In an era when proposals on the big screens in Times Square are commonplace, you’ll need to step up (or simplify) how you pop the question.
When you’ve asked yourself the important questions (“Are you ready to forever give up the possibility of being with someone else?” and “Are you sure she or he is the one?”) and answered, “yes” without hesitation, then, and only then, that you are ready to pop the question. Life as you knew it is over, and a new one begins.
If you find yourself in this place, you must now decide on a proper way to ask for her or his in marriage. You can take this challenge in many different directions, including large and grandiose similar to the Times Square proposal mentioned above; via an intricately planned series of gauntlets; accompanied by new bulldog puppy; simply on bended knee in front of the Christmas tree; or spectacularly on New Year’s Eve as the old year gives way to the new.
However your method, you’ll be relying on the brilliance of an amazing diamond ring to ensure an affirmative answer (in addition to your love of each other, of course). So first, you’ll need to buy the right diamond. Then you’ll need a setting. Perhaps a six-prong platinum solitaire with a classic round diamond or a white gold halo with a princess-cut diamond—just a few of the many options from which to choose.
Which brings us to that very decision: what ring to get—which might make picking a way to propose seem like a breeze. We’re here to help as best we can. Below you’ll find images and links to 360-degree videos of recently purchased rings so you can get a sense of what other people are choosing and how much they cost.
Our stellar team of non-commissioned Diamond and Jewelry Consultants are busy as well, fielding calls from customers with myriad questions about diamonds and rings. If you have a question you should feel free to call them, too—they can help you with everything related to the ring—except the proposal part, of course. That’s all on you.