@A-Squared I have no idea what the significance is of these rings. They're just pretty!
@Californication it may very well have felt like an eternity to DH! He keeps trying to tell me that I don't get a ring because I already had DS and he thinks these rings are given to celebrate the birth of the first child.
Thank you to everyone for sharing your bling. Exquisite taste from you all, and your DH's!
@MrsKLM those rings are divine! @believa that single ring is gorgeous!
@Moxy I love yours too. Maybe a plain band would look good. I hadn't thought of that but your set looks great together!
@turquoisecoast that's a stunning engagement ring! With that, you don't need an eternity ring!
Last edited by TheGooch; 04-02-2016 at 22:44.
I've always thought that an eternity ring was given as a symbol that you intend to be with that person for "an eternity". Isn't that what they mean?
I had this idea, because DS and I are both feb birthdays that I wanted a fine rose gold ring with pave amethyst around it, I found a picture once but it's kind of hard to describe what I'm imagining. But now I'm having a baby in May so this will probably all change!
Eta: if I'm to wear it with my wedding and e-ring though it would have to match my wedding ring. My wedding ring had to be designed to fit around my engagement ring so the same would have to happen with another ring on that finger.
Last edited by HollyGolightly81; 05-02-2016 at 00:36.
Here's mine. The wedding band and eternity ring are the same. Which I know you said you didn't want. But I like the symmetry. My DH surprised me with the eternity on our first anniversary.
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