Post # 31
I actually got married with no ring at all, because it’s not really a thing where I live.
But being the jewelry lover that I am, some time after that I decided to spoil myself with a tinnie tiny emerald ring with little diamonds on the sides:
Green is my favourite colour! ☺️
Post # 33
wow that’s such an amazing ring!
Post # 34
Here is my ring. The center stone is a .5 carat. I would never replace or “upgrade” this diamond, my fiance specifically chose this diamond after looking under the microscope at the jewelers from the selection there and he designed the ring himself. It means a lot to me! I prefer smaller stones that aren’t too “much”
Post # 35
I love my ring and I think it’s perfect for me! My fiance did an amazing job and I so love it. I’ve gotten a few comments that have made me feel bad, but then I just remember that my opinion is the only one that matters and they’re probably just jealous. I don’t need a huge rock. Bigger rings do not equal more love. I love the slender and deliquate look of my ring!
Post # 37
This is my engagement ring it’s two toned it’s small and I also have small hands so it was perfect. It was all my fiance could afford at the time and to be honest even if he could have afforded more I wouldn’t have wanted anything more. Sometimes he asks me if he should upgrade my ring but I have no intentions of this it holds too many beautiful moments.
Post # 38
- Wedding: October 2021 - Kent, England, UK
Mine in .34, FH picked it all by himself, total surpise! I absolutely adore it 😍
Post # 39
E-Ring is 0.47 ct. I am originally from Germany, my husband from France. We had been living in LA for 6 years before moving to Malta this fall. I sometimes felt self-conscious about my small engagement ring in California but now that we are back to Europe, I feel it is even on the bigger side 😉
Post # 40
Glad to see “smaller” stones on here, and they’re all so beautiful! Here is a shot of my lab grown, bypass.5ct asscher ring: