Thursday, May 25, 2017

Time and energy into buying the perfect ring

"With engagement ring spend on the rise, we're seeing men put more thought, time and energy into buying the perfect ring and creating a more memorable proposal," said Kellie Gould, Editor in Chief of The Knot. "Believe it or not, brides are taking an active role in their engagement, too. In fact, more brides than ever are researching what they want in a ring and dropping hints to their husband-to-be. Our study even reveals that a majority of brides know the cost of their engagement ring."

As a leader in proposal planning, The Knot is the go-to source for soon-to-be engaged couples and acknowledges "Proposal Season," (November through February), when 38% of couples get engaged. The Knot has launched The Ultimate Guide to Getting Engaged at TheKnot.com/proposal featuring expert-driven advice, content and inspirational imagery for everything one needs to know about getting engaged, from a ring buying guide to proposal etiquette and much more. Additionally, The Knot is celebrating Proposal Season with a sweepstakes in which recently engaged couples can share their proposal story and be entered for a chance to win a grand prize including NFL Super Bowl or Pro Bowl tickets, a wedding gown from Allure Bridals, a three-day and two-night weddingmoon "test-drive" at a Sandals or Beaches Resort, $5,000 toward custom wedding bands from Simon G. Jewelry, and a $1,000 American Express gift card from Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company. There will be five runner-up prize packages awarded.

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-top-10-trends-for-proposals-and-wedding-jewelry-revealed-by-the-knot-2015-jewelry--engagement-study-300191458.html

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