(Closed) Ring Selection (FIRST POST :D)

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
199 posts
Blushing bee

exciting news! I am not engaged yet either and we recently decided on a ring. When I first heard of Moissy I was apprehensive but the more I saw photos and videos and researched it, the more I wanted one over a diamond. I didn’t know how my bf would react but when I talked to him about it, he said that was fine as long as that’s what I wanted. I think society tells us that we have to have a diamond or they dont love us as much but that is sooo not true. We too are planning on builindg a home and would much rather save money for a stone that looks just as good for a fraction of the cost.

I really love the second ring picture. I may be a little bias since the one we are getting is a sort oif twist one too though.

I would say either pick a few and let him decide between them or if it doesn’t matter to you two then just pick one.

I think if you’re going to get a moissy then you just need to be okay that it is not a diamond. If you would be embaressed for people to know, then it could be a bad choice. I think we are going to buy a loose amora and purchase the ring elsewhere and then once the Amora Gem comes out, I will change my Amora for it.    🙂

Post # 4
4352 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@kboots:  Have you tried any rings on? I feel like that would help you figure out what you like. Also, make sure you consider what kind of wedding band you will get, and if you plan on wearing it alone. Personally I would not want to wear the curve wedding band by itself, and I want the option of just wearing my wedding band alone for days where I’m feeling less fancy. The three options you showed are pretty different. I really like blue diamonds, but I am not a fan of halos. It is pretty unlikely you will ever encounter someone who has a set like that one. Is it important to you to have a very unique ring? Or does it have to just have a unique detail?

Post # 6
3360 posts
Sugar bee

my personnal favorite is the moissaniteco one 🙂 Have you tried any on ? That would help you figure out what you really like. I tried rings on and I was so surprised to see that my very favorite ones weren’t my favorites at all once on my hand. 

Post # 7
4803 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Narrowing it down can be a great idea – but if there is one certain ring you will be bummed if he does not pick, then make sure you tell him! And welcome to the hive, hope he doesn’t make you wait too long for your ring =)

Post # 8
4352 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Ok so back to the wedding band questions: Do you care if there is a gap? Will it bother you if the e-ring has diamonds and the band is plain? I know this seems like a lot of questions, but I don’t like the mismatched look, and I’m not a fan of gaps. Some girls like them though. If I were you, I would get a plain solitaire with a cool side profile, kind of like the one you already have. Or a solitaire with an intricate band. Here are some examples:







Post # 9
246 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I decided on moissanite as well, and i also narrowed it down to three and let my fiance decide! I think its a great idea, because you know you’ll end up with a ring you adore and even better, you’ll know it was his favortie too. And the surprise is always fun! :] Best of luck to you!

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