they’re super, I’m not sure how thin each band is, but my wedding band is is 3mm so that might put it in perspective.
@vermonster: thanks for answering on my behalf! couldn’t have said it better myself 🙂