Post # 1
Hi! I am FINALLY engaged! Ahh! This is my first post at the bee, and am so excited!! so long story short my fiancé and I decided on a CZ ring because we found one that I am absolutely obsessed with and drooling over, it’s eveything I’ve ever wanted and is peeeerrrrfect and we could afford it.
We decided not to tell everyone it isn’t a Diamond because people are judgy, but the site we got it from offers a matching necklace and earring set that is almost exact just slightly different, I love my ring so much I want the matching set but I’m afraid that would be tacky and not really something people do with diamonds? Help a girl out I’m lost as to what to do
Post # 2
I wouldn’t. My e-ring came from a fashion line that also had a necklace, bracelet and earrings the same, but I don’t want any of them, i feel like having anything else exactly like my e-ring woukd be like taking its thunder or making it less special somehow.
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2017 - Pearson Convention Centre
If you love the set wear it. All of my jewelry is white gold or silver I will mix pieces up. If you love it wear it who cares if it’s tacky
Post # 4
It’s hard to know what you’re referring to without seeing it or hearing a description. A solitaire ering with a short, pendant necklace and diamond stud earrings is very different from a diamond ascher with black diamond halo and a necklace and earrings with the exact same halo as the ring (I offered that one as an example because I just happened to see a qvc offer like that). Maybe you can get the set but mix them up so you wear one additional piece with your ering (maybe the earrings OR the necklace rather than both at the same time). I think that would be a more interesting and stylish approach- no matter what your ring is made of.
Post # 5
It would be easier if you posted photo…
Post # 6
THE ANN REID RULE- NEVER DISCUSS ANYTHING ABOUT YOUR RING WITH ANYONE BUTYOUR Fiance EXCEPT HOW MUCH YOU LOVE IT!
Anyone cheesy and rude enough to ask ANYTHING about your ring, especially cost, geological makeup, history, etc., is not entitled to anything except a gushy “All I can say is I LOVE IT”.
Maybe get another piece from the set as a wedding present?
I have several beautiful wedding and engagement rings set in 14k gold and I get lots of compliments on them !
Post # 7
Nope don’t match your jewelry to your set. I got my ring in platinum. My necklace is in sterling silver, my bracelet is sterling silver and my band is in a rose gold color. And I don’t care if I’m mixing up colors or metals
Post # 8
I was going to say yes get it until I read your post and decided I need more information before I can make an informed decision.
My ering is rose gold and it’s exactly what I wanted but I didn’t have any good rose gold jewelry so I decided that my wedding jewelry will be a rose gold necklace and earrings that I will wear again after the wedding. It’s not a “matching set” but I will have matching metal. I think, depending on the set they are offering, it may come off as too matchy. I also think CZ studs and the ring would be good but maybe the necklace is overkill.
Post # 9
Idk girl. I wouldn’t.. not just yet anyways. May make it look like you got one of those common fashion sets that come with a ring earrings necklace and so on. Why don’t you just let your ering have the spotlight for now
Post # 10
I personally wouldn’t (mostly because I barely wear jewelry) but I also think it might make my ring feel less special, haha! But I say if that’s what you want to do, go for it! I wouldn’t judge anyone I saw who had other jewelry matching their ring, honestly I wouldn’t even notice most likely.