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The Perfect Proposal: Tips on How to Buy an Engagement Ring

Jaycee De Leon

Planning for your engagement proposal can be nerve-wracking. There are just so many things to consider and think about, the biggest among all would be the engagement ring. Ideally, you should be able to find a ring that would not only look good on your beloved’s fingers, but also one that would best suit her personal style and preference. 

Understandably, most guys commonly are at a loss when it comes to this task. If you want to know how to buy an engagement ring with as little stress as possible on your part, check out these following details that you should prepare yourself for. 

Choose Ring

Traditionally, women expect to receive a proposal for marriage with a diamond ring. Be keen with your observation as to what kind of engagement ring your soon-to-be-fiancée would prefer to have. Some ladies now prefer to have alternative gems and stones, so you might want to check with their best friend or other close family member to be sure. 

Cut, Shape, Size

Assuming that you will be getting a diamond ring, these three elements will be crucial in choosing which kind of ring you’ll be getting. There are a bevy of choices when it comes to shape, for example, ranging from round diamonds, princess cuts, pear-shaped, and others. Apart from the shape, do also note that the bigger the cut of the diamond is, the higher the price will be. 

As for the size, you wouldn’t want to go wrong on this one. You want your proposal to go perfectly, and fitting the wrong-sized ring onto your loved one’s ring finger can definitely ruin the special moment. 

It will be tricky trying to figure out what her ring size is, so unless you have had experience ring shopping with or for her, you may need to be creative with your tactics. You can get help from her family or friends, maybe get them to borrow a ring that she regularly wears so you can get the size and fit. 

Pre-made or Customized

The other thing you might want to think about is if you’d want to buy pre-made designs or something a bit more bespoke. Mass-produced goods, of course, make it easier for you to purchase the ring because it’s readily available. However, having a customized ring design—especially if you incorporate your own ideas into it—is sure to make it all the more special. 

There are bespoke jewelry designers, such as Burt and Gurt Jewellery Ltd that do not only customize engagement rings, but even wedding rings in London. It’s a good option to consider, too, so make some room for it when planning for the perfect proposal.

Sources:
Glossary of Engagement Ring Cuts. Martha Stewart Weddings.
How to Choose a Diamond – Engagement Ring Guide. Brilliant Earth.