Saturday, February 25, 2012

Pull Off The Perfect Marriage Proposal

A lot of people may argue that there is no such thing as perfect, but it is certainly possible to come very close to it. Now it is also said that “Practice makes perfect”, or near perfect, well you know what I mean, let’s just say that it will definitely increase your chances of achieving your desired results. If this is so, and you are, say, a man who is at the point of his life where you feel that you are ready to settle down with the woman you love, then what you need to do is to...

Pull Off The Perfect Marriage Proposal.
As you may have deduced, you will have to put in lots of practice in order to be able execute this properly. It is a huge factor, but don’t just go practicing the wrong things! You may think that going down on one knee and saying the 4 magic words is easy, but expect things to get 10 times more difficult when you are under pressure, so you might want to repeat that gesture again and again before the big game. And by the way, it’s “Will you marry me”, not “Let’s go to Vegas”.
Practice is one thing, an while getting down on one knee and asking her to marry you might wow her, there’s still something missing. You need to be able to blow her away. Bring out the big artillery, bring out the diamond ring!

Expect this, however, to cost you a pretty penny. The average price for a diamond engagement ring is around $3,500 to $4000, and while some girls don’t care for it, there are definitely some that do, and it’s up to you to figure out what kind of girl YOUR girl is.

Now before you go through all this trouble, the very first thing you should do is to find out if your future fiancee wants to marry you AT ALL. Talk about it, it takes two to be married after all. Don’t wait until the moment of truth to get a rejection. When you propose, the answer has to be yes, and a Perfect Marriage Proposal always gets a “yes”.

May Flores is a multitasking maven who works for Brilliance Loose Diamonds. She’s able to squeeze in some freelance work between cooking up and delivering marketing material as a home-based writer for several blogs.

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