Post # 47
If my SO got me something that I wouldn’t like and I found out my best friend knew about it…I’d kill her. Yes, she may be so dazzled by it that she falls in love with it…or, she could very well be on this board in a few months nervously asking how to bring it up to her Fiance that she doesn’t like her ring.
I say send him a photo of an example of what she wanted or mention that she stated she wanted a solitaire. He may be somewhat offended by your bluntness, but hell, who cares. Tell him!!!
Post # 48
@Crystalchild23: so what happened after all?
Post # 49
@Baybeejulia: i am curious to know too!!!
Post # 50
I need an update!! What happened OP?
Post # 51
I’d figure out a way to nicely tell him that’s pretty much the opposite of what his future wife wanted and what his actual problem was for not listening to her.
Yupp. Sometimes men need blunt. If this were me I’d be upset if someone knew about my e-ring being the opposite of what I wanted and didn’t step up and level with my man.
Post # 52
@Crystalchild23: I would let him know. As a friend, I would want my friend to casually let him know that its something I may not like, and that ring reminds me of a flower..eek.
Post # 53
- Wedding: September 2014 - Banff, Alberta
@Crystalchild23: Maybe he is REALLY stupid and thought the flower thing was what six prong meant!
Post # 54
I want know what happened!
Post # 55
- Wedding: September 2012 - Cabin
Following to see what happened!
Post # 57
@Crystalchild23: What ended up happening?
Post # 58
Ahhh tough situation!! I really hope he has a lightbulb moment when reading your text!
Post # 60
- Wedding: September 2015 - North NJ
Following to hear the update!
Post # 61
I really hope that you haven’t interfered. It really isn’t your business. She may change her mind once she sees the ring and love it. You are not allowing ber to have that choice.
I’m a solitaire girl but if my Fiance had given me the ring you showed (and it’s a pretty ring) I would have loved it anyway. She might feel the same.