Most people would probably agree that finding someone that is truly right for you is the most important part of getting married. Considering the fact that you will spend the rest of your life with them, it can go a long way in adding to your happiness.
There are also those who consider many of the materialistic parts of getting married, such as the wedding venue, the cake, the honeymoon, and the engagement ring. In fact, the engagement ring is given a lot of emphasis because it is constantly on display and sometimes, it is something that is criticized.
One woman decided that she would share her minimalistic ring online in the form of a picture. She may or may not have been surprised when she was severely abused for doing so.
The picture of the ring was shared online by an anonymous woman with the caption: “My bf and I ordered my ring online and I am in LOVE with it!”
If you are somebody that thinks that the ring is more about symbolism than show, you will probably love the simplicity of this ring. It’s simple, sweet and it shows the woman is more about the partner than what he has to offer in the way of jewelry.
It is unfortunate that not everybody else agreed with those sentiments:
“Why even bother having a diamond there,” one person commented.
“So take that keyring off your finger and show us the ring you ordered online,” said another.
A third wrote: “It’s so pitiful, I just can’t. It’s too sad.”
The comments went downhill from there:
“I have assembled my colleagues of world class physicists and astronomers, we are building new instrumentation so we can see your f ring.”
“You’ve got a smidge of tinfoil on your band.”
“I guess neither of you want anyone to know you’re engaged huh.”
Haters are going to hate and they are usually more vulnerable than others when it comes to posting opinions online. It seems as if this bride-to-be probably didn’t care what they had to say because she even admitted she was involved in ordering the ring. She was happy with the decision and should be happy that she has something so adorable.
When you really get down to it, why does the ring have to matter? Unlike the people who were commenting, this bride-to-be should be happy with what she has, which is apparently a relationship with somebody who shares the same thoughts on this important subject.