Grass Valley, CA (PRWEB) February 3, 2006
This Valentine's Day, thousands of people all over the world will be gearing up to pop the big question to their loved ones. Now Titanium Rings Studio, who know a little bit about romance themselves, are offering their tips on how to get it right – and they're even offering a free wedding band along with the advice:
1. Pick the right setting – and no, we're not just talking about the setting of that diamond ring you'll be buying! It's important to make sure that you choose a venue which is private enough for you to get the question out without having to either shout to be heard, or feel like you're starring in your own personal movie, complete with audience!
2. Don't do it over dinner. Your nerves will spoil the meal, and we all know that dining out on Valentine's Day can be a little less than romantic when you find yourself crammed in with a hundred other "romantic" couples. If you must propose in a restaurant, ask the maitre de for a quiet corner and do it before your meal arrives: if you're lucky, you may even get a bottle of champagne on the house.
3. Get the right ring. Yes, diamonds are a girl's best friend, but most girls will have a preference for the type of diamond they want – and some may not even want diamonds at all. Avoid disappointment by sounding her out before you buy : browse the selection at http://www.tirings.com for inspiration. Remember, some people are allergic to certain metals – if that's the case a titanium ring may be your best bet.
4. Make sure it's a surprise. It's tempting to drop hints about what you're planning, but even if you've discussed marriage already (and if you're about to propose, you really should have!), it's still nice to be surprised. Don't spoil it by giving the game away – and don't tell anyone what you're planning!
5. Let her know you mean it. On the other hand, why just give her one ring, when you can give her two – for the same price? Engagement rings are enduring symbols of love and commitment, but there's no greater commitment than a wedding band, which is the strongest statement of all. Titanium Rings Studio are currently offering a free titanium wedding band with every purchase over $200, so you can propose with an engagement ring, and then give her a wedding band too, to prove you really mean it. Visit http://www.tirings.com for more information.
1. Titanium Rings Studio specialise in making the finest wedding and engagement rings in titanium, which is fast-becoming one of the most popular ring-materials around
2. The free ring offer is open to anyone who spends more than $200. For more details, visit http://www.tirings.com/free-ring-giveaway.php