Post # 17
Sorry to hear of your loss, condolences to you and your family…
I wish there was a ‘like/love’ button on posts- your Dad’s story made me tear up- he must have loved your mum very much. What a beautiful heirloom of love for your family to pass on and cherish in years to come!
Whoever is telling you that your diamond is too small needs to shut the hell up. How rude! I hope these people are not important in your life, they don’t deserve to be 🙁
Your fiancé would have thought long and hard before he bought this ring for you, financially and aesthetically- Be proud, it’s beautiful!!!
Post # 18
I think that girls, especially in the US, are always told that they need a “big” center stone; however, I tend to disagree. I love delicate, dainty rings much more than large showy ones. Congrats on the engagement and your beautiful ring.
Post # 19
I think it is beautiful! The solitare setting and the size of the stone really is classy and elegent. Its not the size of the ring that makes a marraige, but the amount of love you and your husband to be have for each other is what counts. Screw all the negative comments.
Wear your beautiful ring with pride, because it means that you have a wonderful man in your life who loves and cherishes you, and plans to spend the rest of his life protecting and loving you.
Congratulations on your engagement!!! xxxx
Post # 20
I think it’s beautiful. I love smaller stones – they have such a delicate grace to them!
However, if for some reason you’re unhappy with the size, you can always reset it into a halo and get more finger coverage. Although I will always be on the side of telling everyone to mind their own business and loving what you have.
Post # 21
That story just made me let inside! So sweet!
OP-I think your ring is lovely! As long as you love it, that’s all that matters!
Post # 22
@AntoinetteE: people are so rude! Simple solitaires are timeless and gorgeous. All I see is bam! Diamond!
Post # 23
Your ring is lovely! It’s a symbol of your love so wear it proudly! One thing I love about solitaires is you can do so much with them. I have a smaller solitaire myself, but I dressed it up with a wrap because I love sparkly stuff.
Post # 24
@AntoinetteE: The size of the stone, no. But it does look like it needs to be sized up a bit.
Post # 25
I think it’s a beautiful size.
When I first started the course I’m in now, one of the first things I noticed about the girl I was sitting next to was her engagement ring. It was very small, but I thought it was really beautiful and looked so dainty on her fingers! Since then, I’ve been liking the idea of a smaller stone too.
So I think it looks really nice.
Post # 26
I was thinking the same thing
Post # 27
why would anyone tell someone their e-ring is small?? How rude! Any comments like that are because they are jealous. Anyway, I love your ring…solitaires are my favorite 🙂 enjoy it and congrats!!
Post # 28
@AntoinetteE: I think your band could slide down your finger further, if you Have the option to size it up. Your diamond is very pretty!
Post # 29
thank you for making me cry first thing on a sunday morning – lol. What an absolutely beautiful story, and if that doesnt show TRUE LOVE, then nothing does :’)
next time someone feels questionable about their ring being too small, I will repost this!!!!!!!
Post # 30
Yeah agreed. That’s what I thought the post was asking until I read underneath the picture. It looks quite snug, that can’t be comfortable!
Post # 31
That’s for no one to decide but you. If you think you’d like a bigger ring and you want to approach it with your Fiance, go for it.