How To Prepare For A Marriage Proposal

Discuss Your Future

There are many details in developing your life plans with your significant other. You and your partner must discuss where you’d both like to be financially in your careers, personal goals, having a family and many other opportunities down the road.

Receive The Parent's Blessing


Sit down with their parents and let them in on the exciting news. The parents must know about your love for their daughter.  Explain why you feel now is the time to move the relationship to the next level and follow it by asking for their blessing.

Save Up To Find The Perfect Engagement Ring


Decide what you’re comfortable spending on a beautiful engagement ring. Your partner will be wearing this ring every day for the rest of their life, so get an understanding of what they love! There is a lot to take into account purchasing a diamond engagement ring. There are countless variables that affect beauty, quality and cost. These include the "4Cs". Color, Clarity, Carat Weight and Cut. 

Come Up With A Plan

Timing is everything. Make sure your proposal comes at a time that makes the moment absolutely perfect. Romance doesn't have to be expensive as long as you make it personal. If your partner's friends or family are a big part of their life, consider involving them in the planning process or even the proposal itself. The effort you put into the proposal will show your partner what they can expect from you for the rest of your lives.

Eye Contact. Relax. Take Your Time. 


Having eye contact with your partner is the most important thing. It shows you mean it. It displays your confidence. Even if you stumble over your words continue to relax and take your time. 

After The "Yes"


This is the one moment that belongs only to you both. Make it last. Enjoy the moment and appreciate it. It is one of those memories that will stay with you for the rest of your life. This is the most intimate memory that you will ever experience.