Whether you choose to select jewelry for each outfit, or make it simple and bring a capsule jewelry wardrobe, you can save some wasted untangling time and a good dose of annoyance by packing each type of jewelry properly.
A proper fit for a ring is essential. Too loose and you risk losing it. Too tight and it's uncomfortable and hard to remove. When your ring doesn't fit properly, your first thought is to get it resized.
Often, this is the safest, most permanent option. However, it's not always the best choice, and temporary solutions can be ideal under certain circumstances.
A 2019 Engagement survey done by The Knot said that 87% of engagements are planned ahead of time, while 13% are a spontaneous, day-of decision. No matter if you wing it or plan for months, there are just a few things you should consider when proposing. Avoid common proposal blunders and check out these 10 tips when planning a proposal.
In most cases, insuring an engagement ring is much more affordable than you think. Which is great, since protecting your jewelry is one of the best things you can do to safeguard yourself from unnecessary heartache (and financial hardship).
So, how much does it cost to insure an engagement ring?