Shining Love: The Fascinating World of Engagement Rings
Are you thinking of taking that monumental step to propose to the love of your life? If so, you are likely to commit and considering to get an engagement ring.
It might become confusing, diamond engagement ring, coloured stone engagement ring, custom engagement ring, rose gold engagement ring. Overwhelming? This is why we take a step back.
Let’s delve into the world of these sparkly symbols of love, their intriguing history, and when most proposals happen.
A Sparkling History
Just in case you are into a bit of history, you could even add a little of it into your proposal. Engagement rings have a history dating back over 2,000 years. The tradition of giving a ring to signify engagement can be traced to ancient Rome, where a ring symbolized a promise of marriage. In 1477, Archduke Maximilian of Austria gave Mary of Burgundy a diamond ring, starting the tradition of diamond engagement rings.
The Most Popular Proposal Times
When do you think would be the best time to propose? Or is there a season to propose? Engagement season is a real thing! While proposals can happen at any time, certain periods of the year see far more declarations of love. The festive season, especially between autumn and New Year’s, is a romantic and popular time for proposals. Summer, with its warm weather and holiday time, is another favourite time for getting engaged.
Engagement rings hold a special place in our hearts as a symbol of love, commitment, and the promise of a beautiful future together. Whether you’re planning a holiday proposal or choosing a unique ring that tells your love story, remember that we are here to assist and would give you any advice needed, just contact us.
For now, we hope our little intro has given you a glimpse into the world of engagement rings and has ignited your enthusiasm for your upcoming proposal. Wishing you all the happiness and love on your journey! 💍💕
Forthcoming, we will go a bit deeper into the world of engagement rings and give you tips to help you find and chose the “one” – the engagement ring for your fiance to be