(Closed) Does anyone else’s fiance feel this way?

posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
6597 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

My Darling Husband feels the same way!

He told me when we started dating that he will only ever buy me one ring.

I made fun of him constantly when we were buying my wedding ring 😉

If you really want it I would just buy it for for yourself!

Post # 4
2759 posts
Sugar bee

No, my Fiance thinks jewelry is a very nice thing to gift and thinks the idea of anniversary and right hand rings is pretty cool.

Post # 7
2494 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

My SO is the same way. I think men hear “ring” and for some reason can only think of marriage. My SO has bought me necklaces, anklets, bracelets, earrings… but there can only be one type of ring. Go figure. I say treat yourself to it as a birthday gift!

Post # 9
1542 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@mrs_moden_to_be: His comments were a bit harsh but I kind of understand where he’s comming from. He might feel giving you a ring is symbolic and wants to do it just for engagement, wedding, etc.

It might not make sense but I feel I understand cause I felt the same way about Fiance giving me any kind of ring prior to the actual engagement (not that he did, but the idea of him doing it).

Post # 10
1434 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

@mrs_moden_to_be:  you know what? I NEVER thought of it until just now when I saw your post, but, of alll the jewelery my Darling Husband has ever gotten me: he never got me a ring (other than my ering & band). It’s always a braclet or necklace, earrings.I think men associate rings with marriage, like a PP said. They just don’t get why we’d wear rings unless it’s our wedding ring?

This is funny…my husband will see a girl that is wearing a fashion ring on..her middle finger of her right hand…and he’ll think she’s married! He doesnt get that we wear it on our left,ring fingers ONLY. He thinks it’s a matter of preference. This comes from a guy that only wears his wedding band and a watch (not a jewelry guy)

Post # 11
3776 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2004

Luckily my husband doesn’t feel that way, because with my love for jewelry that would make for some very angry moments.  He just wants me to have what I want.

Post # 12
221 posts
Helper bee

Oh boy lol. Guys can be weird about jewelry, especially rings that aren’t E rings… I’ve been with Fiance for more than 3 years, and he has never bought me a piece of jewelry. Not one piece!! I asked him about before, because I would love a nice pair of diamond earring or a tennis bracelet (or even something cheap from like claires!), but he told me he would only ever buy an engagement ring… I do hope that now the E ring is out of the way, there is room in his mind for earrings or a bracelet lol. Good luck!

Post # 13
11167 posts
Sugar Beekeeper

For Christmas I asked for a sapphire and diamond RHR and I think he got one of my top picks (here’s hoping!). However, when I asked for it he did seem a bit surprised that I wanted another ring when I already had my e-ring.

Boys don’t understand the idea of fashion, they only see necessity. You needed one ring to indicate you are engaged and you have it…what more do you want? 🙂

Post # 14
927 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

the only ring besides my e ring and eventual band Fiance has said he would be ok with me wearing on a regualr basis as a right hand or possible stunt ring is one i am planning to get custome made from a rock that he gave me when we first started seriosuly dating (he knew my affinity for disney movies and the pebble and the penguin)

 i tihnk Fiance is ok with this because my wedding set is a family heirloom from my family so it would be sometihng directly from him that i would be wearing

Post # 15
2731 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@mrs_moden_to_be: I can’t say my Fiance feels this way. I’ve told him about right hand/cocktail rings I’d like to have and he has never said he wouldn’t buy them for me if I asked. I can kind of see how your Fiance might think that way, but that doesn’t mean it’s very nice! I think guys just don’t understand the sparkle addiction that us women have 😉

Btw, that ring sounds gorgeous. Do you have a link to share??

Post # 16
3220 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

I could see him thinking you don’t need a ring if you aren’t engaged– because he wanted to buy you an engagement ring first– but now that he’s made it clear you’re getting married I don’t see why some more jewelry would mean anything more!

I say get it for yourself if you love it!

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