simple wedding band style above sort of changed. Once Adam and I started talking about getting engaged when I went to see him in England over the summer, we started looking at rings. He found a two tone gold wedding band, just as my engagement ring is. But he likes a more matte finish, and a stripe running through like the two tone wedding band below, not the yellow gold band like my dad’s. Not what I envisioned, but that was fine, I want him to have a style he’ll enjoy.
Since the plain gold band idea for us was void, and the matching wedding rings for us wasn’t happening either, my next thought was about comfort. I was a little concerned about how womens wedding rings fit up against the diamond. I didn’t want to make a mistake I’d regret with a ring that wasn’t comfortable. I didn’t want them to look mismatched, and I didn't want them to have a gap where they didn't fit up against each other, like this:
Unfortunately, by the time I thought about this, learned about what a bridal set is, and saw pretty ones like these rings it was pretty much the night before we were going to pick out my engagement ring: