Happy National Proposal Day! For all the couples that have gotten recently engaged, has there been any love songs stuck in your head? When you are in love, those happy love songs can make you smile.
Just look at this groom as he surprises his beautiful bride with a song on their wedding day, 27 Miracles loves a good surprise!
Maybe the song, “I Do” by Colbie Caillat, can sum up all your romantic feelings towards your fiance. This upbeat song explains the feeling of being in love, knowing you’ve found the one. It’s about being ready to say I do and get married.
Are you ready to take the journey and marry the love of your life? This just might be the perfect song for you.
Sometimes we at 27 Miracles don’t always get to meet our clients before the big question is popped( although we get the cal the next day ) But in preparation for the upcoming Valentine’s Day Season, we know a lot of girls get engaged during this time. Rosie Moore, Master Bridal Consultant for 27 Miracles found this article from AAWP to be informative for guys shopping for their girlfriends’ ring. Happy Shopping!!!
The “Make” and YOUR Diamond Engagement Ring: What YOU Need To Know BEFORE Purchase!
Hi AAWPs: What is the biggest investment you’re going to make when it comes to your wedding? And I mean investment. or the one item that you’re going to purchase that may actually gain in value over the years and become a life-long treasure, keepsake, or even heirloom? That item is your diamond engagement ring.
Most American women receive diamonds when they become engaged, so it’s critical that you learn all you can about diamonds before you purchase one. We’re always amazed by brides-to-be who say: “I’m looking for a great diamond, with minimal inclusions (in other words, flaws) and great color.” And our retort is: “What about the “make”?” Let us explain. A diamond may be flawless with the greatest color possible, but if the make is bad, it will appear dull and lifeless, like a piece of paste. That’s why “make” is the most important factor to consider when purchasing the most beautiful diamond you can afford. The make is the cut, proportioning and finish of a diamond. and if the make is poor, you’ll make a poor purchase.
Tiffany’s in its How to Buy a Diamond brochure says, “A word of caution: Few diamonds are properly cut. The vast majority are spread.” This means that the stone has been cut to appear bigger, with a big downside. As Tiffany’s states, “Beauty and brilliance are sacrificed for size and the customer is unknowingly paying for this extra padding. ” In other words, folks, you’re being ripped off So don’t forget to ask your jeweler that all important question. How’s the “make”? Then let him/her explain whether the stone’s been cut for brilliance and beauty. or whether it’s spread? As an educated consumer, it’s up to you to know the difference!
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Sometimes you don’t even have to wait until you say your wedding vows to show your future wife or husband that you love them anyway, in sickness and in health. That is what 27 Miracles wedding couple Rebecca and Jonathan proved.
Rebecca and Jonathan sent us their engagement story:
“We went on a Disney cruise with my best friends, Lydia and Grace, and my parents. I had caught a cold from my dad and was just getting over it. I didn’t feel like doing much because I was not feeling my best. When the ship stopped at Disney’s Castaway Cay, Jon asked me to go for a walk ashore. I was unsure if to go or not because I didn’t want to leave the girls by themselves but they said they would be fine.
Jon wanted to spend some time with me and we decided to go to Serenity Bay Beach. I noticed Lydia and Grace( my best friends) were following us after they said they would stay behind on the ship. After a while they joined us and when we got to the beach, it was empty. The girls started looking for shells and Jon and I walked down the beach.
We sat down enjoyed the view and each other’s company. Then Jon lead me down toward the water and told me how much he loved me. He said he wanted to spend the rest of his life with me. He got down on one knee and asked “Will you marry me?” And I said yes!”
So as you see despite the bad cold that Rebecca had it did not stop Jonathan from making his pitch perfect proposal happen on that day!
Rebecca and Jonathan will be married on December 21, 2013, the first day of Winter. Although in Florida we don’t anticipate a blizzard snow, just hoping for beautiful weather for this outdoor wedding ceremony.
Recently the couple went to Spencerville, Ohio and decided to do their engagement photos with the help of Morgan Jenkins of Daelight Photography. The day that Rebecca and Jonathan did their engagement session, Rebecca told us that it was freezing. By the end of the day, it was so cold that the camera stopped working. But as you can see they made the most of the cold weather and had fun!
Gentlemen, how about proposing like this to your special lady? October is designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, However Breast Cancer does not just come around in October. It is all year round 24/7. Having said that 27 Miracles wants to let you know that they have the Angela Nuran Shoes available for purchase and with each shoe that is purchased, we will donate part of the proceeds to Brides Against Breast Cancer http://www.bridesabc.org/
Contact us today at 407-905-5454 or email@example.com to purchase yrou shoes today.
If you are a groom to be and would like assistance with coordinating this special proposal, give us a call and we can arrange that for you to make this a moment to treasure 407-905-5454