Post # 17
I saw one at Tiffany and co and it was sooo expensive that the sales assistant was not allowed to take it out for me to even look at it. It was about 1.5 carat – cant remember how much it was exactly (maybe 800++ grand?) Just did a quick google search and found this: http://www.tiffany.com/Shopping/Item.aspx?sku=27979777
Post # 18
Get a pink moissy and then see if you like it…wear it for a bit and see if you get sick of it then at least you wont be out that huge amount of money and you will still have a pretty RHR forever
Post # 19
I don’t have a pink diamond, but I have a morganite, which is a soft pink. It works for me because I have a very feminine, romantic style, so it fits. But if you have any doubts then just play it safe and don’t do it. You can always get a pink RHR later. (I’m actually doing the opposite.)
Post # 20
My only problem with pink moissy is that you don’t seem to be able to get the nice peachy pink, only the rose pink which I personally dislike.
Post # 21
the small little diamonds I’ve seen around halo’s are pretty. you could use a classic white and the small stones are $3500/ct, so figure most halo’s in pink diamonds would be $1000-$1500, a center stone $2000, and the gold $800. Much less to use pink as an accessory, so if you get tired of it you can reset your white stone in a solitaire.
Post # 22
- Wedding: July 2013 - Rock Hill Country Club, Manorville NY
I think the Lauren pink diamonds are breathtaking and I’m not really a pink girl. However, my “dream ring” is an Eidelprecious Peachy sapphire, which are very budget friendly and from what I understand, sparkly too. I feel the color of it is classy, neutral but timeless.
Post # 23
morganite is a good bet then cause they do come in some peachy pink and different hues of pink
Post # 24
Or peach sapphire, as was recommended above. I like the softer pinky/peach color too, especially because for me it is close to my skin color, so it seems more neutral than the brighter, rosier pink.
Post # 25
You could get something with pink sidestones if you think you may outgrow a pink centerstone
Or a wedding band that has alternating pink stones
Post # 26
I actually love them. Like a light pink diamond or morganite. I would totally do it if I could.
Post # 27
I love them too, I have a yellow fancy diamond e-ring which I love, but I would love to get Pink diamonds in my wedding band (they would have to be specks tho lol), they are truely beautiful stones.
Post # 28
You could always get a cultured pink diamond, much better price point.
DNEA carries some once in a while or you could order the colour you like and wait until they make one.
There is also Takara cultured diamonds:
If you love the colour now, you could put the pink stone into a pendant if you ever get bored with it 🙂
Post # 29
Oh my god, that is gorgeous!
Post # 31
I would have LOVED one, but unfortunately it was no where close to our budget. I was willing to consider a canary diamond, but worried yellow wouldn’t match my outfits. LOL. But I’m always in pink or colors that go well with pink, so pink would have been perfect 😀