Six months ago, my younger sister married her best friend in a beautiful, church ceremony. I was one of the four bridesmaids in her wedding. The bridesmaid dresses were short and black. The shoulders and backs of the dresses were made out of black lace. Because my sister’s color scheme was red and black, she decided to purchase all of her bridesmaids a gorgeous, ruby necklace to wear with their black dresses. These sterling silver necklaces contained ruby beads and crosses made out of white topaz stones. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best kinds of ruby jewelry items to buy the bridesmaids in your upcoming wedding. Enjoy!
If you are looking for an engagement ring, then you have a lot of different ways you can go about deciding which one you want to get to propose. You can learn about some of the different ways other people go when it comes to purchasing an engagement ring by reading the rest of the information offered here.
Take your fiance-to-be right shopping
If it's no secret that you and your partner are soon going to be engaged, then you can go ring shopping with them. This way, you will know that you will be proposing with a ring that they love, because they will have hand-picked it. You will also know that the ring will fit right on their finger when you propose because they will have already tried it on and had it resized if it needed to be resized.
Take the best friend ring shopping
If you want to pop the question in a surprise fashion, then the next best thing to taking your partner ring shopping for engagement rings may be to take their best friend. Their best friend can help you to choose a ring that is a style they will likely really like. You can also have their best friend find out what size of ring they wear. The best friend can use any number of sneaky ways to do this, from asking to try on a ring they are wearing on their other ring finger, to going through their jewelry box with your partner while they are visiting. In fact, there is even a good chance that the best friend already knows your partner's ring size because they may even share jewelry with one another.
Get good at quizzing your partner
If you are going to be doing the ring shopping on your own, then you want to start working on determining important preferences your partner has which can help you to figure out which engagement ring you should go with. Start by paying attention to the jewelry they already wear. Do they tend to prefer one type of gemstone? If so, you may want to incorporate that gemstone into the ring. Do they prefer small and simple jewelry, or big and flashy jewelry? Pay close attention to the shapes of the gemstones on their favorite rings. You want to get them a ring that has a diamond in a shape they prefer. Also, make sure you know whether they prefer yellow gold, white gold, or another type of metal as you definitely want to get them a ring in their preferred metal.Share