Post # 1
Not one person since i’ve been engaged has asked me where my ring is from not sure really happy he didnt get me a tiffany or tacori like we had planned just for the “name” because not one person has asked me!!
Post # 3
No one has asked me where my ring came from but I don’t think that’s weird (that no one asked) because I myself wouldn’t ask anyone where their ring came from either.
Post # 4
I’ve been asked where the ring is from and, more often, how big the diamond is. And I think it’s kinda rude (unless coming from someone VERY) close. lol So maybe this is a good thing!
Post # 4
No one has asked me. But it’s such a simple style. If I looked at someone’s ring and it was distinctive and I thought I recognized it, I probably would ask, Is that a Tacori?
Post # 5
I’ve had several people ask me. I do think it’s a slightly odd question. I usually just say “online” or “oh, I’m not sure, DH bought it…”
Post # 6
One of my co-workers asked me. I thought it was kind of strange that she would ask, but I told her we had looked at quite a few rings over a few weeks, and then he surprised me, so I wasn’t sure.
Post # 7
No one has ever asked me where any of my jewelry is from except online. I don’t think it’s a question most people think to ask, they just think “Oh it’s pretty” and move on with their day.
Post # 8
My mom asked but that was it.
Post # 9
I just got my newest ring the other day and two people have already asked where I bought it.
Post # 10
People have asked me, but only as a joke. My Fiance and dad are jewelers so it’s a given that I got it from their store. I joke back and say Tiffany’s
Post # 11
Yea Im happy no one has asked mr just odd when some girls want a ring just for the name ?!
Post # 12
I have been asked a few times, but only because it is a very unusual design.
Post # 13
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
I’ve been asked a few time and am always happy to gush about our jeweler. But the question has always been in the context of a conversation with someone who is either really into jewelry in general or who is thinking of purchasing a piece of jewelry, so none of the occasions have struck me as odd or anything.
Post # 14
I think I’ve been asked twice maybe. And I think it was by friends who had recently gotten engaged or were thinking about getting engaged.
Post # 15
I have been asked a few times and just said it was “custom made” which is the truth. I don’t really understand why that detail is necessary unless they are going to go and get the exact same thing which is unlikely, but I humor them nonetheless.