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6. Other people will assume the ring is made of diamond, since they won't be able to tell the difference. I'm not one to pass something off as another, but the reality is that people are so brainwashed about diamonds that everyone who sees your fiancée's ring will assume it is made out of diamond. (Most of the time, it's not worth explaining to them it's not.) In the 6 months my fiancée has had her ring, 100% of the people who have seen it think it's diamond. If you're worried about a "loss in prestige" if someone notices, rest assured that other people will never know unless you tell them. (Note: do not try to buy your fiancée a moissanite ring and pass it off as a diamond . Honesty is key - talk to her about it first.)
The fact is that romantic love has long been the primary means by which nature, shaped by culture, has induced to become parents most of the people in our civilization who have been parents. They have not, like Clement’s followers, or like some monarch thinking about alliances and succession, made a solemn, cool, ratiocinative decision to form a reproductive partnership. The further fact, our full awareness of which is relatively recent, is that, in some people, nature has largely or exclusively restricted the type of fulfillment provided by romantic love to relationships with members of the same sex. No one should pressure them to seek that fulfillment. Some might find celibacy or a Clementine marriage more appealing. But to legalistically forbid them the very possibility of romantic fulfillment even as the masses of Christendom enjoy it and take it for granted cannot but seem an unlovely pharisaism, however ancient or canonical its provenance.