Planning to Propose?
Let Perfect Ring show you how to make sure the answer you hear is a ‘Yes’!
Proposing to your significant other will become one of the defining moments of your life. The moment that your partner said – hopefully! – ‘Yes’ to becoming your husband or wife will be one of your most romantic occasions. Everyone will want to know where, and how, you popped the question, and you’ll want to have a great story to tell! Therefore, you’ll want the moment to be absolutely perfect.
There are many things to consider. Your proposal has to be done in the right manner, with the right words and, not least, in the right location. You want to make sure you hear that ‘Yes’!
Fortunately, at WeddingHour, we’re delighted to share with you this infographic by Perfect Ring (www.perfectring.ie). Brought to life in October 2015, the infographic recommends ten perfect places for popping that all-important question.
Some all-time favourites are included, such as the Empire State Building, the Trevi Fountain and, of course, Venice. However, there are also a few alternative suggestions if you’re thinking of somewhere a little different to pop the question. Have you considered the stunning Boracay beach in the Philippines? Or the sun-kissed Oia in the Greek paradise of Santorini?
If you’re not sure where you should get down on one knee and produce that beautiful ring, this infographic is sure to provide you with inspiration.
Perfect Ring have also provided you with some interesting statistics about marriage proposals, including the most popular dates for engagements and the best ways to word that all-important question.
Thank you to Perfect Ring for sharing their infographic with us here at WeddingHour. To find out more about Perfect Ring, an online search site to find the jewellery to pop the question with, simply visit www.perfectring.ie or contact Martin Commins: email@example.com
How did you propose? Where did you decide to pop the questions? We’d love to hear your engagement stories! Share them with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.