You've picked your someone special and the engagement ring. You've also decided that you're going to pop the question on the most romantic day of the year - Valentine's Day. The only thing left to do is plan the actual proposal.
If you plan to propose this holiday season, as an early engagement gift to you, we've looked into the costs of some of the most elaborate proposals out there--as well as the best post-proposal financial practices.
You've found the perfect woman -- check. You're ready to get engaged -- check. Now, there's just one important question to be answered. Not "Will you marry me?," but more importantly, "How do I find the right ring?"
Take it from us, two girls with Midwestern roots, big city dreams and a passion for marriage proposals: there is no better place to fall in love, be in love and ask the one you love to be together forever than in New York City.
When it comes to wedding planning, men sadly, but truthfully, have absolutely no say. None. The one shot they've got, however, is in the marriage proposal. Therefore, get creative, get thoughtful, and pull out all the stops, men.
Ladies, if anyone knows what it's like to be ready to get engaged and not have a ring on your finger yet, it's me. Even though I was super-young when I was set for Paul to pop the question -- at the ripe old age of 21 -- we had been dating for eight years at that point.
With the Olympic Games set to start at the end of this month, there is an air of excitement building around the world. As a Proposal Planner, it got me thinking that participating in the Olympics and proposing marriage have a lot in common.