Post # 1
I’m not sure if there are any other brides that have this situation but here it goes. I just received my e-ring today and I love it to pieces. When my fiance proposed he used a bread-tie and pormised to replace it as soon as possible ( it was so romantic and creative). A few months after that my computer broke down and seeing that it is my main means of handling a lot of business, he replaced it with a computer that is much better. Since he spent so much on the computer I didn’t want him to over-spend on the e-ring so we opted for <span class=”yshortcuts”>Emitations, they specialize in quality CZ jewelry. Now that I have the ring I wonder if anyone would think differently about it since it’s not a real diamond.
Post # 3
Do you think anything differently about it? Because your opinion is the only one that really matters.
Post # 4
Nope I don’t feel different at all, actually I feel great to know that I have a wonderful ring and money in the bank.
Post # 5
Then everything is perfect – an untrained eye will be unlikely to know that your ring is CZ, so it only matters if you are happy.
Post # 6
Good post. I used to feel hesitant about what other people would think of my ring size. My Fiance and I were on vacation in Vietnam, and our families thought we should have an engagement party… and of course it wouldn’t be right without a ring. So using what cash we had on hand, I purchased a ring. I used to say, "It’s small, but nice." But now I’m over the size thing and love it. As long as YOU are happy, really, that’s the most important.
Post # 7
As long as you love your ring, it really doesn’t matter what others think!
Post # 8
i wouldnt worry about it. It’s not the ring that tells you he loves you. my fiance proposed to me with a costume jewelery ring and we had it custom made at a later time when we could afford a real one. The only ones that knew it was fake were me and him and I didnt care that it was fake because it was the moment and the thought behind it that counted.
Post # 9
Agree! Love matters most. And being smart financially is a good thing these days!
Post # 10
Congrats on your engagement! As long as you love your ring, that’s all that matter! Love is the most important thing, not the ring. And I’m sure your ring is gorgeous. Anyone with negative things to say (hopefully there’s none!) isn’t worth your time.