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How to choose the perfect engagement ring?

The choice of engagement ring is very important: it is the symbol of commitment and true love, it is what seals the desire between two people to be together for life.

Follow my advice in this article on how to choose the perfect engagement ring to give your beloved a magical moment.

How to choose the perfect engagement ring: an important step that will impress her

Here I am guys and sorry for the absence these days. 

Did you miss me? 

December is just around the corner and with it comes the magic of Christmas celebrations, presents under the Christmas tree, family dinners, and the desire for super romantic moments like proposing and surprising her with the ring of her dreams.

I would like to say that this year we are all aware that it will be a special year, but I am convinced that this is the year to dream big, even bigger. We need to get excited, to look to the future with confidence and love. And if you are thinking of making the fateful marriage proposal, don’t give up because it will be even more exciting, romantic and involving. 

This is a promise.

How to choose the perfect engagement ring

But back to us. 

Before I give you a little advice on choosing the perfect ring, I think it is interesting to give you a little trivia first. 

Did you know that according to the ancient Egyptians and Romans, the left ring finger had a special significance? Even the Greeks, who were the first to wear engagement rings, wore them on their left ring finger. At that time it was believed that a vein leading directly to the heart, the so-called vena amoris, started from the left ring finger.

The engagement ring on the left ring finger has retained its symbolic meaning to this day: the direct connection to the heart, the centre of all feelings of love.

Of course, there are no rules on how to wear it. If, for example, the partner prefers to wear the engagement ring on the right, this still counts as a symbol of love!

Ah, love.

Every year many guys ask me for style advice and how to choose the perfect engagement ring for her. Ah so much emotion behind choosing a ring!

Solitaire? Trilogy? Family ring? These and other questions plague the bride and groom-to-be. Don’t panic! 

Here are 3 little tips for you on how to choose an engagement ring.

They may seem like simple tips, but they are not. 

1. Never forget her personality.  

Guys who better than you to know her! You know by now every corner of her character, how often she cries when she watches the movie Pretty Woman (I know, she’s seen it 100 times already, but what can you do, we women are like that!), the colours she likes, how she gets emotional when you hug her. These are nuances that only you can know and believe me when I say that it is not to be underestimated at all. 

But if you are still not convinced, here is another piece of advice for you: 

 2. Listen to what she likes when she talks to her friends.

Pay close attention to what really makes her heart beat, watch her expression or how her eyes sparkle when she talks to her friends about the colour of the cashmere jumper she saw in the shop window or the beauty of that pair of shoes (there can never be enough shoes for a woman!) or how excited she got reading the latest book. 

Still haven’t convinced you? Last and most important piece of advice: 

3. Only follow your heart. 

Yes guys, it will be such a special moment that the ring will only frame your masterpiece of love. If you follow your heart on how to choose an engagement ring, you will never go wrong because your feelings will guide you in your choice of ring and without you realising it, you will have the perfect ring in your pocket and, when you are standing in front of her, kneeling down and with your little box in your hand, you will say your speech with passion and with the knowledge that you will experience a moment that you will remember for the rest of your life. 

Have a good marriage proposal. 

I look forward to your comments and your “Will you marry me?” 


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