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Bought our wedding rings today

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£275 each Never worn a ring before so was really hard for me to choose. She said not to worry as i don't have to wear it after our honey moon. Does this mean she's giving me a get out of jail free … Read More
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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
£275 each

Never worn a ring before so was really hard for me to choose. She said not to worry as i don't have to wear it after our honey moon. Does this mean she's giving me a get out of jail free card?
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banned7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
ooo maybe shes dumping you after honeymoon then pmsl.
My dh hadnt worn a ring before we got married last year.
But he knew how much it meant to me, so he wore it, You cant feel it after a while when ya get used to it.
#2
good grief lol!

wear the ring :p
#3
Maybe she doesnt plan opn wearing hers either?

I never wear mine - in fact I took it off during the reception - i hate wearing all rings - makes my hand feel claustrophobic:oops:
banned#4
kidcat
Maybe she doesnt plan opn wearing hers either?

I never wear mine - in fact I took it off during the reception - i hate wearing all rings - makes my hand feel claustrophobic:oops:


She was trying on an eternity ring too to make sure it would match. She's going to be wearing all 3!
#5
lumoruk
She was trying on an eternity ring too to make sure it would match. She's going to be wearing all 3!


Crikey, mine are all abandoned somewhere, couldnt wear them, certainly not all together, I occassionally wear my wedding ring ( if I can find it ) on special occassions.
I thought eternity rings were for after the birth of first child or so many years married?
banned#6
kidcat

I thought eternity rings were for after the birth of first child or so many years married?


She reckons 1yr marriage? Lol
[mod]#7
Good luck with the wedding day lumoruk
I never wear (or wore) rings but I wear my wedding ring all the time now.
I take it off for baths/showers and sometimes forget to put it back on straight away, and feel a bit strange without it now
#8
lumoruk
She reckons 1yr marriage? Lol


Well pregnancy is only nine months, she could be right about the 1year as long as you are quick:-D

Found this on web

Once the wedding is complete the next stage in a couples life together is as a family. In terms of jewellery children are celebrated by the purchase of eternity rings that are meant to go on the third finger of the left hand along with the wedding ring and the engagement ring. Eternity rings tend to be diamond rings with multiple diamonds set in to the band for half or the whole of its circumference. The latter been known as full eternity rings. Current trends include eternity rings with other gem stones as well as diamonds and full eternity rings are still very popular.



So you been looking at cribs and prams too?:whistling:
#9
Have you got a six month return guarantee on it.....?
banned#10
Cheers andy.

Got a nipple ring for my 18th, 8yrs on i forget i've got it till someone gives me a nipple twist. Guess it will be the same with my finger.

She keeps mentioning trying on our honey moon in Vienna maybe thats why she's saying 1yr :shock:
banned#11
she said yes then
banned#12
sassie
she said yes then


You know its 2009 right? Keep up sass.
banned#13
lumoruk
You know its 2009 right? Keep up sass.


well ok, i obviously missed that thread :p
banned#14
andywedge
Good luck with the wedding day lumoruk
I never wear (or wore) rings but I wear my wedding ring all the time now.
[B]I take it off for baths/showers
and sometimes forget to put it back on straight away, and feel a bit strange without it now [/B]


had you got real gold you wouldnt have to worry aboout it going green
#15
esq3585
Careful around the workplace with it on.

http://blufiles.storage.live.com/y1pNJZ3jsoD6yirh4HpudajRHMXz8cdy3KJrONDsRhMxqMez3sJFOKMGZorWuK34esNxmsAXlvM6NM


OMG I can't finish my sausage butty now :o

Lumoruk - why would you not want to wear the ring, you should be proud and you will get used it no doubt
#16
Interesting we bought our wedding rings on Sunday in Brums jewellery quarter, both platinum and here in 3 weeks. Manages to get a decent price as well.
banned#17
I know the engagement ring is supposed to be three months wages, but I wasn't sure of the 'accepted' price of wedding rings.

Isn't that a bit cheap?
#18
FilthAndFurry
I know the engagement ring is supposed to be three months wages, but I wasn't sure of the 'accepted' price of wedding rings.

Isn't that a bit cheap?


And these things matter because EVERYONE has to know how much you paid. You have to wear the price tag with the ring, just so people know you've paid the required amount. :whistling:
banned#19
Jazz
And these things matter because EVERYONE has to know how much you paid. You have to wear the price tag with the ring, just so people know you've paid the required amount. :whistling:


Hey - I'm not the one posting the cost on a website.

I was just wondering if there is an agreed upon amount for wedding rings.

I actually find the whole 'having to pay a certain amount' stuff quite silly to be honest, but so is the whole idea of marriage.
#20
FilthAndFurry
Hey - I'm not the one posting the cost on a website.

I was just wondering if there is an agreed upon amount for wedding rings.

I actually find the whole 'having to pay a certain amount' stuff quite silly to be honest, but so is the whole idea of marriage.


The " guidance " I think is two/three a mans monthly wage for an engagement ring. Wedding rings are much cheaper.

Not that it matters at all really, a curtain ring'd do it :) ;-)

Eternity rings are generally the most expensive, all those diamonds!
banned#21
FilthAndFurry
Hey - I'm not the one posting the cost on a website.

I was just wondering if there is an agreed upon amount for wedding rings.

I actually find the whole 'having to pay a certain amount' stuff quite silly to be honest, but so is the whole idea of marriage.


dude we just picked the rings we liked, I said £200 for hers £100 for mine but went way over as the £100 ones were whack! Mine isn't even gold it's Palladium :whistling: part of the Platinum group of metals but a lot cheaper. Besides she's already got a wedding ring (inherited) that I've had white gold plated but it's only 9ct her new one is 18ct so it matches her engagement ring. I paid £900 for the engagement ring. If I still worked at Tesco that would be over a months wage :oops: but she chose the ring she liked I said she could have one with £1,500 price tag when we discussed getting married months ago.

Yes marriage is silly but its been her dream and I'm not going to deny her that because I love her so much

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