Are you about to ask your significant other to marry you? If so, you must be very excited. Maybe you are even a bit nervous.
No matter the scenario, have you decided to purchase the engagement ring so that you can give it to her when you propose? Maybe you are looking for ideas on what kind of engagement ring to select. From taking your sweetheart window shopping to actually shopping at an engagement ring store, here are some ideas that might help you.
Take Your Sweetheart Window Shopping First
You're pretty confident that your girlfriend is going to accept your marriage proposal. If that's the case, maybe you should invite her to go window shopping at one of your town's malls. While there, just ask her to show you rings she loves. She probably knows you well enough to have a general idea of what's in your bank account,
Obviously, the amount of money you can spend will help her to know which rings to point out. Maybe she knows that you have been saving up for a long time and will be able to buy her a ring with a large and perfect diamond as part of the design. If she realizes that you aren't rolling in money, she might surprise you by selecting something like a pearl engagement ring. Or, maybe she would love to have a small diamond that is in an elaborate setting that makes the diamond appear to be larger.
Head To An Engagement Ring Store
When you have a pretty good idea of the kind of ring your sweetheart will love, go to an engagement ring store. The salesperson who will help you will have the training and the experience to know how to advise you on your choice of rings.
In fact, you might decide to custom order the engagement ring. For example, maybe you know that your fiancée would like a diamond that is in a simple, flat setting. If she wears rubber gloves at work, a standing diamond would probably be distracting. A flat design would eliminate that issue.
While you shop for the engagement ring, consider buying her wedding ring at the same time. Choose a set, or select something that complements the engagement ring while not actually being part of a set. For example, if you selected a very ornate setting for the engagement ring, a band would probably be a good choice for the wedding ring.Share
28 October 2019
A few days ago, my mother-in-law’s dad passed away. This sweet man lived a long, full life. He was ninety-one-years-old when he died. At his funeral, my mother-in-law told me she liked the ruby, cross pendant I was wearing. Because I wanted to cheer this sweet woman up, I immediately came up with a plan. I decided to buy her a pendant like mine. Because this pendant was also available in sapphire, I decided to purchase this stone for my mother-in-law. Sapphire is her birthstone. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best types of jewelry items to buy for a mother-in-law. Enjoy!