Marriage is one of the most wonderful things in the world. What can be better than two loving persons, going to join their lives? However, sometimes marriage seems to be an affair for the world to witness. In some cases, it is not about the celebration of love, but more about material things!
This specific bride was unique in that she chose the opposite path, and as a result, she was heavily chastised for her decision. An anonymous woman rushed to the internet to show off her minimalist ring, but she was publicly humiliated. The band appeared to be extremely thin, with a single fragile diamond placed in it.
The woman captioned the photo, saying she and her fiancé chose the ring together. She went on to say how much she enjoyed it. Many Internet users, on the other hand, disagreed. People poked barbs at her ring in some of the harsh comments. It was even compared to a key chain by some! Here are some of the responses.
“Why even bother having a diamond there.” “So take that keyring off your finger and show us the ring you ordered online.”You’ve got a smidge of tinfoil on your band.” “I guess neither of you wants anyone to know you’re engaged huh.”
“All I can think is a paper clip.”Other people decided to support the bride, saying that the size of the ring doesn’t matter in love. “I think it is delicate and beautiful. It doesn’t matter how big the gemstone is, or the amount of gold in the band. What matters is the love it represents.”
“Some people like dainty jewelry. And who cares how the size. You can have a huge rock and a husband who cheats on you daily, and you can have a small one and a husband who treasures everything about you.”
The ring is called a Minimalist wedding band and is sold in Esty by seller JSV Concepts. You can choose yellow gold, rose gold or white gold colors with between one to six diamonds.
The size of the ring is not the most important thing when we are talking about love. No matter what, this couple will be happy even if their ring isn’t approved on social media. Love and marriage are not about wedding accessories! Do you agree? Do you have anything to add