Post # 1
Ok, I’m not going to be a dead horse with the “I don’t want a diamond for moral reasons” speech, I just don’t want one, my choice, the end. So noone has to respond with the “all precious stones are mined blah blah blah” speech. I don’t want a diamond, they are super gorgeous but also over priced. My birth stone is a sapphire and although the color would be Peach/Champagne, I still like the fact that it is indeed my birth stone. I also don’t want he BF to spend a gazillion dollars on a ring. I would rather save the money and put it toward our 24 month depth free goal. Super excited about that btw.
I love the softness and femininity of a Peach Sapphire and how amazing colors in the peach/coral family look against my skin. I also like the size bang for your buck and the “uniqueness” and how unforgetable the ring would be.
The Amora Moissy is so brilliant though and sparkles so wonderfully and is a classic!I also like the size bang for your buck on these too!
Sorry for the huge pics! Which one would you chose Bees?
Post # 4
That first picture makes my heart melt! The sapphire!!
Post # 5
@lina010: Wow… sapphire all the way! I have a gemstoe e-ring too, and I also toyed with the idea of a moissanite. One of the benefits of having a sapphire is that everyone has heard of “sapphire” so when inevitably people ask you “what is that stone?” you can answer simply and won’t have to explain what moissanite is.
Post # 7
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Ooh I loooove that sapphire! The color is so gorgeous.
Post # 8
Sapphire for sure! It is gorgeous
Post # 9
they are both beautiful. have you tried these on? sometimes that’s the best way to decide.
if you go with the moissy, you can always get a peach sapphire for a rhr later.
Post # 12
i have an amora mois. and i voted sapphire! i also have a white sapphire that is gorgeous. if those peachy pink colors are flattering to your skin tone then enjoy!!!! it is very unique and stunning!
Post # 13
I love the look of peach sapphires, especially in rose gold! If mine or my SOs birthstone was a sapphire that is the path I would have gone down.
Post # 14
I would get the moissanite. I considered peach sapphire as well as morganite for a while but eventually decided against it because I knew I would always regret not getting something that sparkled, I find the glassy sparkle of gemstones very unsatisfying.
Post # 16
- Wedding: July 2017 - Bristol zoo
I will always vote for something with colour over something without colour :3 but honestly that light pink and gold is a gorgeous combination <3