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By Jessica VandenHouten of Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company
The stress of picking out the perfect engagement ring, purchasing it, and then mustering up the courage to propose can make men a nervous wreck. It makes perfect sense why the proposal brings so much pressure. Especially since the precious ring is often coming next in line after the house and car in terms of most valuable household assets. That is a lot to lose!
Proposals gone bad
We all heard the horror stories of proposals going horribly wrong. The guy who arranged for a hot air balloon ride and watched the ring plummet to the ground just has he was about to propose…. The guy who thought it would be romantic to ask for her hand while boating, only to have the ring sink to the bottom of the lake before she could say yes…. The guy who proposed at a clam bake on the beach who wound up digging, and digging, and digging for the diamond ring that would never be found.
If you’re thinking about proposing soon, here are 10 tips to help you get from the store to the proposal with your ring intact.
Following these tips will help assure that your proposal story has a happy ending and you’ll share fond memories with your loved one for years to come. Here’s to hoping your proposal goes off without a hitch!
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