You’ve popped the question! Congrats! Take some time to revel in that rosy glow and celebrate the new direction your love is taking you. Then follow these simple next steps to get you that much closer to the altar.
Make sure your new fiancé LOVES the ring.
If it’s not quite right, be very clear that it’s ok to switch it out for a different setting. You took your time finding just the rightdiamond, but a precious, everyday piece of jewelry like an engagement ring can be a very personal choice. Luckily, we have many options to choose from and are happy to help you with the exchange. Spend time together online picking out just the right one or visit one of our Webrooms if there’s one close by.
Also, if it’s not quite the right size, we can help with that too.
Get the ring insured.
We can’t stress enough how important it is to get your ring insured immediately upon purchase, but if you didn’t, right after the proposal is a good time to make sure you do.
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3.Make your announcement.
4. Share the news with your nearest and dearest via telephone or in person. In this era of social media, don’t let those closest to you find out you’re engaged though a Facebook, Instagram or any social media post. Once the news it out, though, spread the word any way you like. We particularly love it when you tag us in your ring photos—it gives us all the good feels.
5. Set A Date
6. For most engaged couples, there’s no huge rush to get married, but many of you have specific and definite ideas about where you’d like it to happen and whom you want on your wedding dream team. If this is you, the earlier you set your date the better chance you have of reserving your first choice venue and snagging that in-demand florist or cake baker.
7. Choose your wedding rings.
This is where we come in. We’ve got hundreds of wedding rings to choose from and can help you determine whether you want a plain one or a diamond one; a non-traditional metal or one set with gemstones rather than diamonds. Spend some time with our Ring Matcher Tool to see the rings that complement or match your engagement ring style, or read all about the variety of metals our plain rings come in. As always, our team of Diamond and Jewelry Consultants are available 24/7 to help you make the right decision for your lifestyle.
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- Make sure your new fiancé LOVES the ring.
Consider this job posting:
"No degree or prior experience required; salary and hours non-negotiable; no paid benefits; lifelong tenure.”
Would you be surprised to learn than 85 million Americans now hold this position?
Their job title is Mom.
In some parts around the world, this Sunday is dedicated to the mothers out there. For Mother’s Day, we’ve rounded up sites on motherhood, parenting, and family.
Mothers give up a lot for their jobs: their waistlines, sleep, the backseat of their cars, years of peace and quiet. They’d even give their lives. Take the example of the mother who lay down in front of her unattended car rolling downhill with her twin-daughters strapped inside. Many moms hearing that story probably found such an extraordinary action completely understandable.
Fortunately, a mother’s mettle is rarely put to the test by runaway cars. A more frequent challenge for moms is watching their kids rolling toward financial trouble. Mothers too often become the human “speed bumps” in such cases, putting their own resources between their children and bad credit or joblessness.
Certainly one of the best ways to honor moms this Mothers’ Day is to recognize their willingness to make such financial sacrifices, but at the same time, doing what is necessary to prevent them. It means asking moms to do both more and less for their kids: more financial education and empowerment; less sacrifice of their own financial well-being.
Happy Mother’s Day to all of you moms out there. I hope you get breakfast in bed, and a wonderful dinner at your favorite restaurant, treated like a queen for the day for the entire day. I also want to wish my mom a Happy Mother’s Day… is now an angel in heaven. I know … she was to see me back in Tibet. She’s organizing a squadron of angels to watch over and protect me, and I’m thankful for that. And now she has a new recruit, my wife’s mom who passed away last year at the end of my trip to Everest. But for all of you moms, Happy Mother’s Day. I hope everyone treats you like a queen. I’m going to call my wife and three daughters.
Happy Mother’s day.
Confused about what your ring size is? Use our easy guide below in order to find out your exact ring size.
You can easily determine your ring size by using an existing ring that fits you perfectly.
- 1. Place your ring on a scale or a measuring tape and measure the inner diameter of this (The diameter will be an imaginary line passing through the center of the circle that your ring makes.)
- 2. So make sure that you measure your ring at the center where it is the widest.
- 3. Once you know the diameter of your ring in inches or millimeters, you can use this information to gauge your exact ring size using the chart below:
Even if you do not own a ring that fits you perfectly, you can easily find out your exact ring size with the help of a thin ribbon, thread or tape measure.
- 1. Wrap a piece of thread, or even a soft tape measure or thin ribbon on your finger at the exact location where you would wear your ring.
- 2. Mark the thread or ribbon where it meets its other end in order to become a complete circle.
- 3. Now open up the ribbon or thread, and lay it flat on a tape measure or ruler in order to measure its exact length.
- 4. This length is equivalent to the circumference of your finger, and knowing this figure in inches or millimeters will help you gauge your exact ring size using the chart below:
Though engagement rings tend to take up most of our attention, it is likely that we forget about the wedding band. To help solve your style problems we are sharing tips on how to style your special rings.