Whether a medical reason excludes you from wearing a ring, your profession keeps you from regularly wearing a ring or you simply dislike the look or feel of rings, you can find alternative engagement rings that fit your taste and lifestyle. So here are a few wedding ring alternatives to traditional rings.
You have been waiting for the day since the moment you realised you had found your soulmate. The day that you would be asked that all-important question. Where someone might get down on bended knee, and surprise you with some elaborate affair, roses, and fireworks, however, it is done, and they finally ask you to marry them and place a ring on your left hand. But what now?
There is a lot of pressure placed on the engagement these days that it needs to be some big grand gesture and over the top when the truth is, you just need it to be a moment about the two of you making a commitment to one another. So here are some of the things to think about to help you pop the question.
An engagement ring is by far one of the most special and personal things a lady will ever receive. After all, it is something she is going to wear for the rest of her life. Knowing which ring will be perfect for your bride-to-be is so important that both her lifestyle and her personality should be at the top of your list of considerations. So, which ring will suit her personality best?
You’re thinking of proposing to him, you’re ready to take the plunge. Keep reading for some useful tips.
29th of February is traditionally the day when women can propose to men… but who’s to say this special occasion has to be confined to one date and one date alone? We believe there are no rules that dictate who can get engaged to who and when. In fact, more and more women are choosing to propose, so if you’re considering it, why not go for it?
Making sure that your Valentines Day proposal is a good one for you both can mean a lot about how successful it is as well as how well your life together, as well as marriage, will be able to go in the future.