I feel like my rings are so disappointing compared to everyone else's! They were all we could afford though, and I have very small fingers so can't wear really big rings anyway.
The first ring is my wedding band. The second ring is my engagement ring and the third one is what I called my 'push' ring. I had heard that once you pushed your baby out you deserved a ring, and since we weren't having kids (at the time) I got my ring early! Now we're doing IVF I might start calling it my eternity ring and hold out for a push ring later down the track
Okay, so I haven't actually got it yet, but for our 10th wedding anniversary DH has got me this gorgeous set. Our anniversary is the 11th Feb, but we're not exchanging gifts until we go out for the evening on the 13th
This is my current engagement and wedding rings, and the other was a christmas present that is identical to the first ring DH bought me when we started dating. Except it's white gold, amethyst and diamonds, rather than silver, amethyst and cubic zirconia
I love how everyone's rings are different but still so gorgeous.
And no matter the size, the style, the stone or the metal, they're all meaningful!
And yes, as far as I know, eternity rings signify "I would marry you again today and I still intend to spend eternity with you"
In my first marriage, I got an eternity ring from some insurance money after our house got broken in to. When my exH found out what they meant he said "Oh, I didn't realise that's what they meant, I wouldn't have let you have it if I'd known that"..... :/
Second bub I'd like an eternity ring with diamonds and bub #2s birth stone 😊
eternity rings were traditionally given for first anniversary or first child. I wish I could do the photo things. my wedding band is a plain 18ct yellow gold. my engagement ring is a solitaire diamond set in white gold. with two smaller diamonds each side. my eternity is a halfmoon setting with three blue sapphires two diamonds. The eternity ring wraps around the solitaire. all of them are 18ct gold. marie
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