Stacked Wedding Rings

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Stacked wedding rings have been gracing the ring fingers of stylish brides (and non-brides) for years, but we’re just now really catching on to the trend. There are so many ways you can wear stacked wedding rings: You can wear two, three, or more bands on your left-hand ring finger with your engagement ring on the right, or you can combine all of your rings for a powerful, layered look that definitely makes a statement. (You can also forego the engagement ring altogether). I love the idea of stacked weddings rings because I personally don’t wear my engagement ring everyday. My wedding band is very dainty, so being able to pair it with larger diamond bands of different sizes and styles would be a great way to add a little oomph without wearing the engagement ring. And then of course adding the engagement ring would just make it that much more awesome. A super sweet way to add stacked wedding rings to your collection over the years is with the birth of a child or a big anniversary. Or you can opt for stacked wedding rings from the get-go, and pair it with an engagement ring or not. If you’re on tight ring budget, stacked wedding rings are a great way to save money by not buying a larger center stone, too. Below are a few stacked wedding rings we love (with designer info listed as provided). Let us know which ones are your favorite, and if you like the trend at all! Via Brilliant Earth By DiamondDoveJewelry on Etsy, $3,870 Cathy Waterman bands Anna Sheffield rings Ring by David Yurman Via Brilliant Earth Anna Sheffield rings From Two Blind Mice Studio Gold/Diamond Anna Sheffield rings with tiara stacking bands Stacking rings by J Albrecht Designs Gabriel & Co Vintage Style engagement ring
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1 of 20 In traditional wedding culture, first comes the engagement ring. That ring is then followed up with the addition of a wedding band that’s given on the wedding day. Fast forward to modern day and we’re seeing many brides rocking three, four, or even five wedding rings on their ring fingers. Stackable engagement rings and stackable wedding bands are trending across jewelry design inspiration boards. There are a few things to keep in mind when selecting stacking rings. First of all, three or more is a party! Mixing stones, textures, metals, and colors are all fair game when you’re designing your stackable ring sets, and it’s okay to cross jeweler lines and mix and match to get the set that’s just right for you. Some sets are designated and have been attached to form one ring that looks like a set, while others are individual bands you can mix up on any given day. Just because stackable rings are less traditional doesn’t mean they’re any less formal. From dainty pavé diamond bands to baguette sapphire stacking rings, we’ve searched through the top jewelry designers to bring you a collection of rings that range in formality, style, and size. Now all you have left to do is say yes to the ring(s)! Mixed Metal Diamond Rings Hearts on Fire Stacking Wedding Rings, starting at $650, HeartsOnFire.com. See All of Our Wedding Rings and Bands
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In traditional wedding culture, first comes the engagement ring. That ring is then followed up with the addition of a wedding band that’s given on the wedding day. Fast forward to modern day and we’re seeing many brides rocking three, four, or even five wedding rings on their ring fingers. Stackable engagement rings and stackable wedding bands are trending across jewelry design inspiration boards. There are a few things to keep in mind when selecting stacking rings. First of all, three or more is a party! Mixing stones, textures, metals, and colors are all fair game when you’re designing your stackable ring sets, and it’s okay to cross jeweler lines and mix and match to get the set that’s just right for you. Some sets are designated and have been attached to form one ring that looks like a set, while others are individual bands you can mix up on any given day. Just because stackable rings are less traditional doesn’t mean they’re any less formal. From dainty pavé diamond bands to baguette sapphire stacking rings, we’ve searched through the top jewelry designers to bring you a collection of rings that range in formality, style, and size. Now all you have left to do is say yes to the ring(s)! Mixed Metal Diamond Rings Hearts on Fire Stacking Wedding Rings, starting at $650, HeartsOnFire.com. See All of Our Wedding Rings and Bands
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In traditional wedding culture, first comes the engagement ring. That ring is then followed up with the addition of a wedding band that’s given on the wedding day. Fast forward to modern day and we’re seeing many brides rocking three, four, or even five wedding rings on their ring fingers. Stackable engagement rings and stackable wedding bands are trending across jewelry design inspiration boards. There are a few things to keep in mind when selecting stacking rings. First of all, three or more is a party! Mixing stones, textures, metals, and colors are all fair game when you’re designing your stackable ring sets, and it’s okay to cross jeweler lines and mix and match to get the set that’s just right for you. Some sets are designated and have been attached to form one ring that looks like a set, while others are individual bands you can mix up on any given day. Just because stackable rings are less traditional doesn’t mean they’re any less formal. From dainty pavé diamond bands to baguette sapphire stacking rings, we’ve searched through the top jewelry designers to bring you a collection of rings that range in formality, style, and size. Now all you have left to do is say yes to the ring(s)! Mixed Metal Diamond Rings Hearts on Fire Stacking Wedding Rings, starting at $650, HeartsOnFire.com.
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A super sweet way to add stacked wedding rings to your collection over the years is with the birth of a child or a big anniversary. Or you can opt for stacked wedding rings from the get-go, and pair it with an engagement ring or not. If you’re on tight ring budget, stacked wedding rings are a great way to save money by not buying a larger center stone, too.
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View this image › Ellie Sunakawa / BuzzFeed Trendy stacked wedding sets are like sparkly jigsaw puzzles: Two or three thin bands fit together to create one, cohesive shape. Usually, one ring serves as the engagement ring while the others are varying wedding bands. You can also mix and match the rings over the years (maybe you just want to wear one for a little while?) to keep it feeling fresh. And just because you’re getting a little more bling doesn’t mean you’re spending more bucks. Here are some beautiful stacked wedding rings…
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In traditional wedding culture, first comes the engagement ring. That ring is then followed up with the addition of a wedding band that’s given on the wedding day. Fast forward to modern day and we’re seeing many brides rocking three, four, or even five wedding rings on their ring fingers. Stackable engagement rings and stackable wedding bands are trending across jewelry design inspiration boards. There are a few things to keep in mind when selecting stacking rings. First of all, three or more is a party! Mixing stones, textures, metals, and colors are all fair game when you’re designing your stackable ring sets, and it’s okay to cross jeweler lines and mix and match to get the set that’s just right for you. Some sets are designated and have been attached to form one ring that looks like a set, while others are individual bands you can mix up on any given day.
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There are so many ways you can wear stacked wedding rings: You can wear two, three, or more bands on your left-hand ring finger with your engagement ring on the right, or you can combine all of your rings for a powerful, layered look that definitely makes a statement. (You can also forego the engagement ring altogether).
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Stacked tall or stacked small, Stackable Expressions sterling silver stack rings express your own unique style and personality. With so many colors, styles and designs available, the Possibilities are Endless™.
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Trendy stacked wedding sets are like sparkly jigsaw puzzles: Two or three thin bands fit together to create one, cohesive shape. Usually, one ring serves as the engagement ring while the others are varying wedding bands. You can also mix and match the rings over the years (maybe you just want to wear one for a little while?) to keep it feeling fresh. And just because you’re getting a little more bling doesn’t mean you’re spending more bucks.
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A major wedding ring trend of 2015 isn’t about the engagement ring; it’s all about the bands! Women are stacking multiple wedding bands of all cuts, settings and metal colors to take this trend to the next level. However, it is not as easy as just putting a band on top of another one. Take a look at our method of completing the perfect stacked wedding set.

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