After the wedding is all said and done, the question is how you will wear your wedding rings and your engagement ring in the future. Deciding on the best way to wear your wedding and engagement rings together will ensure that you show them off in comfort and in style for many years. Spivak Jewelers and Engagement Rings
Many women like to show off both the engagement ring and the band by wearing them next to each other on their ring finger. Usually wedding bands are placed on the finger first because it is the closest to your heart. However, sometimes these rings can rub against each other awkwardly or spin around the wrong way so that they do not look right. Some women choose to have their wedding ring and engagement ring soldered together to prevent this from happening and to make them more comfortable to wear.
Advantages of Soldering
Soldering wedding bands to engagement rings essentially turns the two rings into one. It is not a very expensive thing to have done and it has some advantages such as preventing the rings from twisting in different directions while they are on your finger. It is a popular option for wedding sets which are designed to fit inside each other, such as a solitaire enhancer band or a wrap.
Soldering the rings together also prevents them from rubbing up against each other, which can cause excessive wear and tear on the sides of the rings.
If you decide to have the rings unsoldered in the future so that you can resize them or upgrade them, a jeweler will be able to take them apart again and polish each ring so that it looks like new.
Disadvantage of Soldering
However, the disadvantage of soldering wedding bands and engagement rings together means that you will never again be able to wear them separately. If you think that there might be an occasion when you just want to wear your wedding band, you might want to think of other non-permanent methods of holding these rings together.
Adjust the Size
Your rings might be spinning around on your finger because they don’t fit properly. Take them to the jeweler to have them resized so that they fit your finger perfectly and they should not move or rub against each other.
Use a Ring Guard
You can also use a wire ring guard inside the two rings. Use a pair of pliers to fold the metal tabs up around both of the rings to hold them together. The ring guard should be invisible if you wear it on the inside of your hand.
Whether or not you solder your wedding bands and engagement rings together or use a more temporary method of attachment is up to personal preference. Take a look at the different options and decide which one will be more comfortable for you.