Post # 1
- Wedding: January 2014 - Monte Carlo inn
Okay so I got engaged several months ago and just got married this weekend! 🙂 and yesterday at work one of the girls made a comment saying “wow. Your ring is too much!” She had this look of disapproval or disgust on her face. I think she meant it was too much bling ( it can’t be about the price because she doesn’t know how much it costs). Do you ladies think it’s too much? 🙁
Post # 3
@Mrs_BunInTheOven: screw her and her opinion. It’s gorgeous, it’s your ring. It’s what Fiance chose for you. Some people don’t like diamonds at all, some like small stones, some like big stones ala celebrity style.
I love it! Do you love it?
Post # 4
@Mrs_BunInTheOven: lol no it’s beautiful. Women who make comments like that are clearly insecure, jealous, or they have zero filtering abilities. Either way, brush it off. If you love it, who cares what she thinks?
Post # 5
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
It’s beautiful. I love me some halo… on other people. But if I were to put it on my hand, then it would be “too much.” I’m a simple and clean kind of girl. Everyone has different tastes. Try not to let that person’s startled reaction (clearly she needs a better filter) ruin your enjoyment of your ring.
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - Wynn Las Vegas
Um it is totally gorgeous! She is obviously sick with jealousy!
Post # 7
@Mrs_BunInTheOven: Wow, how rude of her. I think it’s gorgeous and not too blingy, it’s perfect. Your opinion is the only one that matters.
Post # 8
“Too much” is relative and I personally don’t think your ring is. I do think that her lack of tact is a bit “too much” though.
Post # 9
First off, congratulations on your recent marriage! Second, your ring is stunning an perfect! Don’t let what she says bother you, obviously it’s her own insecurities showing their ugly face. Right now just enjoy the blissful moment of being a newlywed!
Post # 10
It was probably just not her style, no biggie… she could be more tactful about it though.
I think your ring is beautiful, although it wouldn’t my fingers or my lifestyle. it would be “too much” for me, but I have a very understated set that would be “not enough” for most especially since we could afford much more bling but chose to travel and pay off our mortgage instead.
You love it, it’s beautiful, be proud of it! You’re the one wearing it, not her!
Post # 11
@Mrs_BunInTheOven: too much… Beauty! Lol. People are so rude. I’d be like ” no need to be jealous honey, I’m sure you will get a nice ring someday”
Post # 12
It’s lovely and looks beautiful on your hand. And I’m not just saying that to make you feel better.
She was being very rude, especially since it doesn’t sound like you directly asked her for her opinion. Obviously she has never heard of the adage, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it at all.” Do I smell jealousy?
Post # 13
i don’t think it’s too much at all. i love it!!
besides, the only person who has to love it, is you.
Post # 14
@Mrs_BunInTheOven: What?? That ring is the PERFECT size for your finger. Honestly some people just make weird faces that I don’t think even they know that they’re making. Maybe it was tinged with jealousy? Or it reminded her of something personal in her own life? I was looking at some rings earlier and I saw a 42 carat gem! Now THAT’s too much. lol. Your ring is lovely and elegant. 🙂
Post # 15
“Too much” is relative and a matter of taste. It would be a lot of bling for me, personally, since I favor understated and simple settings, but obviously it’s perfect for you and that is all that counts. That woman was way out of line.
Post # 16
@Mrs_BunInTheOven: Honestly, it is all relative. Like, your ring is stunning. Absolutely gorgeous; I would never deny that. On the other hand, do I say that while knowing that no matter how much money my SO could afford to splurge on a ring, I would never in a million years wear your ring? Yes.
It is a gorgeous ring, but it isn’t for me nor is it my taste. Like your co-worker, I feel like that ring is too much… For me. I would feel uncomfortable wearing something so showy because I’m not a showy person. So her telling you it is too much shouldn’t bother you because I’m sure she is speaking from the perspective of whether she would or would not wear your ring. I will say, though, that the snarky b—- has no place being so blunt, rude, and just straight up obnoxious. Absolutely no tact or filter. Maybe even a small twinge of jealousy. Who knows. The point is, “too much” is a relative term. What may be too much for her, is obviously not too much for you since I’m sure you love your ring. As long as you adore it, that is all that matters. Just smile and say “well, it is a good thing that you’re not the one that has to wear it then if that is your opinion,” and leave it at that.