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Any Heart Shaped Diamond Brides out there?

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#1 JaimeandBrandon

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    Posted 06 May 2009 - 02:24 AM

    So I love my solitaire heart shaped diamond ring!! Just wondering if there are anymore of you here??

    Also, when I chose my ring I wasn't thinking that I would eventually need to get a wedding band to go with it and now that we've been looking at wedding bands nothing looks right!! So I wanted to see what my fellow heart shaped diamond brides sets look like...

    #2 Mystic

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      Posted 06 May 2009 - 11:50 PM

      Have you posted your ring in the "show us your rings" thread? We'd love to see it!

      #3 JaimeandBrandon

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        Posted 06 May 2009 - 11:51 PM

        I haven't but I will!!

        #4 JaimeandBrandon

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          Posted 11 June 2009 - 01:38 PM

          Nobody has a heart shape diamond?!!

          #5 ACDCDCAC

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          Posted 11 June 2009 - 01:45 PM

          i mean, ive seen them in stores but honestly yours is the first ive seen on BDW! you just may have a BDW first on your hands, congrats :) heeheehee

          i see it in your avatar, and its pretty!

          #6 DanielleNDerek

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            Posted 11 June 2009 - 04:38 PM

            umm this probably wont help you but i have a princess cut center with 2 hearts on each side. I had to get a jeweler to make a bad to fit around my ring. my band is all small princess cut diamonds. My e-ring was custom made by that same jeweler. Before he had the band made he had me come over and try a bunch of different type of bands on just so i could see how each size diamond and the different cuts would looks with my ering and that really helped. until than i had no idea what i wanted and than once i picked the stone and the size, he kinda drew up how the band would fit around my ering so i got a good idea how it would come out. Maybe a jeweler can make a band that will fit right under the point of the heart, that would probably be really nice.
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            #7 JOSIE

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              Posted 11 June 2009 - 04:54 PM

              OMG I love your ring!!!!!!!! I always wanted heart shape!!!! ITS BEAUTIFUL!!!! My FI proposed with my great grandmothers ring which is extremely challenging to fit a band around. I'm just going to wear my wedding band on my other hand =) After all the hassel trying to get a custom one made, I finally setteled on getting a matching set with FI and wearing the ering & band on separate fingers.

              #8 ilovemypitbull

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                Posted 11 June 2009 - 05:01 PM

                That's a tough one. I have two heart-shaped diamonds, but they're sideways, on either side of my round brilliant center stone so I don't have the same problem you do. I would suggest having a band custom made. My engagement ring was custom made by an amazing local jeweler (I got to design it myself -- yay!) so I'll probably just go to her to have her make some kind of simple band.

                With your ring (which is gorgeous, by the way!) I think a very simple and dainty band would look good. You wouldn't want to overpower the delicate look of the point of the heart.

                Have you ever thought about not having a band at all? Or just having a symbolic one that you won't necessarily wear every day in tandem with your e ring? My sister suggested this after I had spend months designing my ring to make it perfect and then realized that when a band is added to the mix, everything changes. So as not to waste the ridiculous amount of money and time that went into making my ring perfect, I'm seriously thinking about doing this. Of course, I would have a band for the ceremony and wear it on certain occasions (either on the same finger as the e ring or switching the e ring to the other hand) but most of the time just keep it somewhere safe. Or wear it daily but on my right hand. This could be an option for you. That way, you can get any band that strikes your fancy, and you wouldn't have to worry about ruining the look of your engagement ring.

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