First let it be known: The fiancé bought her a very expensive engagement ring and wedding ring.
If a girl can afford to buy an expensive wedding band out of pocket or if she saved, but she chooses to buy him a really cheap bottom end one, is the fiancé wrong to feel hurt.
-She can easily afford a moderately expensive wedding band and can afford an expensive one if she saved, but she chose to buy him a really cheap bottom end one. Is the fiancé (male) wrong to feel hurt
- YesVote A
- NoVote B
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I chose yes, but I think it depends on why she chose the cheap one.
If she just didn't want to spend the money to buy him something nice, then I think it's fair to be upset.
If she chose the ring because she genuinely thought he'd really like it and it just so happened to be inexpensive, then I don't think he should feel hurt. For example, titanium rings tend to be pretty popular among men, and they are pretty inexpensive. On the other hand, the most expensive men's wedding bans are probably those that have diamonds in them, but not all men want a wedding band with diamonds in it.
Price isn't necessarily the main factor to consider when choosing a wedding ring (what I mean that you shouldn't necessarily buy the most expensive ring you can afford---you should buy what you think your partner would like, provided it's in your price range).1
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