Post # 61
Firstly, GORGEOUS! If you LOVE it, DO IT!
Secondly, did they have anything smaller for you to try? Trying the rings on really helped me find exactly what I wanted. One just looked PERFECT. I got a smaller diamond with one halo but I had been looking at double halos and 2ct stones. My Fiance thought the bigger the rock the better but after trying them on, I didn’t feel that way. In the end I think getting a tiny diamond wedding band to go with my e-ring will be the best compliment.
Post # 62
Maybe take a look at a solitaire in that size. I bet you have no question about it being too big at that point. Halos are the trend-maybe you would like the big stone all on its own? Doesn’t need the halo if it’s already 2ct. Plus, instead of investing in small halo stones, you can put that money (or save it) into a better solitaire or wedding band.
Please don’t be offended, ladies, by me calling the halo a trend. I think it’s a beautiful effect. In a couple decades, you’ll be able to identify who else got engaged in the 2000-2020 time frame, just like with the previous trends in marquise and yellow gold. I predict rose gold picking up steam in the near future, too!
OP, do you (did you ever) think it’s too big? 😉 😉 First world problems!!! 🙂 Congrats again!
Post # 64
As my mama says, A diamond is NEVER too big!