Did You Ring Her

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Commitment.  As you prepare to buy her that ring you should know that it’s not just a ring but an outward expression of your feelings for her. It is a symbol of your love; its strength, priceless and timeless nature. Some of the most common rings known for its timeless elegance are the classic solitaire in a simple setting. But it’s not the only one, as there are many other styles that have unique characteristics that set it apart.  One of such characteristics is the diamond shape, setting, gemstone, choice of metal, diamond cut, diamond size, diamond color. Some couples consider each of these characteristics carefully to get their choice of the perfect ring, while other focus on one or two things that may be more important to them.
No single ring is suitable for every person so before you choose that ring, be sure to consider your budget, jewelry preference and the overall appeal of the different available.  The one thing you should have in mind is that whether flashy & bling or simple but classy, your rings should compliment your love, style and accessories. Your ring must in other words tell the story of your love for her as unending. And believe me; you don’t want to give her just any ring.
Whatever the final choice is, the most important thing is to choose an engagement ring that represents you in totality. And as the Italians would say “fidanzamento felice”!


Kingsley,  17 March 2011 at 02:55  

Hello Molly,I intend to get rings for my wedding. Anyone you can recommend???? Thanks

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