show us your rings!
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Posted 15 April 2008 - 12:15 PM
My Engagement ring. I don't have a picture with the bands yet. But I have a band for the top and bottom. They are the same pattern as the diamonds on the side of the Ering.
Posted 18 April 2008 - 06:55 PM
I hope this works. You all have such beautiful rings and I do believe the ring is for the man not the women, which is what I love best about the whole e-ring concept. My FI designed my ring and it blew me away. It was more than we had ever looked at and it was beyond my dreams. I was expecting a band w/ a topaz in it. I am so excited to share.
Posted 18 April 2008 - 07:02 PM
wow you ladies have a lot of beautiful bling! cha-ching! our very simple wedding bands have the words "mo anam cara" on them, which is gaelic for "my soul mate." it's not what i would have pictured for my ring, but my FH actually sent the picture to me out of the blue one day and i was just touched that he'd want something that said i was his soulmate, ya know? (he's not usually the sentimental, lovey-dovey type ... i don't even know what got him looking at rings) we got them off ebay and because of the travel involved with the dw, we actually just got sterling silver and paid $60 for BOTH. later i might get it remade in platinum, but for now frugality was the way to go for us (paying for everything ourselves). i won't be able to wear it with my e-ring, but that's ok. i'll just switch that to the other hand.
Posted 24 April 2008 - 07:32 PM
| Originally Posted by K&Rwedding |
I love your bands. I have to tell you I am a simple girl and would have loved a band, but honestly I would love anything my FI would have gotten me. I hear ya there on the budget, we too are paying for everything ourselves.
he did buy me a platinum engagement ring (but not particularly expensive, i told him i'd kill him if he spent a lot, haha), but i definitely won't be able to wear with that band. i will just move it to my right hand.
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