If you’ve found the love of your life and the pair of you have decided you just can’t live without the other, it’s time to get everything in order for the perfect proposal! Be sure to personalize and plan the proposal, then go ahead and go for it. These four steps can help guide you through the entire process.
Meet Bob and Cindy Murphy! Read their sweet JTS engagement story below. You don’t want to miss this one. Cindy, thank you for your service!
The “something borrowed” item in the wedding tradition of something old, new, borrowed and blue, represents the eternal bond you share with your family and friends, and how they’ll always be there if you need support anytime down the line.
Here are a few ideas from our ebook: Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue: A Guide for Those About to Say ‘I Do'”.
The “something blue” actually used to be the wedding dress, as it wasn’t until Queen Victoria donned her white gown that white become the color of choice. Blue wedding gowns had been all the rage as far back as the ancient Romans, when brides wore blue to symbolize purity, faithfulness, modesty and loyalty.
Here are a few of our ideas for your “something blue”:
“Something New” seems a bit easier when it comes to adhering to this age-old tradition. However, we still have you covered with some items that can count as your “new” for your wedding day!
Read more about these wedding day traditions and ideas in our ebook: “Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue: A Guide for Those About to Say ‘I Do”.
As you prepare for you wedding day, here’s a sneak peak at some of what our ebook “Something Old, New, Borrowed and Blue: A Guide for Those About to Say ‘I Do'” includes for your “something borrowed”.
Meet our friends, Tanner and Lauren, who recently got engaged! Read their JTS story below and send them congratulations!
Colorless diamonds have traditionally been the go-to gem for engagement rings, but nothing says all brides-to-be have to stick with tradition. A striking variety of colored gemstones are at your service, ready to give your ring a personalized pop. We picked 10 of our favorite colored gemstones you can use in the traditional diamond’s place for an eye-catching dash of style.
When you are looking for an engagement ring, there are a number of things to consider. One of those is the type of metal you want the ring to be made from.
An experienced jeweler will be able to help you fit your diamond to your setting, and will also be able to give you the information you need about the various metals that make up most engagement rings.
Your engagement ring should be a reflection of your individual personalities, as well as your relationship. No two people are alike; therefore, no two relationships are identical. So how do you avoid the well-worn path of engagement rings, choosing a piece that is a true representation of your one of a kind love? Don’t be afraid to explore options in metal colors, stone settings, and stone colors to customize your ring.
Choose the wrong engagement ring, and life could become a bit … tricky. Picking out a ring might seem like an easy chore, but an engagement ring is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to show her how much you really care.
Where do you even begin?
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