here though. Some with paisley, and wedding vows. I could look at rings for hours (and I have).
Plus I don't want to deviate TOO much from the look of my rounded band, two tone round solitaire engagement ring.
I could go with my first wish for a plain yellow gold band. If I chose something very thin it would give prominence to my engagement ring, and if I chose something rounded it would not only be very traditional, but mirror the contours of my engagement ring. But again, I feared that it wouldn’t sit right up against my diamond. So I realized that what I’d really like was a band that coordinates with my engagement ring. One that is two tone, and has a twist. That would look best, and that would mean there would be a notch that my diamond could fit beside. But I figured that was going to be impossible. How do you go about searching online for womens wedding rings that coordinate with a unique looking ring from a tiny family shop?
Eventually, after aimless searching of Google Images I found a ring online that is along the idea of what I wanted. It’s very pretty, but it looks like white gold instead of yellow, which I prefer. As I read on I learned it's actually “palladium,” whatever that is. But at least I learned something. First, the twist design for womens wedding rings DOES exist outside of Totang. Second, it seems that the twist style is called an eternity band. Ah ha! So I continued my search, still hoping for a two tone gold wedding band. And I found this:
Now we’re talking! I found that that wedding ring here. I like the yellow gold better than palladium, and that notch would DEFINITELY allow for my round diamond to nestle in. I was finally getting somewhere!
And then I came across this ring that nicely tapers and this really cheap two tone ring (so I fear the yellows will look different,) and it’s cubic zirconia instead of diamonds. But the funny thing about these two rings, that I just happened to come across using a Google Image search, is that they just happen to be at a shop that’s about a 2 minute walk from where Adam got my engagement ring! Adam said we can go to HSamuel this summer; so I’m excited!