Engagement Rings: Who Really Needs Them?

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Engagement Rings: Who Really Needs Them?

An engagement ring is a symbol of commitment, which means it's not just a piece of jewelry that you get to put on your finger. It represents what you've been working toward for years: being married. But if this is all you want from an engagement ring, then why are there so many traditions surrounding them? We'll look at the history behind these traditions and how they can affect your decision about whether or not to purchase one (or two).

Traditional couples don't need engagement rings - the diamond industry invented that tradition.

In the early 1900s, the diamond industry was just starting to take off. People were getting rich from it, and they were looking for ways to make money with their newfound wealth. They figured that if people would buy diamonds as gifts for themselves, then maybe they could sell them some more! So what better way than giving a diamond wedding ring? It’s not hard for anyone who has been in love with someone long enough (or even short) to notice that this is just another way of saying “I love you.”

The tradition of giving engagement rings grew out of this desire for profit—and it wouldn't have happened without men like Harry Winston selling them at prices so high that no one could afford them unless they had more money than God himself had given us all at birth (or something like that).

The money you spend on an engagement ring could be used to pay down your debt, start a savings account, or make a down payment on a house.

Are you really sure that the money you spend on an engagement ring is better spent than paying down your debt?

The answer is: probably not. In fact, there are plenty of ways to put that money toward other goals—like starting a savings account or making a down payment on a house.

You don't need to break the bank on an engagement ring.

You don't need to break the bank on a solitaire engagement ring. You can find a beautiful ring for a reasonable price and with the right amount of care, it will last a lifetime.

You don’t need to spend a lot of money to get a good quality ring. There are many ways you can save money on an engagement ring:

  • Go shopping with friends or family members instead of going alone

  • Look for sales at local jewelry stores and online retailers (eBay)

  • Use coupons when purchasing jewelry

You can buy an engagement ring online with just about any budget and still get great quality for your dollar.

To buy an engagement ring online, you'll want to start by doing some research. You should first determine what style of ring you prefer and then find out how much it costs in your area. After that, consider how much money you have available for the purchase and which features are most important to you.

If possible, try purchasing engagement rings for girls or boys with a diamond that matches your personality—one that's simple but elegant at the same time. If this isn't possible yet financially speaking, consider buying an alternative like platinum or white gold instead!

Once everything has been decided upon (or not), go ahead and order today!

You can find an engagement ring suited to you and your partner if both of you are willing to make compromises and be creative about your design.

You can find an engagement ring suited to you and your partner if both of you are willing to make compromises and be creative about your design.

If you want a classic diamond, but don't want to pay for it, there are many ways to get the look without spending too much:

  • You can buy an antique engagement ring or antique-inspired design from a reputable jeweler who specializes in custom work (such as Jared Nickelson). This will allow you to select from among thousands of diamonds available today that have been passed down through generations, giving them authenticity without having them come at too steep of a price tag.

  • You could also choose another type of stone altogether—like sapphire instead—and then set it into another piece crafted with great care by hand at an artisanal shop like Kay Jewelers or Tiffany & Co., which would allow me to access its unique qualities while still maintaining my budget constraints intact!


We've covered a lot of ground here. We've talked about how engagement rings aren't necessary, what they can do for your relationship and finances, and how you can get engaged without spending a fortune. If you're interested in learning more about this topic, we recommend reading some of our other articles on the subject:

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