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Holidays, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, are the most popular time for engagements. There are several ways to ask your true love to marry you, but before you pop the engagement question there are also several dos and don’ts that you should consider before proposing. Holiday Engagement: Do’s and Don’ts Do’s It is important that you think carefully about how, where and when you plan to propose. Women vary in how they feel about being asked in front of others and your girlfriend may prefer the moment to be special between the two of you as opposed to Read More →

  WeddingWire, a company that offers technology support for the wedding industry, estimates that a third of all proposals take place between Thanksgiving and New Years Day. Jewelers and the wedding industry know the holidays to be a remarkably romantic time of year and push to get buyers to close on an engagement ring. Holiday Savings: Get a Steal of a Deal on an Engagement Ring You might think that the increased demand would make it impossible to find a deal on an engagement ring, but armed with the right knowledge you can still discover great savings. Learn these 3 Read More →

Did you know that December is the most popular month to get engaged? Maybe its just the mistletoe, but proposing during the holidays has caught on big. Here are 4 trends to take into account when considering a holiday engagement. Holiday Engagement Trends A quarter of all women think the proposal is more important than the wedding. The man probably won’t be planning too much of the ceremony so this is a good time for him to make his mark on the marriage. 50 percent of women would rather the money be spent on the ring and not the proposal. Read More →

It’s difficult getting engaged around the holidays. Between all of the family drama and stress of gift shopping, it’s easy to get caught up and forget some of the most common engagement rules. Here are the dos and don’ts of proposing around the holidays. The Dos and Don’ts of Holiday Wedding Proposals Do announce your engagement in front of the group – what better way to spread holiday cheer? Don’t make a big announcement if anyone there is sensitive to the issue of engagement, like an older sister who’s been dying to get engaged herself or a recently divorced relative. Read More →