Not what I meant. Blessed to be able to afford that. But honestly in my opinion it does matter to an extent. It was important to me to marry someone who was financially stable. So for that reason I'm blessed. Cause if I had a 100 buck ring I damn sure wouldn't be a stay at home mom.
It sounds completely materialistic in my opinion. First of all, why should you know what your ring costs?? And say the guy found the 600 dollar ring more fitting to his future wife’s personality than the one that’s over a grand. What does it matter to you? A ring is a personal choice. Their ring isn’t for you so why in the hell should it matter how much it costs.
My ring was given to Colton from his mom as something to pass down. As a symbol. Does that make it any less because he didn’t pay for it? Absolutely not. I’m a stay at home mom and Colton could have definitely bought any ring of his choosing but went the more traditional way, and that’s fine. Because I didn’t marry him from his money. The worth of our marriage doesn’t rely on the cost of my ring. In my opinion.