'Tis the season to get engaged

  • 'Tis the season to get engaged


    Perhaps it’s the contagious festive spirit, or perhaps it’s the warm fuzzy feeling in your belly from all the mulled wine and delicious food. Either way, you have found ‘the one’ and have decided it’s time to pop the question; what better time to do it than when the magic of Christmas is in the air, filled with cosy nights and celebrating with your loved ones.

    If you are planning to pop the all important question this Christmas, there are a few things to consider to create the most magical experience for your bride to be. At Michael Spiers, we have the expertise and experience to help you make the perfect decision.

    Keep it a surprise!

    It can be very difficult to keep such a big secret under wraps, especially when you’re no doubt bursting with excitement and maybe even nerves! However, just remember that the less people that know, the less likely it will be for her to find out and ruin the whole surprise.

    Choose the right ring

    Choosing your ring can seem like a daunting prospect and at Michael Spiers we have over 60 years of experience in helping people make their perfect choice.

    It’s important when choosing a ring that you don’t just select something based on the popularity or price; the ring you choose will signify how much you care as well as showing how well you know her.  Remember, this is something she will wear for the rest of her life, so you want to make sure it is something you will both love.

    Whether you’re looking for a sparkling diamond or an exquisite gemstone, our experienced team will take you on a journey to help you choose the ring of her dreams. If you haven’t seen exactly what you want, our team of experts will work with you to design and create your very own engagement ring.

    The perfect moment

    The festive season is packed with opportunities to pop the question and everyday is filled with excitement and magic, even if you’re grown-up! Take into consideration your bride to be’s personality when deciding on ‘the perfect moment’; if she is a shy and quiet person she may prefer a more intimate proposal. Whether it’s whilst you’re decorating your Christmas tree, or even a candlelit dinner at home by the fire on Christmas Eve.

    For those who are wanting a more public affair you could take a visit to watch the Christmas lights, or even go ice skating one evening. When the moment is right, drop down on one knee and ask the big question.  These are just some ideas, but remember to tailor your proposal to your bride to be.

    And breathe!

    You will no doubt put a lot of pressure on yourself to ‘get it right’, however it’s not the end of the world if it doesn’t all go to plan, the most important thing is you and your loved one are engaged! Just relax, take a deep breath and put on a smile.

    Now that you have some ideas it’s time to get cracking, Christmas isn’t that far away!

    24/11/2017 14:06:04