When it comes to presenting a symbol of your appreciation and emphatic ability to recreate the feeling of trust to one person that you know you’re going to spend your life with, you need to make sure that you’ve got the right engagement ring in your hand before you say those words. Not everybody goes for the expensive, ‘can’t be turned down’ option of proposal ring.
Some are looking for something affordable but at the same time recognizable and unique only for them. But how have something as perfect as this at the time you’re kneeling and ‘saying those words’? All you have to do is follow a couple of basic and logical steps.
Start from the Beginning
First thing’s first, you’ll need a design of your ring, and you can go about it in more than one way. One thing you need to decide on is how to choose a diamond for the perfect ring. The first way includes going to a jewelry shop and, presuming that you know how to describe in actual words what kind of person your partner is, explain what type of design you’re after knowing your soul mate. There is nothing wrong with this method as long as you can accurately describe what type of person your fiancée is. If not, well, I guess you’re going to have found out the hard way after you propose to her with the wrong ring.
Taking Matters in Your own Hands
Another problem that may occur here is that even in a scenario where you’ve perfectly described your soul mate, the designer doesn’t come up with a decent ring design after a while. And you’ve already wasted enough time on waiting for it in the first place so what’s the safe bet here? Well, you can always design it yourself. Everyone can scribble at least, and that vision that you transfer to paper or whatever medium you can use, perfectly describes the thought.
You only need to work on making it more obvious. So for example, if you drawing skills aren’t exactly for bragging, you can add words and express your thoughts differently. Add small notes to your sketch, explaining what each part of your perfect engagement ring concept looks like close up. Add material as well and even more important information like diamond cut and height of crown if using diamond as addition to your concept. Just focus on expressing your feelings rather than giving the “right look” to it, when designing your engagement ring.